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Automotive Driver Assistance Systems: Using the Processing Power of FPGAs

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By Paul Zoratti
Driver Assistance Senior System Architect
Automotive Division
Xilinx Corporation

This is a reprint of a Xilinx-published white paper which is also available here (344 KB PDF).

In the last five years, the automotive industry has made remarkable advances in driver assistance (DA) systems that truly enrich the driving experience and provide drivers with invaluable information about the road around them. This white paper looks at how FPGAs can be leveraged to quickly bring new driver assistance innovations to market.

Driver Assistance Introduction

Since the early 1990s, developers of advanced DA systems have striven to provide a safer, more convenient driving experience. Over the past two decades, DA features such as ultrasonic park assist, adaptive cruise control,...