DUBLIN, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global and China ADAS/AD Master Chip Industry Report, 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
ADAS/AD Master Chip Research: Weaknesses and Disruption in the Integration Trend
L2 vehicles are gaining ground as penetration is over 15%. A rash of L2.5 vehicle launches is drawing near. Mass production of L3 and L4 (limited scenarios) is also around the corner.
The march toward highly automated vehicles requires installation of a large number of environmental sensors, and master chips to offer ever stronger compute and algorithms.
Single type of automotive processors, whatever FPGA/CPU/GPU or ASIC, are not competent enough to meet the needs of highly automated vehicles. SoC (master chip), a fusion of computing elements like CPU, GPU, NPU and ISP, grows a great concern of the competitive market.
In the master chip field, vendors follow different technology roadmaps, and the mainstream solution is