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Overview of Infrared Camera for ADAS and Autonomous Sensing

June 4, 2020 @ 11:00 a.m. EDT

Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle technologies have disrupted the traditional automotive industry with potential to increase safety and optimize the cost of car ownership. Offering a glimpse into a selection of topics from SAE International’s one-day course - Infrared camera for ADAS and Autonomous Sensing.

Producing Optimal High-Speed Images for Automotive and Industrial Engineers

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Whether you’re an engineer who analyzes high-speed images or a photographic technician who is responsible for capturing them, a solid understanding of high-speed imaging fundamentals can help you create quality images for automotive and industrial applications. This 30-minute Webinar explores essentials for developing beneficial photographic practices for automotive crash tests and other industrial applications. Sponsor: Vision Research Inc.

Advanced Joining and Materials Technologies for Lightweight Vehicles

Thursday, June 25, 2020

In this Technical Webinar from the editors of SAE International, experts discuss the latest advances in material-joining practices and technology as well as which materials and joining techniques show the most promise for near-term success. Sponsors: Boker’s Inc., Clemson Composites, COMSOL, Dymax, Protolabs, Toray

Using the Virtual Prototype of the S32G Safe and Secure Vehicle Network Processor in Production

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

The challenge with highly complex automotive devices is to bring up the software as soon as the silicon becomes available. Using a pre-silicon virtual prototype of its S32G device, NXP was able to bring up most of the software within two weeks after first silicon became available. This 60-minute Webinar focuses on the production use of the NXP S32G274A virtual prototype for pre-silicon development. It highlights the collaborative development between NXP and Synopsys, covering the virtual prototype as well as a hybrid setup with a ZeBu emulator to accelerate the verification of driver software with RTL IP. It closes with a look at what is needed to deploy virtual prototyping broadly for model-based collaboration in the automotive supply chain. Sponsors: NXP, Synopsys