The use of distributed electronic control units is giving way to integrated automotive ADAS domain controllers. This system architectural evolution is requiring automotive SoC designers to integrate qualified IP that meets the highest Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASILs), is designed and tested for grade 1 and 2 temperatures, and fully adheres to the automotive quality management process. In addition, to meet all requirements of the new integrated architecture, automotive designers are moving to more stringent process technologies such as FinFETs, making it even more important to use automotive-certified IP in advanced foundry processes.

Attend this webinar to learn about the new integrated automotive ADAS SoC architecture, and how designers can accelerate their SoC-level certification and time-to-production with automotive-qualified IP.

Attendees will learn:

  • The new integrated ADAS domain controllers architecture
  • IP requirements for the new evolving integrated ADAS SoC architecture
  • Accelerating SoC-level certification and time-to-production


Ron DiGiuseppe, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Synopsys

Ron DiGiuseppe is responsible for automotive segment marketing for Synopsys DesignWare IP solutions for ADAS, Functional Safety, Infotainment and MCU applications. He brings more than 18 years of semiconductor experience to Synopsys. Prior to joining Synopsys, Ron held a range of management positions at Xilinx for automotive connectivity IP products as well as engineering development and management roles for companies including Oki Semiconductor, NEC, and Raytheon Corporation. Ron DiGiuseppe holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University and a Certificate in Network Engineering from University of California.