2016 May
Embedded Vision Summit
Join us at the Embedded Vision Summit to learn about how Synopsys' DesignWare® Embedded Vision Processors can enable you to dramatically increase the accuracy and performance of your embedded vision applications. Listen to presentations to get an understanding of the key challenges in the use of the OpenVX standard for real-life vision applications and the benefits of OpenCL C for developing vision based kernels. Also, be sure to attend our workshop on May 4th to gain practical knowledge on designing key vision applications and their mapping to a leading edge vision processor.
Santa Clara, CA
May 02-04, 2016

Synopsys & SAE Event: Adopt Virtual Hardware ECUs or Be Left Behind
Join experts from Synopsys, semiconductor, tier 1 and OEM companies presenting on new automotive technology trends, solutions and information for electronic system engineering, software development, testing, QA and process/methodology teams. Hear from the Chairman of the ISO 26262 Technical Advisory Group, Joseph Miller, about automotive software safety and how to get it right!
Troy, MI
May 04, 2016

ChipEx 2016
Join Synopsys at ChipEx 2016 to learn about emerging trends and innovative solutions in the Israeli microelectronics industry including Synopsys sponsored tracks on Internet of Things and power optimization.
Tel Aviv, Israel
May 09, 2016

NXP FTF 2016 Technology Forum
Visit Synopsys at pedestals #346 & #347. Synopsys will present its Virtualizer™ Development Kit (VDK), which contains virtual prototypes of automotive specific microcontroller units (MCUs), such as NXP S32V200, enabling automotive designers to start software development, integration and test activities months before hardware is available. And, the Synopsys Software Integrity platform provides advanced solutions for improving the quality and security of software to provide insight into highly relevant defects and vulnerabilities with actionable remediation.
Austin, TX
May 16-19, 2016

Visit Synopsys at Booth #13. SEE Symposium presentations will address all aspects of single-event effects (SEE) in microelectronic and photonic devices, circuits, and systems. MAPLD presentations will explore the use of programmable devices for use in military and aerospace systems with an emphasis on proper operation in extreme conditions at high-altitude and in space.
La Jolla, CA
May 23-26, 2016