Operating fault campaigns; medical system safety; Intel’s new foundry effort.
Siemens EDA’s Jake Wiltgen offers an outline of establishing an executing a fault injection marketing campaign to show that the IC or IP will safely function beneath a faulted state brought on by a random hardware failure, required to fulfill larger ASIL targets for ISO 26262 practical security certification.
Synopsys’ Taylor Armerding considers the state of medical system safety and the rising assault floor that comes with extra Web-connected units of various sorts getting used extra generally and a scarcity of give attention to safety through the pandemic.
Cadence’s Paul McLellan checks out Intel’s plans for its new Foundry Companies enterprise and shares CEO Pat Gelsinger’s solutions to why it can function as a separate enterprise and why the mannequin can succeed now.
Arm’s Mina Dimova demonstrates how good TVs can be utilized together with neural community fashions to estimate an individual’s physique pose then evaluate it to a coach as an in-home exercise information.
Ansys’ Sandra Gely reveals how the corporate collaborated with FLIR to enhance the modeling and simulation of fog to extra precisely take a look at automotive cameras and parts.
SEMI’s Michael Corridor examines how bioelectronics utilizing versatile substrates and tender robotics has the potential to vary the way in which neurological issues are handled.
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Siemens EDA’s Harry Foster examines the causes of non-trivial bug escapes in FPGA tasks.
Fraunhofer EAS’ Jens Döge digs into tips on how to make factories run quicker and higher.
Arm Analysis’s Brian Cline describes a demonstrator that exams the feasibility and readiness of high-density, face-to-face, wafer-bonded 3D stacking applied sciences.
Synopsys’ Licinio Sousa explains why MIPI isn’t only for cell, with new capabilities for automotive and embedded functions.
Ansys’ Nikhil Grover reveals tips on how to keep away from potential EMI points by following vital sign reference associated design pointers.
Rambus’ Vinitha Seevaratnam appears at upcoming server platforms that may take efficiency to a brand new stage because of elevated hyperlink bandwidth.
Cadence’s Paul McLellan summarizes a brand new report that urges the U.S. authorities to put money into each chip manufacturing and growing tech expertise.
Infineon’s Peter Friedrichs compares silicon carbide MOSFETs to IGBTs and superjunction units.
Synopsys’ Joe Mallett foresees that because the variety of reset domains rises, thorough pre-silicon verification is important.
OneSpin’s John Hallman explains why figuring out how and the place hardware safety holes come up is a vital step in growing safe system.
Ansys’ Larry Williams appears at advances in solver know-how that allow simulation of full RFICs with a excessive stage of accuracy.
Jesse Allen is the Data Middle administrator and a senior editor at Semiconductor Engineering.