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Free SAE Webinar: Reconfigurable Chips for Automated/Connected and Cyber-Secure Vehicles. Feb 22.

by Xilinx Employee ‎02-02-2018 04:09 PM - edited ‎02-02-2018 04:42 PM (30,982 Views)


These are very early days for autonomous vehicles and if you’re designing control systems for such machines, you’d better be thinking of using technologies that bring adaptable intelligence to party. (Would you want to ride in a self-driving car that’s not adaptable?)


The SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) thinks this is a serious enough topic to host a free Webinar on the topic titled “Reconfigurable Chips for Automated/Connected and Cyber-Secure Vehicles.” This is a panel-style Webinar with the following speakers:



  • Michael Dudzik, Pesident of IQM Research Institute and SAE Fellow
  • Mohammed Bergach, System and Software Architect, Kontron
  • Lazaar Louis, Senior Product Marketing Group Director, Tensilica IP, Cadence
  • Ahmad Nasser, Senior Manager, Automotive Advanced Systems Innovation Department, Renesas Electronics
  • Paul Zoratti, Driver Assistance Senior System Architect, Xilinx Automotive Division



Moderated by SAE International’s Lisa Arrigo.



The Webinar is being held on February 22. More details and registration here.



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