PCI Express Technology: Accelerating Automotive Connectivity, from Infotainment to ADAS

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, August 18 9:00 AM - 9:40 AM

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Location: Meeting Room 212C

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Title: PCI Express Technology: Accelerating Automotive Connectivity, from Infotainment to ADAS

Event Type: Drive World+ESC - Technical Session

Pass Type: All-Access Pass, 2-day Pass, Drive World+ESC Pass

Theme: Automotive,High-speed Communications


According to a recent report from Frost & Sullivan, the global autonomous and electric vehicle test and measurement market is estimated to generate revenues of $1.6 billion by 2025, up from $1.2 billion in 2019. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is estimated to have the highest growth, owing to the number of ECUs and DCUs that are incorporated into a vehicle to make it fully autonomous. In recent years, the incorporation of data integration and Machine Learning has unlocked significant market growth as vehicles have increasingly become high-tech servers on wheels. With its high bandwidth and reliability, PCI Express technology is being deployed throughout the automotive industry. 

The adoption of PCIe architecture in automotive is expanding from its role inside infotainment systems to providing high-bandwidth, low-latency links between the processing units for ADAS. PCIe technology is also quickly becoming the standard interface for modules housing 4G/5G subsystem. PCI Express technology provides the high bandwidth, reliable connectivity, and vast technology ecosystem needed for the automotive applications of the future. 

In this presentation, attendees will learn how PCI Express technology is enabling the automotive infotainment and connectivity ecosystem, the various automotive use cases, and the role of PCIe technology is shaping the future of in-car networking.