Make the Shift
Overcome technological complexity in automotive design with Xilinx
When looking at where the automotive industry is today, design engineers like yourself face all kinds of perplexing, yet exciting challenges that the generation before you couldn’t have imagined. From edge compute via frameworks to sci-fi-esque tools and IP to the multitudinous applications of silicon and beyond, there’s a great deal of new technology powering automotive innovation.
Electrification, infotainment and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are changing our conception of what automobiles can be, but the technological complexity required to successfully implement these advances can hinder real progress.
Xilinx automotive solutions stand out, thanks to their exceptional performance-to-power optimization, extensive AI integration and overall adaptability, reliability and scalability. Xilinx FPGAs and SoCs also offer increased determinism and responsivity, any-to-any interfacing, system integration and a range of other differentiators that will support all manner of future-ready automotive solutions.
Innovative boards and kits to enhance product development
Automotive resources from Avnet and Xilinx
The automotive industry is a highly competitive space. In the blink of an eye, a great concept can become a faint memory of what could have been – or it can become the next major industry trend. That all depend on your ability to deliver.
In our recent e-book developed in a collaboration with Xilinx, we give you an in-depth look at six of the most prevalent use cases in the engineering of automotive electronic systems – autonomous vision systems, automotive RADAR, sensor aggregation and processing, safety certification, occupant monitoring, and vehicle-to-vehicle and infrastructure communications.
Whether you're interested in one or all of these areas of automotive development, we explore the challenges engineers face in the creation of these key systems, and identify how Xilinx technologies and ecosystem can help overcome them.