Demo Owner Mike Stanley Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) help drivers with precise direct tire pressure measurement by providing individual tire readings – including the spare. NXP's world’s smallest, lowest-power, with highest memory for customer use TPMS is highly integrated with a pressure sensor, temperature sensor, accelerometer, MCU and a transmitter. Watch Mike Stanley explain the pressure sensor readings, temperature sensor display and the accelerometer/motion readings. These readings are time based periodic measurements where the data is given as an output to the driver. Features Simulation that portraits the TPMS as if it were inside the vehicles tires and sending reports to the vehicle's display unit about tire pressure Module has the following: Pressure sensor, accelerometer, temperature sensor, low-frequency radio, Microcontroller Featured NXP Products FXTH87 product page FXTH87 Fact Sheet Links Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors Pressure Sensors Block Diagram
In the industrial world, it is critical to incorporate fail-safe technology where possible in applications such as crane steering machines, robotic lift, and assembly line robots to name a few. By doing so, you ensure you meet Safety Integrity Level (SIL) standards as found in the IEC 61508 standard. Also, you significantly increase human safety and protect products and property.
This fail Safe Motor Control solution incorporates the MPC574xP family of MCUs that delivers the highest functional safety standards for industrial applications. The MPC574xP family incorporates a lockstep function that serves as a watchdog function to flag any problems with the MCU including a programmable Fault Collection and Control Unit (FCCU) that monitors the integrity status of the MCU and provides flexible safe state control. Also, this device is a part of the SafeAssure® program, helping manufacturers achieve functional safety standard compliance.
12XS2 | 12 V Low RDSON eXtreme Switch | NXP
Watchdog and configurable Fail-safe mode by hardware Authentication time (on-chip calculations) < 50 ms
Programmable overcurrent trip level and overtemperature protection, undervoltage shutdown, and fault reporting
Output current monitoring
MPXHZ6130A|Pressure Sensor | NXP
The MPXHZ6130A series sensor integrates on-chip, bipolar op amp circuitry and thin-film resistor networks to provide a high output signal and temperature compensation for automotive, aviation, and industrial applications.
High accuracy and reliability
Positive temperature coefficient; fail-safe behavior
GD3000 |3-phase Brushless Motor Pre-Driver | NXP
Fully specified from 8.0 to 40 V covers 12 and 24 V automotive systems
Extended operating range from 6.0 to 60V covers 12 and 42 V systems
Greater than 1.0 A gate drive capability with protection
Power Management and Safety Monitoring
MC33908 | Safe SBC | NXP
Enhanced safety block associated with fail-safe outputs
Designed for ASIL D applications (FMEDA, Safety manual)
Secured SPI interface
Evaluation and Development Boards
MPC5744P Development Kit for 3-phase PMSM | NXP
The NXP MTRCKTSPS5744P motor control development kit is ideal for applications requiring one PMSM motor, such as power steering or electric powertrain.
Evaluation daughter board - NXP MPC5744P, 32-bit Microcontroller | NXP
The KITMPC5744DBEVM evaluation board features the MPC5744P, which is the second generation of safety-oriented microcontrollers, for automotive and industrial safety applications
NXP's secure over-the-air communication for automotive networks features embedded hardware crystallographic engine for the rapid decryption of received data. Features MPC5748G targets High-End Body and High-End gateway Rich communication peripheral set & HSM - embedded Security Module Encryption, decryption, message code generation, secured flash memory for secured storage Secured communication inside or outside the vehicle (wired or wireless) Encryption with different algorithms demo Decryption in both hardware (HSM) or software comparison Links High End Body Control Module Central Gateway / In-Vehicle Networking Block Diagram
Demo This demo shows an infotainment and ADAS system based on NXP Ethernet components and is divided in three main parts: Infotainment, Network and ADAS. In the infotainment part, a “Head Unit” ECU plays locally an MPEG movie and also streams it over Ethernet to the second “Rear Seat Unit” ECU. Both ECUs also execute in the backroad the NXP AVB SW stack. This enables the two ECUs to be perfectly synchronized with each other. Therefore the two ECUs can playback the very same video (and audio) frame at the same time on their local displays. In the network part the new Automotive Ethernet Switch (SJA1105EL) and PHYs (TJA1100HN) implement the Ethernet connectivity of the system. The switch executes the AVB “ gPTP ” synchronization SW that enables the infotainment application described above to operate. In the ADAS part a surround view camera captures a video stream and streams it to a “Cluster” ECU also connected via the automotive Ethernet network. The camera is based on the NXP “MPC5604E ” Salsa processor and on a competitor’s BroadR -Reach PHY. This also shows the interoperability of the TJA1100HN PHY with competitor’s products. Features: All displays are implemented with NXP i.MX6 processor, and a full implementation of the NXP Ethernet AVB Stack running on Linux. The camera is based on an NXP Salsa processor ( MPC5304EKIT ) . The Switch board that connects all displays and the camera uses the NXP SJA1105EL Automotive Ethernet switch and the TJA1100HN BroadR-Reach Ethernet PHY ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Featured NXP Products: Product Link IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant Automotive Ethernet PHY Transceiver TJA1100HN | Automotive Ethernet PHY Transceiver | NXP i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6 Series Applications Processors | Multicore Arm Cortex-A7/A9/M4 | NXP Audio Video Bridging Software https://www.nxp.com/design/design-services/audio-video-bridging-software:AVB-SOFTWARE?&fsrch=1&sr=4&pageNum=1 Development Kit Enabling Video Over Ethernet with NXP® MPC5604E MCU NXP® MPC5604EKIT:Development Kit | NXP ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Demo See NXP breakthrough automotive designs using radar that enhance safety and the driver experience with ADAS and other safety applications Products S32R27 Radar Processor • CPU: Dual Z7’s with Lock-step Z4 enabling ASIL-D applications • Embedded memory: 2 MB Flash & 1.5 MB SRAM (both ECC) • Radar signal processing toolkit: best in class performance per power MR3003 Radar Transceiver • Fully integrated SiGe radar front end for 76-81 GHz • Tx 5-bit phase rotators, and Tx BPSK modulator • 3 transmitter and 4 receiver channels • ISO 26262 compliant – ASIL level B • Optimized for fast chirp modulation • Support for 4 GHz bandwidth TEF810X Radar Transceiver • Fully integrated RFCMOS radar front end for 76-81 GHz • 3 transmitter and 4 receiver channels • LVDS, CIF and CSI-2 interface • ISO 26262 compliant – ASIL level B • Lowest power: 1.2 W • Support for 4 GHz bandwidth
Demo Owner Rebeca T he Freescale concept car demonstrates multiple solutions for automotive systems in powertrain, infotainment, cluster, safety and body applications. Specific system solutions include engine control, small and large motor control, lamp control, radio, digital cluster, gauge drivers, TPMS, touch control, surround view camera, media player and fast boot Linux®. https://community.nxp.com/players.brightcove.net/4089003392001/default_default/index.html?videoId=4282635362001" style="color: #05afc3; background-color: #ffffff; font-size: 14.4px;" target="_blank Featured NXP Products Qorivva S12 MagniV S08 i.MX6 Links Automotive
Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technology enables cars to communicate with their surroundings and makes driving safer and more efficient for everyone. By making the invisible visible, V2X warns the driver of road hazards, helping reduce traffic injuries and fatalities. In addition to improving safety, V2X helps to optimize traffic flow, reduce traffic congestion and lessen the environmental impact of transportation.
V2X is a key component for full autonomous driving.
V2X need message package signing & verification which need high CPU loading if used CPU. Qualcomm recommend their customers to use NXP i.MX8X/XL which have HSM as their modem’s companion chip.
Two major components in the system: RSU (Road Side Unit) and OBU (On Board Unit). Both have similar system design, with minor differences.
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i.MX 8X Family – Arm® Cortex®-A35, 3D Graphics, 4K Video, DSP, Error Correcting Code on DDR
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Extending the scalable range of the i.MX 8 series, the i.MX 8X family is comprised of common subsystems and architecture from the higher-end i.MX 8 family, establishing a range of cost-performance scaling with pin-compatible options and a high level of software reuse.
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The S32K144EVB is a low-cost evaluation and development board for general purpose automotive applications.
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TJA1051: High-speed CAN transceiver
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The TJA1051 is a high-speed CAN transceiver that provides an interface between a Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical two-wire CAN bus.
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TJA1101: 2nd generation Ethernet PHY Transceivers - IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant
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TJA1101 is a high-performance single port, IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant Ethernet PHY Transceiver.
PF8100-PF8200: 12-channel Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for High-Performance Processing Applications
The PF8100/PF8200 PMIC family is designed for high-performance processing applications such as infotainment, telematics, clusters, vehicle networking, ADAS, vision and sensor fusion.
SXF1800: Secure Element IC for V2X Communication
SXF1800 is based on highly secure microcontroller used also to protect mobile payments, providing highest proven assets protection.
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PCA9538: 8-bit I²C-bus and SMBus low power I/O port with interrupt and reset
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The PCA9538 is a 16-pin CMOS device that provides 8 bits of General Purpose parallel Input/Output (GPIO) expansion with interrupt and reset for I2C-bus/SMBus applications and was developed to enhance the NXP Semiconductors family of II2CC-bus I/O expanders.
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PCT2075: I2C-Bus Fm+, 1 Degree C Accuracy, Digital Temperature Sensor And Thermal Watchdog
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The PCT2075 is a temperature-to-digital converter featuring ±1 °C accuracy over ‑25 °C to +100 °C range.
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PCA85073A: Automotive tiny Real-Time Clock/Calendar with alarm function and I2C-bus
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The PCA85073A is a CMOS1 Real-Time Clock (RTC) and calendar optimized for low power consumption.
88W8964: 2.4/5 GHz Dual-Band 4x4 Wi-Fi® 5 (802.11ac) Access Solution
The 88W8964 features 160MHz bandwidth and Multi-User Multi-Input Multi-Output (MU-MIMO) while achieving 2.6 Gbit/s peak data rate for high speed, secure, and reliable access points and smart gateways.
RoadLINK® SAF5400 Single Chip Modem for V2X
The RoadLINK SAF5400 is an automotive-qualified single chip DSRC modem for V2X applications. The SAF5400 modem is able to receive and verify up to 2000 messages per second.
Description Earlier this year NXP organized a promotional opportunity for amateur radio enthusiasts to use their creativity and build their own power amplifier designs. NXP received numerous creative submissions in this competitive Homebrew RF Design Challenge. We appreciate the dedication and enthusiasm from the community that made this contest a success. First place winner An MRF101AN broadband amplifier design with 1 W Input, 100 W Output 1.8-54 MHZ Amplifier deck. (For more information visit:NXP MRF-101 - RFPowerTools ) It is an amplifier with a bandwidth of 1.8MHz to 54MHz. Maximum output power of 100W up to 30MHz and 70W up to 50MHz. Maximum power supply 50V to 4A, with a Voltage Standing Wave Ratio of 1.5:1 maximum. The design dimensions of the PCB is 5x5 cm (2x2 in). and 310g weight including fan and heat sink. Second place winner A 600W broadband HF amplifier using affordable LDMOS devices (For more information visit: https://qrpblog.com/2019/10/a-600w-broadband-hf-amplifier-using-affordable-ldmos-devices/ ) This project is meant to demonstrate the capabilities of the MRF300 transistors as linear broadband devices in the 2-50MHz range and to be used by radio amateurs as a starting point for a medium-high power amplifier. This is also my entry to the NXP Homebrew RF Design Challenge 2019. To achieve the target of 600W output while also minimizing the level of even-number harmonics, a “push-pull” configuration of two transistors is used. Luckily, the manufacturer made it easy to design the PCB layout for such a thing by offering two versions (the MRF300AN & MRF300BN) that have mirrored pinout. The common TO-247 package is used, with the source connected to the tab. Each individual MRF300 LDMOS transistor is specified at 330W output over a 1.8-250MHz working frequency range, a maximum 28dB of gain and over 70% efficiency. The recommended supply range is 30-50Vdc. By studying the specifications, it looks like with correct broadband matching and some operational safety margin we can get close to 600W output at a voltage of around 45V across a resonably large bandwidth; the aim is to cover 1.8 to 54MHz. Main challenges when designing this amplifier are related to achieving good input and output matching over the entire frequency range as well as maintaining high and flat gain. Good linearity and a low level of harmonic products are mandatory. As the TO-247 is not a package specifically designed for high-power RF, there are some challenges with thermal design and PCB layout as well. Information taken from the essay by the winner. Third place winner A High Efficiency Switchmode RF Amplifier using a MRF101AN LDMOS Device for a CubeSat Plasma Thruster (For more information visit: Research - SuperLab@Stanford ) The Class E amplifier utilizes the active device as a switch, operating in only cutoff (off) and saturated (on) conditions. This minimizes the overlap of voltage and current, reducing losses in the active device. To further reduce loss the Class E amplifier utilizes an inductively tuned resonant network to achieve zero voltage switching, bringing the voltage across the switch to zero before turn on, eliminating energy stored in the output capacitance of the active device that would otherwise be dissipated. This is achieved with an inductively tuned series resonant output filter. In the Class E amplifier losses are almost entirely determined by the current conducted by the active device so a high drain impedance is desired to maximize efficiency. The drain impedance is ultimately limited by the voltage rating of the switch. For our desired output power of 40W and the maximum voltage rating of 133V for the MRF101AN this impedance is still less than 50 ohms, so a L match circuit is used to match the drain impedance to 50 ohms. The load network in our design provides a drain impedance of 15.4+12.8j. As the MRF101AN will operate in saturation a high drive level is desired. To eliminate the need for a preamplifier and allow for digital control, we use a high speed gate drive chip typically used in switch-mode power supplies, LMG1020, to drive the MRF101AN instead of a RF preamplifier. A resonant network is used to provide voltage gain at the fundamental and third harmonic, providing a quasi-square wave on the gate which helps insure the device remains in saturation. Conclusion It was a close call and highly competitive! Each participant had their own creative, unique and impressive way of displaying the capabilities of these new parts. NXP is always up for new design challenges. Ready for the next challenge?
Demo See how NXP integrates automotive and microcontroller technology to develop next-generation drones including high reliability, industrial quality, and additional security with drone-code compliant flight management unit running PX4. Video Features Electronic speed controllers with Field Oriented Control of BLDC (Brushless DC motors) TJA110 2-wire Automotive Ethernet PHY Transceiver|NXP SCM-i.MX6 Training https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/9153317036356506113 Find our more at www.nxp.com/uav
Demo This demo shows an intelligent and efficient automotive system which encompasses surround view (360 Video camera) paired with a LIDAR (360 Laser surround view) for pedestrian detection, traffic sign recognition, speed detection, etc. Products Links NXP BlueBox https://www.nxp.com/design/development-boards/automotive-development-platforms/nxp-bluebox-autonomous-driving-development-platform:BLBX?&fsrch=1&sr=2&pageNum=1 QorIQ® LS2088A Reference Design Board https://www.nxp.com/design/qoriq-developer-resources/qoriq-ls2088a-reference-design-board:LS2088A-RDB?&lang_cd=en S32V230 Family of Processors https://community.nxp.com/external-link.jspa?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nxp.com%2Fproducts%2Fautomotive-products%2Fmicrocontro… S32R Radar Microcontroller - S32R27 https://community.nxp.com/external-link.jspa?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nxp.com%2Fproducts%2Fautomotive-products%2Fmicrocontro… 32-bit Automotive General Purpose MCUs https://community.nxp.com/external-link.jspa?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nxp.com%2Fproducts%2Fautomotive-products%2Fmicrocontro… Other Links ADAS & Autonomous Driving|NXP V2X Communications|NXP
This demo which shows a complete Ethernet AVB audio amplifier solution built with NXP silicon and software.
Audio Video Bridging for automotive infotainment purposes
System AVB amplifier for car audio nodes
Analog video/audio is converted into AVB and outputs to vybrid Tower running AVB stack
Featured NXP Products
Development Hardware Used
Vybrid TWR board
The Motor Control Development Toolbox includes an embedded target supporting MCUs, Simulink™ plug-in libraries, and tool chain for configuring and generating the necessary software. Features Generate code for standalone application with direct download to target support Optimized motor control library blocks including Park/Clarke transforms, digital filters, and general functions I/O blocks including CAN, SPI, PIT timer, Sine Wave Generation, eTimer, PWM and A/D. On-target profiling of functions and tasks Data acquisition and calibration using FreeMASTER tool Boot loader utility for programming application in flash Seamless integration with embedded coder including SIL and PIL test Products Link S12ZVM S12ZVM Mixed-Signal MCUs|MagniV | NXP S12ZVM Evaluation Board S12ZVM Evaluation Board | NXP Links MCToolbox Automotive Block Diagram
Demo Owner: Neil Krohn NXP's MM9Z1_638 is a fully integrated battery monitoring device for mission critical automotive and industrial applications. An S12Z microcontroller, SMARTMOS analog control IC, CAN protocol module and LIN interface for communications functions are embedded into this single-package soltuion. The MM9Z1_^38 battery sensor measures key battery parameters for monitoring state of health, state of charge and state of function for early batteries as well as emerging battery applications, such as 14 V stacked cell Li-Ion, high voltage junction boxes, and 24 V truck batteries. Features The MM9Z1_638 is a fully integrated battery monitoring device for mission critical automotive and industrial applications. An S12Z microcontroller, SMARTMOS analog control IC, CAN protocol module and LIN interface for communications functions are embedded into this single-package solution. The MM9Z1_38 battery sensor measures key battery parameters for monitoring state of health, state of charge and state of function for early batteries as well as emerging battery applications, such as 14 V stacked cell Li-Ion, high voltage junction boxes, and 24 V truck batteries. Featured NXP Products MM9Z1_638: Battery Sensor with CAN and LIN Product Features: Wide range battery current measurement; on-chip temperature measurement Four battery voltage measurements with internal resistor dividers, and up to five direct voltage measurements for use with an external resistor divider Measurement synchronization between voltage channels and current channels Five external temperature sensor inputs with internal supply for external sensors Low-power modes with low-current operation Links Freescale Concept Car
S32G just support serial download a M7 image to run by internal rom codes, our S32G DS IDE have a flash tools to use this feature to burn the image to external device. So current image burn method will divide into 2 step:
1: burn a uboot into the external device by S32G DS flash tools.
2: reboot the codes with uboot and run with network to burn the linux image into external device.
which need two working place on manufacture line, and customer wish to have a one time on-line tools, which means we need use serial port to boot uboot directly but S32G rom codes do not support it.
We have a reference tools of S32V but which IP difference is big between on S32V and S32G, So we can not reuse it and have to develop a new one.
The development working include:
调试解决串口接收乱码问题(Serial boot rom codes仍然在回送消息串口)
提供 解决A核启动串口halt思路(Serial boot rom codes仍然占用串口)
根据M7镜像和A核 Uboot 在SRAM中的内存分配要求，重排M7镜像位置，避免冲突
Pls check the attachment for the doc/codes/binary release which include:
|->M7: Linflexd_Uart_Ip_Example_S32G274A_M7: S32DS M7工程。
|->PC: s32gSerialBoot_Csharp: PC端的Visual Studio的C#的串口工具工程。
| |-> 115200_bootloader.bin: S32DS M7工程编译出来的bin文件，波特率为115200
| |-> 921600_bootloader.bin: S32DS M7工程编译出来的bin文件，波特率为921600
| |->load_uboot.bat: 运行工具的批处理文件，运行成功后打开串口可以看到Uboot执行，默认使用的波特率是115299
| |->u-boot.bin: BSP29默认编译出来的u-boot.bin.
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Demo Watch as the i.MX 8 development vehicle takes data in from the camera and uses one GPU and applies an image segmentation algorithm. The info is then fed to another GPU dedicated to a neural network inference engine which recognizes the traffic sign Products i.MX 8 Series Applications Processors|NXP Training i.MX 8 Applications Processors Family Overview: i.MX 8, i.MX 8X, i.MX 8M i.MX 8M Processor Overview and the Road Ahead Micron’s Memory Solutions for the New i.MX 8 Microprocessor
Watch this demonstration that shows designing made easy with NXP's MMPF0100 and MMPF0200. These devices are optimized for i.MX 6 applications processors. Power-sensitive applications include portable medical devices, gateways, routers, home security systems, e-readers, tablets, and home energy management solutio ns . Features MMPF0100 and MMPF0200 (PMIC) evaluation kit PMICs are optimized for i.MX 6 applications processors Light-Load Efficiency Exceptional Quiescent current Large amount of One-Time Programmable memory on board Flexibility: Programming kit connects the device via USB port and user can set up the start-up frequency, voltage levels, current limit and the timing of each regulator on the device Featured NXP Products MMPF0100 MMPF0200https://community.nxp.com/external-link.jspa?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nxp.com%2Fproducts%2Fpower-management%2Fpmics%2Fpmics-for-i.mx-processors%2F12-channel-configurable-power-management-ic%3AMMPF0200 Block Diagrams
Since 1996 in EU and since 2000 in Europe, the OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) is mandatory for all the cars manufactured. This protocol is used to verify the smoke emissions and check if any car is between the parameters stablished in every country. Also detect engine failures without need to check the engine manually, identifying accurately the problems reducing the repairing time and cost.
OBD-II is a sort of computer which monitors emissions, mileage, speed, and other useful data. OBD-II is connected to the check engine light, which illuminates when the system detects a problem.
Scan tools can be used to make sense of the diagnostic trouble codes and collect data on other aspects of vehicle’s performance.
Hotspot in the CAR
Geofences and speed limits
Driving habits tracking
Insurance and Rental
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MIMXRT1050-EVK: i.MX RT1050 Evaluation Kit
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The i.MX RT1050 EVK is a 4-layer through-hole USB-powered PCB. At its heart lies the i.MX RT1050 crossover MCU, featuring NXP’s advanced implementation of the Arm® Cortex®-M7 core.
Serial Link Bus
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KIT33660EFEVBE: Evaluation Kit - MC33660, ISO K Line Serial Link
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The KIT33660 evaluation board supports the MC33660, a serial link bus interface device designed to provide bi-directional half-duplex communication interfacing in automotive diagnostic applications.
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TJA1100HN: Evaluation Board, TJA1100HN 100BASE-T1 PHY Transceiver
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The TJA1100HN customer evaluation board is a low-cost hardware development tool which supports the functional evaluation of the TJA1100HN 100BASE-T1 PHY transceiver.
Demo Summary An autonomous vehicle platform leveraging NXP’s new BlueBox engine, and deploying NXP silicon and software solutions at each ADAS node. The system demonstration incorporates the BlueBox central computing engine, together with radar, lidar, and vision sensing, as well as an on-board secure V2X system Local Motors 3D Printed Car and NXP V2X Tech Showcase - YouTube Demo / product features BlueBox—a unique solution designed to help meet the stringent automotive safety, power and processing performance requirements of autonomous vehicle platforms S32V automotive vision and sensor fusion processor LS2085A embedded compute processor Up to 90,000 DMIPS at < 40 W, ISO 26262 supported NXP Recommends Product Link NXP BlueBox https://www.nxp.com/design/development-boards/automotive-development-platforms/nxp-bluebox-autonomous-driving-development-platform:BLBX?&tid=vanBlueBox S32V234 S32V234 Vision Processor | NXP Document Number: https://community.nxp.com/docs/DOC-330366 A20