Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is the method of choice for high precision time distribution via Ethernet link. Modern system on chip (SoC) solutions are providing hardware-assisted virtualization, to allow execution of multiple operation systems (OS). In such scenarios, the precise time may need to be distributed to many guest OS. We show solutions for PTP time distribution to virtualized OS with the help of HW-assisted virtualization (Renesas R-Switch2) to solve such challenges quickly.
In the third entry of this series, we will analyze the factors which limit the range of detection of an automotive radar and how they relate to the performance of the RF IC.
Indoor air quality is important to our health and being able to monitor it with battery operated devices using Renesas’ ZMOD4410 ultra-low power air quality sensor is beneficial.
We make the core software that drives the brain, the semiconductors, at the center of the increasing highly featured and complex systems brought together through E/E architectures.
Renesas is working on the development of computer vision software and the provision of an automated driving platform that supports functional safety in order to realize a highly automated driving society.
In the fields of driving assistance and autonomous driving, recognition sensor technology around vehicles will become extremely important. This time, we would like to introduce our efforts on RADAR, which represents recognition sensors.
AUTOSAR MCAL Software is the basis in automotive control and communication to realize a safe and convenient society.
The rapid growth of connectivity in vehicles also increases the potential for cyberattacks on in-vehicle networks. This time, we would like to introduce Renesas' efforts for in-vehicle security software.
Designing the System Software solutions and Verification Strategies to realize ever increasing functionality and ever more complex E/E architectures demanded by the market.