Vehicle cockpits are now being designed by automakers with an increasing number of advanced features influenced by the wide array of new technologies used by consumers daily. There are also new advanced safety features that are being added, which are essential to achieve the goal of autonomous vehicles. The cockpit of the future cockpit requires advanced processing capabilities to meet consumer demands for connectivity, safety, and future mobility.
The cockpit of the future is evolving, and this future cockpit will require advanced processing capabilities to meet consumer demands for connectivity, safety, and future mobility.
For over 20 years, a key enabler of automotive technology has come from Arm architecture, with more than 85% of infotainment systems and many under-the-hood applications powered by Arm-based chips.
A whitepaper has been produced by Arm, which provides an insight into what features consumers are looking forward to in new vehicles and what technologies are required to support these features. It also emphasises how dramatically cockpit technology has changed in the past few decades, in an overview of technology hotspots in cockpits of the past, present, and future.
As well as comparing the cockpit of today and tomorrow, Arm highlights technology enablers, looks at the types of high-performance processing required.
Together with its global partner ecosystem, Arm is one of the largest and creative communities of product innovators. It provides power-efficient intelligence as the foundation for transformative applications and business ideas, and thrives to make smart and autonomous possible.