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May 14, 2024

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May 17, 2024

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Madrid, Spain

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Filipe Rinaldi

Software Architect
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MAD24-319 Arm Reference Design-1AE - an Automotive solution



  • Thursday, 16 May 12:10 - 12:35
  • Room: Keynote | Zaragoza III+IV

Following the release of the latest Arm Automotive Enhanced (AE) processors and IP, this session will review the architecture and software features of the FVP and software package delivered with the Automotive Reference Design-1 (RD-1 AE). This Reference Design integrates a high-performance compute subsystem built with the new Neoverse V3AE cores, and a multi-cluster Cortex-R82AE based Safety Island.

Critical Application Monitoring using Safety Island



Automotive compute platforms hosting advanced features such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Drive (AD) stacks require increasingly complex and higher performance CPUs in order to meet the demanding workloads. In these environments, the detection of application runtime faults is one strategy used to achieve the required system reliability goals. To help reach these goals, automotive systems benefit from the addition of a Safety Island; a separate compute sub-system that provides a higher safety level compute area for system and application monitoring services. In this presentation, we will look into more details of a new project at Arm called Critical Application Monitoring (CAM).