How the Manycore architecture can support multiple types of sensors computing needs

The autonomous systems (vehicle, robots, avionics) require extensive usage of sensors. The data fusion is now a problematic that starts to be well understood by the industry. The implementation is the next challenge. How can we manage the complexity of optimizing multiple types of sensor’s computing needs. To address this, we propose a view on the Manycore technology, providing diversity of computation with capability of parallelization and isolation of computation. We will illustrate this with concrete examples from actual use cases.
Release date: September, 2020

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