As the number of vehicle functions controlled by electronics steadily increases, so does the requirement for processing power. This need has made traditional single-core processors largely inadequate to power modern automotive system architecture. However, making the switch over to multi-core processors for the automotive industry is not without its challenges – highlighting the need for greater industry collaboration to improve scalability, integration and other issues.
Join us on April 25-27 for the 2017 Automotive Multi-core Developer Conference hosted by Infineon Technologies.
Local OEM executives from Ford Motor Company and General Motors will discuss multi-core challenges in the automotive field and innovative solutions. Also planned is a series of technical sessions where industry specialists will provide expert advice on new multi-core standards, trends and solutions.
You can expect to learn more about:
The factors driving higher performance in automotive applications
The migration from single to multi-core architecture: challenges and best practices
Multi-core tools and building blocks that will help simplify and speed up your development
Future trends: a glimpse into the future of automotive multicore programming
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experts from Detroit and network with your local automotive engineering community.