Electrification is Shaping the Future
The electric vehicle market has seen many false dawns, but an electrified future for vehicle transportation is now within reach, according to a report by Strategy Analytics. The report forecasts that 40% of all cars sold across the globe in 2027 will be electrified, rising to over 95% by 2050. This change, coupled with a growing trend for a centralized vehicle architecture, demands a smaller number of more highly powered processors with many incorporating the demands of advanced motion control systems.
Arm technology is enabling the real-time, efficient, safe compute needed for current and future powertrain systems. Click the hotspots to explore our recommended products for a variety of applications across your automotive powertrain, including battery management systems, on-board chargers and traction motor controllers.
Powering the Road to Cleaner, Smarter Vehicles
It’s important to fully understand the requirements of different types of engines, whether it’s a fully electric powertrain, conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) or a hybrid. So, how is Arm powering these different types of vehicles today and how will we continue to power them in the future? Read our blog from James Scobie, Arm senior product manager, to find out.
Powertrain Electrification with STMicroelectronics
The evolution of vehicle architectures into centralized systems introduces new challenges. This evolution includes the integration of electrification features into powertrains, whether hybrid or fully electric. Arm and our ecosystem of partners are well placed to address these challenges. Find out how STMicroelectronics are implementing Arm IP to enable real-time virtualization for powertrain, smart gateway, and domain controllers.
The Cortex-M family is Arm's smallest and lowest power suite of CPUs, designed to enable developers to create cost-sensitive and power-constrained solutions, ideal for a broad range of powertrain applications.
With real-time deterministic control, the Arm Cortex-R processor series offers reliable, safe, high-performance computing solutions for powertrain and motion control domain controllers, including battery management systems, onboard chargers and traction motors.
Software Test Libraries
Arm's Software Test Libraries provide diagnostic coverage to address functional safety requirements for ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 systems, with flexible execution scheduling minimizing the run-time impact on applications.
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