Guilherme MarshallGuilherme is responsible for solutions for driver assistance and automated driving at Arm in Cambridge, UK. In this role, he works closely with OEMs, Tier 1s, semiconductor companies and software partners to map out future market needs and shape Arm’s products and solutions for driving automation. In the past 25 years, he held several product management and engineering roles.
Foundational technology for scalable ADAS/ADS compute platforms
As the industry searches for sustainable paths to deploy increasing levels of driving automation, the choice of compute platform becomes central to the business strategy of automakers and suppliers. While meeting diverse performance, power and cost requirements can be challenging, similar consideration must be given to managing software lifecycle investment across vehicle platforms. This presentation explores upcoming vehicle compute architectures trends and some of the foundational technologies, across hardware and software, required to deliver scalable compute platforms.