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A Starter's Guide to Arm Processing Power in Autom…
Co-authored by James Scobie and Govind Wathan The automotive industry is rapidly transforming, with technology driving innovation, automotive standards shaping requirements and consumer preferences changing demands. These factors are significantly impacting all automotive applications from Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), autonomous drive, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) and digital cockpit, to powertrain and chassis. Arm offers a broad…
Arm Pelion IoT Platform delivers flexible, secure and…
The real value of the Internet of Things (IoT) lies just beneath the surface of billions of IoT devices being deployed in networks around the world: it’s the data that lies untapped (or unknown) inside those devices. However, until now, the complexity and diversity of so many different technologies and vendors required to deploy effective IoT solutions at scale has made implementation more of a vision rather than a reality. Challenges come in many…
Architecting a more Secure world with isolation and…
New Secure world architecture in Armv8.4 Arm TrustZone was introduced to the Arm architecture A-profile in 2003. At the heart of the TrustZone approach is the concept of Secure and Normal worlds that are hardware separated. Secure hardware resources are only accessible by the software running in the Secure world. Software in the Normal world is blocked by the hardware from accessing these resources. This concept of Secure (trusted) and Normal …
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Simulating the Arm Scalable Vector Extension with gem5
The flexibility permitted by the Arm Scalable Vector Extension is valuable to computer architects looking to address the increasing computation requirements of HPC, data analytics and machine learning…
Tutorial: Low Power Deep Learning on the OpenMV Cam
Check out OpenMV's latest tutorial to learn how to run deep learning on the Arm Cortex-M7 processor using CMSIS-NN with the OpenMVCam.
Architecting a more Secure world with isolation and virtualization
Arm has introduced Secure EL2, which provides mechanisms to isolate secure payloads from each other and from the Normal world. Leveraging this technology requires new thinking in security software architecture…
NetSpeed and Arm Partner to Create ASIL D Safety Islands for Autonomous Vehicle Applications
The effectiveness and cost efficiency of safety islands are improved when the components interoperate effectively, while retaining freedom of IP choice and subsystem design. Arm and NetSpeed have partnered…
PhD and industry: Working together in perfect harmony
Having a clear interest in a field and being self-driven helps with the challenges encountered before and during a PhD. It turns out, however, that finding the the ideal place to do is much trickier than…
Arm Pelion IoT Platform delivers flexible, secure and efficient device-to-data solution for IoT
The real value of the Internet of Things lies in the unused and unnoticed data created by billions of IoT devices deployed in networks around the world.
Arm Allinea Studio 18.4 now available with support for new Fortran directive and math routines
Arm Allinea Studio 18.4 is now available, with an updated Arm Performance Libraries and improved compilers. In this blog I have captured the highlights of the release.
Arm Innovator Tour: Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen
Rex St. John
Learn about the experiences of the Arm Innovator Program in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
The history (and future) of augmented reality
In this blog, I will take you through the plotted and varied history of AR, while attempting to show the current landscape of the technology and where it is heading in the future.
The new eFlash interface standard from Arm to ease IoT deployment
Arm has developed a generic eFlash interface standard called the Generic Flash Bus interface (GFB). The new eFlash interface standard will ease IoT deployment.
Partnerships and the Myths of System Resilience
At DAC I presented “Myths of system resilience,” it challenged misconceptions and shows a scalable way of designing diagnostic capability across SoCs to detect faults.
Arm Research part of team working to develop advanced technology for AI
Arm Research is working together with Applied Materials and Symetrix to develop a “neuromorphic” electronic switch that functions like the neurons and synapses of the human brain, as part of DARPA’s Electronics…
From Prototype to Production: 4 steps to consider when designing your board
A guide to the 4 key steps that will help to transition a prototype design to production, by John Teel, electronics design engineer and Arm Innovator.
Analyzing the performance of RTOS-based systems using Streamline
This tutorial shows how to analyze the performance of an RTOS-based system using Streamline. Streamline can reveal which functions in your system are costing the most time, as well as showing you thread…
Implementing Embedded Continuous Integration with Jenkins and Docker: Part 1
After reading through this blog series, you and your team will be armed with the knowledge to create a customized, consistent, and automated embedded software development workflow.
Teaching Embedded Systems: A Perspective from German Jordanian University
Professor Omar Hiari of German Jordanian University (GJU) in Jordan relates his experience using Arm University Program's Education Kits.
A Starter's Guide to Arm Processing Power in Automotive
Arm offers different classes of processor designed for various automotive applications. Here's a guide to Arm processing solutions in automotive.
A Deep Learning Survival Guide for Computer Architects
Over the last few years, there’s been a terrific amount of interest in artificial intelligence, and specifically the branch of machine learning known as 'deep learning'. This post provides a brief overview…
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