The Internet of Tomorrow surrounds us with electronic solutions connected to the cloud. We must be confident they operate safely, securely and with the highest quality and reliability. The autonomous vehicle is the ultimate connected device. This session will highlight 66 critical differences that may exist between automotive and consumer components as identified by an industry expert workgroup that impact reliability, quality and the lifetime of vehicles. This overview of potential differences across markets might be the ideal tool to guide customers in their component selection. NXP is the leader in Automotive, security and connectivity as well as in highest-end computer Networking. We will demonstrate how NXP’s capabilities across product segments and performance ranges addresses many of your hidden risks and providing an excellent starting point towards your connected solutions.

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The Internet of Tomorrow surrounds us with electronic solutions connected to the cloud. We must be confident they operate safely, securely and with the highest quality and reliability. The autonomous vehicle is the ultimate connected device. This session will highlight 66 critical differences that may exist between automotive and consumer components as identified by an industry expert workgroup that impact reliability, quality and the lifetime of vehicles. This overview of potential differences across markets might be the ideal tool to guide customers in their component selection. NXP is the leader in Automotive, security and connectivity as well as in highest-end computer Networking. We will demonstrate how NXP’s capabilities across product segments and performance ranges addresses many of your hidden risks and providing an excellent starting point towards your connected solutions.

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What you will Learn

NXP’s capabilities across product segments and performance ranges

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Automotive Electronics Market Environment & Workgroup Motivation
    • 1.1| Three Aspects Driving the Market
    • 1.2| Evaluating R&D Across the Industry
    • 1.3| Example: 32-bit Auto MCU
    • 1.4| The Future of Components Used in Automotive
  • Part 2| Industry Standards & Targets
    • 2.1| Defining the Standards - Example
    • 2.2| Setting Two Important Targets
    • 2.3| Industry Group Participants & Position Paper Overview
  • Part 3| Consumer Components in Safe Automotive Applications
    • 3.1| Automotive Semiconductors & Consumer Component Differences
    • 3.2| FactSheet Content Overview
    • 3.3| Why It Matters? The Bath Tub Curve Explanation
    • 3.4| Zero Defect Cu Wire Bonding for Automotive
    • 3.5| Consequences of Differences for Automotive Use
    • 3.6| Accessing the FactSheet & Future Predictions
  • Part 4| NXP Value Creation Towards Autonomous Driving Examples
    • 4.1| What It Boils Down To
    • 4.2| List of Product & Application Examples
    • 4.3| The BlueBox Prototyping Platform
    • 4.4| Ethernet PHY
    • 4.5| Security of Connected Cars - Top Priority
    • 4.6| NXP Differentiated Value Creation Towards Autonomous Driving
    • 4.7| The Autonomous Driving Crossroad