DSP IP enables automotive safety compliance

November 23, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
DSP IP enables automotive safety compliance
Functional safety-certified DSP and comprehensive software development kit is ideal for the development of low power automotive sensor fusion SoCs.

CEVA has announced that its SensPro™ sensor hub DSP IP has achieved Automotive Safety Integrity Level B random fault and ASIL D systemic fault-com pliant certification. SensPro has already been licensed by multiple leading automotive semiconductor players for next-generation automotive SoCs. As an automotive IP supplier, the SensPro safety certification reflects the company’s commitment to a safety-focused design methodology for its processors, tools and software targeting automotive applications.

The ISO 26262-compliant functional safety standard’s ASIL certification is essential for automotive systems-on-chip (SoCs) used in safety critical applications such as autonomous driving and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) applications. The high performance SensPro sensor hub DSP is designed to process and fuse data from multiple sensors, including cameras, radar and lidar, in a highly power-efficient manner. SensPro also offers a combination of high performance single and half precision floating-point math for powertrain and radar applications along with a large amount of 8- and 16-bit parallel processing capacity required for deep neural network (DNN) inference processing. SensPro is accompanied by an advanced set of software libraries, dedicated instruction sets (ISA) and development tools to expedite system design for automotive applications.


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