AUT-N1799 Hands On Workshop How to Use Automotive MCU Virtual Models to Accelerate Software Development and Measure Relative Performance

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NXP provides functional and performance relevant models to assist users with software and hardware co-development. Functional SystemC models enable software development early in the program life cycle with a full mapping of SoC MCU components such as CPU cores, peripherals, interrupt controllers, and hardware accelerators. This session will highlight an ADAS vision processor and how the customer can develop software on the virtual model. Hands-on session will teach customers the basics of compiling software, loading the object image file, executing code on the virtual model and measuring relative performance. This is a partner session with NXP and Synopsys.executing code on the virtual model and measuring performance. This is a partner session with NXP and Synopsys.

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