Autonomous driving is just one application example where functionally safe designs are required.
Hard questions are arising. It comes back to finding the justification for this deal. Does this deal really make sense for Qualcomm?
Testing automotive ICs with low voltages let us find and eliminate failures that only occur at low temperatures.
The average number of IP cores integrated into automotive SoCs is growing from about 20 today to more than 100 within the next five to ten years.
Why would this incandescent light bulb still work after 100 years? What keeps it going and what design lessons can we learn?