Sunshine Band schreef op 23 apr 2019 om 22:41:
De vraag van vandaag: kan het zonder HD maps... Er werd al een korte reactie van NVidia geplaatst. Aardig artikel hier:
ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report, 2018-2019- Automotive Processor and Computing Chip
PR Newswire PR NewswireApril 23, 2019
NEW YORK, April 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- As automobiles are going smart, cockpit and intelligent driving require more efficient processors.
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Full LCD instrument cluster with at least 3 or even 5 to 6 screens, will be an integral of a mainstream electronic cockpit solution which may be integrated with some local and cloud capabilities such as natural language processing (NLP), gesture control, fatigue detection, face recognition, AR HUD, HD map and V2X. So it can be said that cockpit has endless demand for computational resources, for instance, 50000DMIPS in 2020 and more after the year.
Autonomous driving needs processors that perform far better. According to Horizon Robotics' summary of OEM demand, a higher level of automated driving means more orders of magnitude, namely, 2 TOPS for L2 autonomy, 24 TOPS for L3, 320 TOPS for L4 and 4,000+TOPS for L5.
Only computing power is not enough. Complexity of automotive applications should be taken into account. That's because an automotive processor also has to consider how much power is consumed, how much computing power is used or whether it is up to the automotive and safety standards or not.
Automotive processor, also referred to as automotive computing chip, typically falls into three types: Application specific standard products (ASSP), like CPU and GPU; application specific integrated circuits (ASIC); field programmable gate arrays (FPGA). Conventional CPU and GPU have begun to find it hard to meet increasing new demand as AI computing is developing by leaps and bounds, and in terms of energy efficiency, underperform semi-custom FPGA and full-custom ASIC, both of which are booming.
By and large, FPGA and FPGA have their own merits and demerits, offering options for different areas
The huge demand from intelligent connected vehicle (ICV) for semiconductors (including processors) is an enticement for the inrush of consumer electronics processor vendors. Take example for Qualcomm, the fastest entrant whose 820E and 855E among other products have won great popularity in automotive sector. Of the top 25 OEMs worldwide, 18 have chosen the giant's processors
. Samsung, MediaTek, Huawei and even Apple follow suit to forge into the automotive semiconductor field.finance.yahoo.com/news/adas-autonomou...