Tradeshows & Conferences

SIA VISION 2024

Vehicle and infrastructure safety improvement in adverse conditions

Building upon the success of SIA VISION 2022, this next congress on October 16 & 17, 2024, promises to be even more enlightening and innovative.

This year, a parallel session dedicated exclusively to the dynamic realm of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) will be introduced. This addition will enable the congress to delve deeper into ADAS-related subjects, fostering insightful discussions, sharing cutting-edge research, and exploring the latest advancements in this rapidly evolving field.

Join Yole Group on site and immerse yourself in the world of innovation. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of an event that is shaping the future of automotive technology!

Yole Group will be part of the program with:

Pierrick Boulay
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors

Thursday, October 17th
2:45pm: Understanding the cost-effective integration of sensors and computing in automotive advancements

ABSTRACT:
The proliferation of sensors in modern vehicles is evident, driven by their integral role in both driver assistance and automated driving applications. The quantity and type of sensors integrated into a vehicle vary based on the specific application’s requirements, influencing not only performance but also cost considerations. The principal sensors—namely, cameras, radar, and LiDAR—each undergo their own technological advancements, contributing to the evolving landscape. The significant data generated by these sensors underscores the critical role of computing for OEMs. The trajectory of computing evolution is intricately tied to the targeted level of automation. Lower levels of automation necessitate less computing power, while higher levels demand a more centralized Electrical/Electronic (E/E) architecture and a sophisticated domain controller for intricate data processing and fusion.

This presentation aims to elucidate the correlation between the evolution of sensors and computing requirements across varying levels of automation. Delving into the technological evolution of sensors, it will spotlight potential breakthroughs and the integration of emerging technologies. The dynamic nature of this evolution will be illustrated through a comprehensive analysis of the cost trajectory for each sensor type. Furthermore, the presentation will provide a contextual overview by juxtaposing the requisite number of sensors and their associated costs across different levels of automation. Drawing insights from multiple teardowns of sensors and domain controllers employed in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the presentation will offer a nuanced understanding of the intricate interplay between evolving sensor technologies and the demands of computing in the automotive landscape.

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