Virtual Platforms and Visualization

Advanced Approaches based on Virtualization and Visualization.

Low Power Design and Verification

How people ensure that their SOCs consume less power (and verify it).

UVM II

New Ideas on UVM (again).

Generating Stimulus

Interesting Approaches for Generating Meaningful Stimulus.

Virtual Prototyping

The latest techniques for Virtual Prototyping.

New Horizons in Functional Verification

How Engineers are tackling the Verification Problems of tomorrow's SOCs.

UVM I

New Ideas on UVM.

SystemC

New twists on SystemC.

TLM

User experiences from simulations based on Transaction Level Modeling.

Using Next Generation Methods of Systems MODELLING and VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING to Revolutionise the Design, Verification and Manufacture of High Value, Complex Electromechanical Products across the Automotive Supply Chain

Panel Background: Vehicle design is an area that is currently undergoing significant transformation – new requirements include autonomous driving, active safety, infotainment, power train and energy source, vehicular connectivity etc. The result of this is that brand new vehicle platforms are being developed, yielding an enormous amount of new system design and integration, all of which could potentially benefit from the application of higher level virtual prototypes of the full platform and integrated systems.

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