Automotive

We support our clients, leaders of the automotive domain, in developing and adapting their business through software solutions. Our integrated approach, backed by deep industry knowledge, contributes to ideas making their way to the new mobility era.

Advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) applications are the fastest growing segment of the automotive electronics market with an expected growth rate of more than 10% per year, reaching $62.7 billion by 2024 (Variant Market Research, Global ADAS Market Report).

System architectures are evolving rapidly, taking advantage of advanced FinFET technologies to integrate complex functions for lowest cost and power.

Traditionally, the electronic control units (ECUs) for individual ADAS applications have been placed throughout the car, with the forward collision avoidance ECU located in the windshield, park assist ultrasonic sensors throughout and the processor in the rear.

ECUs integrate multiple ADAS applications into centralized domains to combine ADAS functions. The new class of integrated domain controller ECUs utilize data transferred from the car’s remote sensors such as cameras, LiDARs, radar, and ultrasonics to the integrated domain controller for processing by a high-performance ADAS system-on-chip (SoC).

Centralized, integrated ADAS domain controllers require higher computing performance in a smaller footprint, while consuming less power, compared to distributed systems.

Electric Drive is Now

Electric Drive Is Now

Engage with the Digital Cockpit

Engage with the Digital Cockpit

Safety First for Self-Driving Cars

Safety First for Self-Driving Cars

Telematics Advancements

Telematics Advancements

Validation by Robots

Validation by Robots

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