Improving Driver Awareness & Safety
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) continue evolving to deliver not only improved passenger experience and comfort, but provide optimum and safety to the driver. Enabling better situational awareness and control to make driving easier and safer, ADAS technology using FPGA/SoCs and automotive sensors can be based upon systems local to the car, i.e. “vehicle resident systems” like vision/camera systems, sensor technology, or on smart, interconnected networks as in the case of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), or vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) systems, jointly known as V2X systems.
V2X communications use on-board dedicated short-range radio communication devices to transmit safety related messages about a vehicle's speed, heading, brake status, vehicle size, etc. to other vehicles and receive the same information about other vehicles from these messages. Using multi-hops to transmit messages through other nodes, the V2X network can communicate over long distances. This longer detection distance and ability to “see” around corners or through other vehicles helps V2X-equipped vehicles perceive some threats sooner than sensors, cameras, or radar can, and warn their drivers accordingly.
Microsemi’s portfolio for ADAS applications includes:
Contact your local Microsemi sales office today to find the right technologies and products for your ADAS design needs.
Driving Reliability & Innovation In Automotive Safety
Microsemi FPGAs enable automotive OEMs and suppliers to build innovative safety applications like Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Avoidance, and Blind Spot Warning by leveraging the high security and reliability capabilities of Microsemi’s SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs and IGLOO2 FPGAs.
Microsemi is the leading supplier of high-reliability FPGAs. With over 30 years of experience serving the aviation and military markets, Microsemi understands the needs of industries requiring long product lifetime support, typically delivering product support for 15+ years. A long-time supplier to the aerospace, communications, defense/security and industrial markets, Microsemi is known for its high-reliability, high-performance solutions. Leveraging our technology and expertise, we can help drive innovation in your next-generation ADAS designs.
Benefits of Microsemi FPGAs in ADAS
Microsemi SoC FPGAs and FPGAs provide core data acquisition, processing and display functions while providing industry’s best reliability and security in small footprint packages crucial for building differentiated, secure and reliable advanced driver assist systems.
Data Acquisition and Display
Data Processing – Ideal for hardware co-processor
Smaller System Size
Reliability and Security
Benefits of Microsemi FPGAs in Vehicle Connectivity
Microsemi offers best-in-class security for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication. Among the available security services, Microsemi offers the most effective authentication feature when an SRAM based physically unclonable function (PUF) is used to compute the private key for identifying a device. Also critical is the use of a public key infrastructure (PKI) for distributing and ensuring associated public keys are authentic.
Microsemi offers secure communications infrastructure for vehicle connectivity. With Microsemi’s advanced data and design security features, messaging between two sources is protected against tamper and corruption and root-of-trust assures source of the message. Secure communications involve multiple key authentications for simultaneous and serial interactions. Microsemi offers dedicated hardware processing engine for faster and reliable key authentication offloading the system controller.
Sensor Interface ICs for Automotive
Microsemi has been shipping automotive interface ICs in volume since 2010, delivering precision analog front end (AFE) custom products for pedals, steering and active suspension, as well as MCU-based motion measurement and sensor interface ICs for linear and angular applications.
Microsemi’s automotive sensor interface microcontroller portfolio can be used flexibly as position, rotary and angular sensors. The inductive sensor ICs can also be applied as linear variable differential transformer (LVDTs) to measure linear motion or displacement (position).