Drive assist ECU

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Drive assist ECU

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Overview

Highly-integrated reference designs include specific processing to accommodate sensor inputs for key safety systems. High-density power and a variety of communication interfaces enable robust drive assist electronic control units (ECUs).

Design requirements:

Drive assist ECUs require:

  • Highly integrated and efficient power solutions for optimized ECU designs.
  • Performance optimized processing to accommodate different camera and radar sensors.
  • High-bandwidth and low-speed communication interface support for different types of vision and radar sensors.

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