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Autonomous Vehicle Security: What Are the Design Concerns and Attack Vectors? Lonnie Harrell, Arm; Antonio Russo, Arm show more Description The automotive industry is experiencing a revolution with the progression from connected to autonomous cars. These advanced systems bring increasing demands on compute performance, safety, and the highest levels of cybersecurity to more areas of the vehicle. Delivering these increasingly complex systems requires a range of capabilities in the IP. Crucial knowledge of system vulnerabilities as well as how they can be and have been exploited is paramount to secure development. Imperative market data analyzing cybersecurity, microcontroller, processor and system requirements, and merging trends drive the evolution of cybersecurity within SoCs. This session will cover topics surrounding these vital industry concerns. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Lonnie Harrell Arm Antonio Russo Arm Building future automotive SoCs from Arm IP Tom Conway, Arm show more Description The automotive industry is undergoing a period of intense change and innovation. Arm IP is already at the heart of many SoCs within the automotive market. Arm is increasing our investment in automotive, to deliver more to our partners across ADAS / Autonomous, IVI / Cockpit, Powertrain, and Body. Come along to hear more about the various features, safety capabilities and specific products across our portfolio (CPU, ML, GPU, ISP, System IP, etc) to help with your next SoC for Automotive and how our products can help you develop innovative new products in this exciting market. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Tom Conway Arm Delivering future automotive systems Robert Day, Arm show more Description Vehicles are undergoing an intense, rapid period of innovation, much of it is enabled by Arm based processing power. The complexity and functionality of electronic systems is rapidly increasing with massive growth in software content, all required to power the next generation of connected, autonomous, electric vehicles. This panel will bring automotive industry experts together to discuss how to deliver these future automotive systems, looking at different enabling technologies and other industry trends and requirements. Topics include : safety, security, ubiquitous connectivity, power and performance for higher levels of autonomous compute processing, and new trends in cabin and driver experiences. Session Type Sponsored Session Pass Type All-Access Pass,Arm Mbed Connect Pass,Expo Floor Pass Speakers Robert Day Arm Designing & Benchmarking Best-in-class Real-Time SoCs for Autonomous Vehicles Paul Black, Arm; Eric Sondhi, Arm show more Description SoCs for autonomous vehicles demand advanced safety features alongside efficient and responsive execution. Arm IP, like the Cortex-R52, is designed from the ground up to address functional safety in systems that must deliver high performance, optimize power efficiency, and comply with the most stringent safety standards in the automotive and industrial markets. Arm's modeling solution and the FuSa-certified Arm Compiler 6 allow Partners to start their SoC architecture and benchmarking early, validating system functionality and performance. Pre-silicon performance analysis of hardware and compiler-optimized code and continuous integration enables partners with the fastest route to FuSa certification and the automotive market. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Paul Black Arm Eric Sondhi Arm Functional Safety – Where Are We Going and How Do We Get There? Harry Foster , Mentor, A Siemens Business show more Description Everything from cars to factories to the world around us is more intelligent and automated, and the decision-making is shifting from humans to machines. Semiconductors are at the center of this innovation.The concept of functional safety is not new, but with the move to autonomous driving, functional safety is in the spotlight for IC development. There is no debate around the importance of functional safety to drive down failures resulting from malfunctioning electronics. However, applying functional safety, with standards like ISO 26262, to complex supercomputers raises questions on how to get “there” – and what does “there” look like? Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Harry Foster Mentor, A Siemens Business High Performance Smart Lidar Design based on Arm Aravind Ratnam, AEye show more Description First generation sensor technologies for autonomous driving featured silo’d sensors, rigid asymmetrical data collection methods, and post-processing lead to over and under-sampling of information and latency. AEye’s iDAR is a novel approach to Lidar design optimizing data collection, enabling it to transfer less data, of higher quality and relevance, for rapid perception and path-planning. The result is a design that can target and identify objects within a scene 10-20x more effectively than LiDAR-only products, delivering higher accuracy, longer range, and more intelligent information to optimize path planning software, enabling radically improved autonomous vehicle safety and performance at a reduced cost. This design is software definable and extensible, adding three feedback loops that do not exist today: one at the sensor layer, one at the perception layer, and another with path planning software. By enabling customizable data collection in real-time, the system is able to adapt to the environment and dynamically change performance based on the customer’s/host’s applications and needs. In addition, it can emulate legacy systems, define regions of interest, focus on threat detection, and/or be programmed for variable environments, such as highway or city driving. This new form of intelligent data collection enables radically improved autonomous vehicles safety and performance, at a reduced cost. The speaker will discuss how model ARM based architectures were utilized to deliver the above design with SOC functionality that met the requirements of clockspeed performance, safe and fault tolerant design, security and update/ rollback mechanisms. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Aravind Ratnam AEye How to Reduce the Integration Effort for an Industrial SoC Design Pete Lewin, Arm; Vojislav Krvavac, HDL Design House show more Description When developing any SoC, making sure that all the components are compatible and properly connected is one of the major tasks. Whether you use third-party IPs or develop your own, integration effort can be significant. HDL have been using the Arm System Design Kits to drastically shorten the integration process, thanks to a reliable frame, which you can use to build your SoC. The goal of this presentation is to show the practical benefits of using the Arm System Design Kit, greatly reducing design, verification, and software development efforts when developing an SoC for industrial application. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Pete Lewin Arm Vojislav Krvavac HDL Design House Securing the Connected Car Eystein Stenberg, show more Description Using recent real-world examples, Eystein Stenberg, CTO at, will discuss the opportunity of connected cars and walk the audience through the following: • Key opportunities OEMs have for connected vehicles, as demonstrated by Tesla’s ability to provide over-the-air (OTA) software updates • The anatomy of the Jeep Cherokee hack: the technical details of how the Jeep Cherokee was hacked and steps you can take to reduce your attack surface • Best practices on delivering over-the-air software updates with failover management Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Eystein Stenberg SW-based, Run-time Diagnostic Tests to Minimize System-level Effort Kauser Johar, Arm; Mukesh Lahori, Arm Ltd show more Description In the automotive world, functional safety is an essential requirement and one of the key issues that is increasingly gaining attention. With ever-growing complexity and size of the SoC and MCUs, the risk from systematic and random hardware failures has increased. To achieve an acceptable level of safety in the vehicle, various safety mechanisms are implemented at different levels, starting from cores and other IPs. This presentation is about detection of random permanent faults in a typical Arm CPU to enable achievement of ASIL B DC metrics at SoC and MCU levels. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Kauser Johar Arm Mukesh Lahori Arm Ltd Unblocking Common Bottlenecks in Automotive SoC Verification Marija Ugarak, HDL Design House; Pete Lewin, Arm show more Description This talk will demonstrate the verification strategy for some of the most typical automotive components, derived from an actual SoC based on a Cortex-M0 platform. We’ll identify the most common bottlenecks of such a verification process and provide extensive information on how to avoid them. Attendees will learn how to reduce the amount of engineering hours invested in planning, implementation, and verification. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Marija Ugarak HDL Design House Pete Lewin Arm Who’s Driving? The Responsibilities That Come with Providing Physical IP to the Automotive Market Jim Dodrill, Arm show more Description As we anticipate the rise of autonomous driving using Arm processors and physical IP, we must be keenly aware of the importance of assuring the reliability of Arm products. The safety of many people and the reputations of Arm and our partners are at stake. This presentation will illuminate the connections from transistor physics, through Arm physical IP, to our responsibility for passenger safety. Session Type Conference Session Pass Type All-Access Pass Speakers Jim Dodrill Arm
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