Implementing Monocular Visual SLAM for Augmented Reality in Low-Power Embedded Vision Systems
Presented by Gordon Cooper, Synopsys
Tuesday, February 26, 4:30 - 5:00 PM, Session 7.1 II
This presentation will explain the challenges AR designers face when implementing SLAM in AR applications, offer solutions to reduce system power consumption, and provide a case study that describes how to combine deep learning and evolving SLAM techniques in low-power systems.
Automating Code Reviews by Writing Your Own Program Analysis Rules
Presented by Prof. Dr. Ralf Huuck, Synopsys
Wednesday, February 27, 5:00 - 5:30 PM, Session 6.4
This presentation will present CodeXM, a novel description language to specify coding rules that can be enforced automatically by source code analysis tools. It will explain CodeXM through a number of examples obtained from common embedded and automotive software projects and how it enables quality and security mangers for the first time to specify and automatically enforce deep semantic coding guidelines
400G+ Hyperscale Data Centers with 56G Ethernet PHY IP
Presented by Manmeet Walia, Synopsys
Thursday, February 28, 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Session 10.3
This presentation highlights the 400G Ethernet market trends and explains in detail the shift in Ethernet PHY IP technology to support the increasing data rates for today’s hyperscale data centers.