Self-Driving Car is a challenge that is driving a lot of technology innovations today. A self-driving car requires a lot of complex computations to understand the context and take real-time decisions on the road. With an increase in technological complexity and consequently the size of the chip, the risk of systematic failures and random failures in hardware components increases. It is of paramount importance to design the self-driving vehicles to be safe for the occupants and other vehicles or pedestrians.
UVM has come a long since its inception. In this exciting session we will see how various organizations are adopting UVM and adding layers and making necessary customizations to solve unique problems. Here we will see how layers are written on top of UVM to make it easy to adopt UVM for first time users to creating a parameterized UVM testbench to have a single testbench for a parameterized design to how one could architect UVM testbenches that enables you to generate stimulus that helps you to close coverage faster and efficient way.
Digitization, increasing automation, and new business models have revolutionized industries. These forces are giving rise to four disruptive technology-driven technologies in the automotive sector: diverse mobility, autonomous driving, electrification, and connectivity.
Our industry has experienced remarkable breakthroughs in computing, networking, and communication technology in recent years. Yet, it is the convergence of these technologies that is driving the next big thing in innovation related to IoT and autonomous systems. In addition, it is also driving the need for new approaches to verify today’s complex systems. In this keynote, Dr. Ravi Subramanian shares a holistic view of the next big wave in verification.
Join us as we re-open the conference on Friday with an opening talk from the Vice Chair. Look forward to an
interesting schedule of keynotes, an invited tutorial, posters, and the
technical paper sessions.