Overview:
The amount of interconnected electronics and exploding data communications are driving Ethernet into time-sensitive automotive applications, starting with in-vehicle infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Demand for reliable and fast in-car connectivity is growing, and Ethernet is poised to fill this need. Consequently, automotive SoC designers are looking to implement the Ethernet standard in their designs and planning for the future safety-conscious application.

In this webinar, we will present the growing automotive electronics market trends and describe the required network connectivity for automotive applications like ADAS. Key Ethernet-enabling technologies such as audio video bridging (AVB) and the coming time sensitive networking (TSN) updates to the IEEE specifications, and their relevance to automotive Ethernet are covered. Also discussed is the importance of integrating an Ethernet IP that is certified to be ASIL B Ready for ISO 26262 functional safety, as required by automotive applications.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Key IEEE specifications being used in automotive Ethernet today and tomorrow
  • Advantages of Ethernet-enabling technologies such as audio video bridging and time sensitive networking for automotive applications
  • Importance of integrating an Ethernet IP that is certified to be ASIL B Ready for ISO 26262 functional safety, as required by automotive applications.

Who should attend:
Automotive SoC designers, design managers, R&D teams

Speakers

John SwansonJohn Swanson, Product Line Manager, Synopsys

John A. Swanson has been working in the IP business since 1990 when he joined Logic Automation/Modeling which was later acquired by Synopsys. John has worked in the design, verification, integration and implementation aspects of complex IP in engineering methodology, and business development and marketing. He has been working on System-on-a-Chip technologies and methodologies for over ten years with Synopsys in a variety of assignments. Currently he is the product line manager for the DesignWare Ethernet family of Digital cores as well as JPEG, 1394 and the IP reuse tools. Prior to joining Synopsys he worked for Amoco Oil Company designing wellhead automation and control systems. He is an Honor graduate from DeVry Institute of Technology where he completed his engineering degree with Presidents List honors.