Software Development Kit for DRA8x & TDA4x Jacinto™ Automotive Processors
PROCESSOR-SDK-DRA8X-TDA4X
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PROCESSOR-SDK-LINUX-DRA8X-TDA4X:
Automotive Linux SDK for DRA8x & TDA4x Jacinto™ Processors

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ACTIVE V07.00.00.04   19-Jun-2020   Linux   v5.04  

PROCESSOR-SDK-QNX-DRA8X-TDA4X:
Automotive QNX SDK for DRA8x & TDA4x Jacinto™ Processors

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ACTIVE V07.00.00.05   19-Jun-2020   QNX    

PROCESSOR-SDK-RTOS-DRA8X-TDA4X:
Automotive RTOS SDK for DRA8x & TDA4x Jacinto™ Processors

Free



ACTIVE V07.00.00.11   19-Jun-2020   TI RTOS    

Description

Processor SDK RTOS Automotive (PSDKRA) can be used together with either  Processor SDK Linux Automotive (PSDKLA) or Processor SDK QNX Automotive (PSDKQA) to form a multi-processor software development platform for TDA4x and DRA8x SoCs within the TI’s Jacinto™ automotive platform. The SDK provides a comprehensive set of software tools and components to help users develop and deploy their applications on supported J7 SoCs. PSDKRA and either PSDKLA or PSDKQA can be used together to implement various automotive use-cases in ADAS and Gateway end-equipments.

Features

PSDKLA:

  • R5F SPL: eMMC boot, HS200 mode support
  • A72 U-boot: USB Mass Storage Class, Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) , Universal Flash Storage (UFS), eMMC boot
  • Kernel Connectivity drivers: CPSW9G Ethernet Virtual driver, USB gadget, dual role support, SD card Ultra-High Speed (UHS) mode, PCIe backplane, eMMC HS200 mode, UFS storage.
  • Crypto acceleration support for AES, 3-DES, and Random Number Generator (RNG)
  • Graphics: YUV texture format, profiling tools (PVRTune and PVRTrace)
  • Audio: Multi-codec support with separate serializer per codec
  • Demos: Static system partitioning with jailhouse hypervisor.

PSDKQA:

  • Support for QNX Software Development Platform (SDP) 7.0
  • Compatibility with latest QNX Board Support Package and Screen Package for J7 EVM, with features as specified in QNX Software Center downloads for Jacinto 7
  • TI Drivers
    • CPSW2G Ethernet driver
    • CPSW9G Virtual Ethernet driver
    • IPC, UDMA, SCI-Client and Shared memory allocator Resource managers
  • OpenVX conformance testing and demo software for ADAS, Vision, deep learning applications.

PSDKRA:

  • RTOS device drivers running on all on R5F, C6x, C7x, A72; AUTOSAR MCAL driver and demo applications running on R5F
  • TIDL deep learning inference engine library running on C7x/MMA; MMALIB for accelerating convolution and deconvolution layers on MMA
  • OpenVX v1.1 compliant implementation with graph pipelining and user data object extension support
  • Imaging sensor driver support with IQ tuning
  • Ethernet switch firmware running on R5F for CPSW9G
  • Image pre-processing for Autonomous Driving Algorithms
  • Single and multi-channel H264 decoder and encoder
  • TI-RTOS kernel, a light-weight real-time embedded operating system for TI devices for R5F, C6x, C7x, A72 and Network developer kit (NDK)
  • TI Code Generation Tools (CGT) for R5F, C6x, C7x
  • OpenVX based demos for ADAS, Vision, deep learning applications and gateway demos

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
DRA829V  Gateway & vehicle compute application processor  Automotive processors 
TDA4VM  Next generation SoC family for L2/L3, near-field analytic systems using deep learning technologies  Automotive processors 

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