How to Make AVs a Reality with Arm
Arm works closely with the automotive industry to understand the challenges of delivering autonomous vehicles and has developed new solutions to help power the production of fully autonomous vehicles at scale. This guide is packed with information, including:
- The seven main challenges impacting the mass deployment of autonomous vehicles
- How Arm can help you develop successful autonomous systems
- Details on Arm technology and products for autonomous vehicles
Reliability, manufacturing, and broad safety and security challenges stand in the way of moving autonomous cars from prototype to production. For the industry to achieve Level 4 / 5 autonomous that is truly deployable at scale, automotive solutions require an exponential advance in power, cost, efficiency and most importantly, safety.
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A Head-Start on Safety
The Arm Safety Ready program
The Arm Safety Ready program is a collection of products across the Arm portfolio that have been through various and rigorous levels of functional safety systematic flows and development. It includes our latest collection of Automotive Enhanced IP specifically designed for automotive applications. Customers can be confident that they are receiving reliable functional safety through consistent documentation, processes, and features. The Arm Safety Ready program helps reduce risk and accelerate time to market while fast-tracking the project’s certification phase.
Autonomous and ADAS with Brodmann17
Discover how Arm's Automotive Enhanced CPUs, part of the Arm Safety Ready portfolio, are an excellent baseline for the Brodmann17 software and learn how this synergy provides scalable robust perception.
Automotive Enhanced (AE) means that the Arm solution is uniquely designed for automotive applications with attributes targeting specific automotive use cases.
The World’s First Autonomous-Class Processor with Integrated Safety
The Cortex-A76AE is based on the Cortex-A76 design. It is a superscalar, out-of-order processor that delivers similar levels of performance as the Cortex-A76 across integer, floating point, memory, and machine learning, and achieves similar levels of energy efficiency. The Cortex-A76AE differs in microarchitectural upgrades for functional safety and added application flexibility.
Arm's First Multithreaded Processor with Integrated Safety
The Arm Cortex-A65AE offers multithreaded Automotive Enhanced Cortex-A CPU technology to deliver the highest safety levels with Dual Core Lock-Step (DCLS). It scales up to eight cores in a single cluster and supports Split-Lock for mixed-criticality automotive applications. The thermally efficient Cortex-A65AE is designed for high-throughput workloads, such as sensor fusion in autonomous driving and vision in ADAS.
Learn more about how Arm technology can power the entire connected autonomous vehicle.
Arm partners offer technologies to service the compute needs of the whole car, including advanced driver assistance and autonomous systems. These partners provide facilitate the efficient development of automotive solutions with silicon and software products.