ADAS and autonomous driving innovation virtual summit

Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, Senior Partner, Roland Berger | LinkedIn

Richard Cannon, Compute & Storage Group Manager EMEA, Microchip Technology | LinkedIn

Mike Jones, Senior Manager, Product Marketing - Automotive Ethernet, Microchip Technology | LinkedIn

Chet Babla, VP Automotive Business, Arm | LinkedIn

Virtual Summit. Ten Webinars. Two Days.

Can’t attend a session live? No problem. Register anyway, and we’ll send you a link to the slides and a video of each webinar after it has finished.

The global market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) will grow from US$27bn to US$83bn over the next decade, according to a recent study, as stakeholders seek to increase vehicle and pedestrian safety, and continue along the path to autonomous driving.

This virtual summit will bring together the world’s leading experts to help you understand the technologies and trends that are shaping the evolution of ADAS, and the role it will play in the quest for Level 5.

By registering, you’ll gain free access to all ten webinars, each of which will feature a presentation followed by a question and answer session. We’ll keep you informed of the webinar topics and presenters as and when they are confirmed, and you’ll also receive the slides and a video recording after each webinar has finished.


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Schedule

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Webinar 1: Title tbc
Time: 4am Detroit | 10am Stuttgart | 1.30pm Mumbai | 5pm Tokyo

Presentation by Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, Senior Partner, Roland Berger
Time: 5am Detroit | 11am Stuttgart | 2.30pm Mumbai | 6pm Tokyo

Presentation by AVL
Time: 9am Detroit | 3pm Stuttgart | 6.30pm Mumbai | 10pm Tokyo

Presentation by Dow
Time: 10am Detroit | 4pm Stuttgart | 7.30pm Mumbai | 11pm Tokyo

Webinar 5: Title tbc
Time: 11am Detroit | 5pm Stuttgart | 8.30pm Mumbai | 12am Tokyo (+1 day)


Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Webinar 6: Title tbc
Time: 4am Detroit | 10am Stuttgart | 1.30pm Mumbai | 5pm Tokyo

Webinar 7: Title tbc
Time: 5am Detroit | 11am Stuttgart | 2.30pm Mumbai | 6pm Tokyo

Presentation by Vayyar
Time: 9am Detroit | 3pm Stuttgart | 6.30pm Mumbai | 10pm Tokyo

INTER-PROCESSOR CONNECTIVITY FOR FUTURE CENTRALIZED VEHICLE COMPUTER PLATFORMS
Time: 10am Detroit | 4pm Stuttgart | 7.30pm Mumbai | 11pm Tokyo

PCIe is the de-facto physical layer interface available in almost all processors used in central vehicle computers. The introduction of PCIe switching provides the best solution for meeting the inter-processor connectivity requirements within a central computer.

Automotive Ethernet provides the best solution for next-generation in-vehicle networks, connecting centralized computers and ECUs.

In this session, Microchip‘s Mike Jones and Richard Cannon discuss PCIe and automotive Ethernet’s critical role in creating complete end-to-end centralized computer platform architectures for ADAS and other connected vehicle technologies.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • The next-generation vehicle is a “data centre on wheels.” CPU, MPU, GPU, NAD, SoC, Accelerators, Storage – all natively wanting to communicate PCIe!
  • PCIe switches connect all processors within the central computer, meeting the connectivity bandwidth demands whilst enabling platform modularity, scalability, secure design partitioning and bridging to the Ethernet domain.
  • Ethernet provides the vehicle network, transferring sensor data and timing to all devices in the central computer.

INNOVATION AT THE INTERSECTION OF HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE WILL DRIVE THE FUTURE OF SAFE AND AFFORDABLE MOBILITY
Time: 11am Detroit | 5pm Stuttgart | 8.30pm Mumbai | 12am Tokyo (+1 day)

The software-defined vehicle is becoming a reality. In parallel to this revolution in automotive software, there is a need to address power and cost constraints while raising the computing performance for new safety use cases.

In this session, Arm‘s Chet Babla explains how innovation at the intersection of hardware and software will shape the future of safe and affordable mobility.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • How innovation is happening at the intersection of hardware and software
  • A new generation of heterogeneous high-performance silicon is emerging for higher ADAS functionality
  • Software approaches from high-performance cloud computing can help the automotive industry in this transition


Meet the experts

Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart

Senior Partner, Roland Berger

Richard Cannon

Compute & Storage Group Manager EMEA, Microchip Technology

Mike Jones

Senior Manager, Product Marketing - Automotive Ethernet, Microchip Technology

Chet Babla

VP Automotive Business, Arm