Intel has made the move to focus on self-driving cars at CES with FPGA-boosted x86 processing. This is the new Intel Go in vehicle development platform meant for automated driving. This will have the FPGAs sit next to either an Atom or Xeon Processor. The General manger of programmable solutions at Intel, Dan McNamara stated that the FPGA and CPU based board will serve automakers to function as a reliable way of designing ADAS systems.
Some of the benefits that come with Intel’s new application is driver assistance, with a mid range 10GX and hard floating point DSP blocks, over 320 Gbits of DDR4 bandwidth, and 200 Gbits of transceiver bandwidth. It will also come with automotive sensing. This will include a stereovision system that will allow for automatic braking based on Cyclone V chips manufactured by supplier, Denso.
This breaking system will allow emergency assist breaks to stop for pedestrians at a speed of up to 50km/hr, and any other obstacles of up to 80 km/hr. It will also be able to connect to headlamp systems. Intel’s manager, McNamara also stated that the programmability will be key since it will allow car makers to offer different types of solutions that will vary by competitors. This will also create flexibility, as others will make their own versions of self-driving cars.
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