Automotive Semiconductors: High-performance Systems for ADAS and Autonomous Driving

SOC development trends of NVIDIA, Mobileye, Qualcomm, Renesas, Denso, and others



  Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Denso Corporation (Denso) announced in December 2019 that they would establish a next-generation semiconductor R&D company in 2020. This points out that in the background of automobile manufacturers and electrical equipment manufacturers setting out on semiconductor research and development, the role of semiconductor technology in next-generation automotive systems is more importance than ever.

  In this report, the trends of reorganizations by domestic and overseas automotive semiconductor manufacturers and the initiatives of each company towards next-generation automotive semiconductors will be investigated. Along with the increasing demand for and higher performance of semiconductors for smart phones, even automotive semiconductors have changed from “semiconductors as a device” to “semiconductors as a system (i.e. SOC: System on a Chip)”. Recently, edge computing in the era of AI and autonomous driving is becoming a competitive field for in-vehicle information devices linked to smartphones and semiconductors configured for ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems).

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Related reports: 
CES 2020: Changing the in-vehicle experience (Feb. 2020)
CES 2020 Show Report: Renewed Expectations on ADAS vs. AV (Jan. 2020)
Google’s Android Automotive OS: 3 OEMs to adopt from 2020 (Jan. 2020)
SAE China 2019 (2): Development and application of connected cars (Jan. 2020)
2019 Year in Review: Reality, Trends and Highlights of AV Industry (Dec. 2019)
ELIV 2019 - International Congress for Automotive Electronics (Nov. 2019)


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