Although safety improvements are credited with saving hundreds of thousands of lives, they traditionally require the deployment of numerous single-function sensors.
This approach is economically unsustainable and demands an extensive amount of hardware, software, wiring, ECUs and power consumption.
With up to 200 sensors per car, electronics make up over 35% of overall vehicle cost, a percentage expected to rise to 50%by 2030.
Discover why the industry is embracing a model that enables OEMs and Tier 1s to reassess legacy solutions.
‘Multifunctionality on a single-chip platform’, a trailblazing approach, features multiple distinct aspects designed to reduce complexity and cost while enhancing safety.
Download the guide to discover how multifunctionality on a single-chip platform:
- How multifunctionality on a single-chip platform aligns with the trajectory of automotive safety regulation.
- How this model makes high-end safety available for all vehicle models.
- How it lays the foundation for innovation for decades to come.
You'll also have access to an in-depth primer on 4D imaging radar technology.