Category: Automotive


The democratisation of technology is a remarkable thing. What is exclusive and special one day is seemingly everywhere the next. It’s commonly known as the pace of change and for the most part, it’s a good thing. This is especially true in the world of automotive. What used to be the preserve of high-end vehicles quickly trickles down to regular … Continued

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You know that future everyone keeps talking about – the one with powerful AI, reusable space rockets and flying cars. Well, it’s sort of happening. We have intelligent speakers that can tell us the weather, new rockets launching and (mostly) coming back to earth and in China, manned tests of passenger drones are taking place. So while some may be … Continued

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Over the last few years the concept of virtualization – separating software from the hardware on which it is run – has become familiar to many. In this post, we will describe what virtualization is, and look how it works in PowerVR GPUs, and explain how this provides great benefits to various markets, in particular to automotive. On desktops, virtualization … Continued

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The automotive market is one of the most exciting sectors in the technology ecosystem, and as a result the industry is constantly fluctuating and evolving in order to keep at the forefront of new technology. This means the underlying hardware which powers the system must not only deliver great performance but must also be versatile. The automotive industry is a … Continued

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These days we seem to take it for granted how powerful and sophisticated computers have become. We can talk to our phones and our Bluetooth speakers and they will respond with context-aware information; in certain cars you can take your hands off the wheel and let yourself be carried down the road by electronics, and we can share messages and … Continued

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HMI design for embedded systems At Embedded World in Nuremberg this week, the team from Socionext and Socionext Embedded Software Austria are on hand in the Imagination stand (#4-629) to demonstrate the new SC1810 SoC, which uses a PowerVR Series8XE GPU. This first integration of a PowerVR Series8XE GPU in a sampled SoC represents a further evolution in both features … Continued

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No one can have failed to notice that the rate of technological change in the automotive world is accelerating fast. While technology has for some years now increased car safety in the form of ABS, traction control and airbags, it’s only relatively recently that more advanced technology has started to be introduced and, in some cases, become standard. These systems … Continued

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If you’re tired of all the noise around the U.S. election the initials CNN are probably not what you want to be seeing right now. However, in our upcoming webinar CNNs are exactly what we’ll be talking about. However, in this case, by CNN we are referring to convolutional neural networks, which are set to be a key tool in enabling … Continued

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