Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. introduced its digital cockpit solutions with the 4th Generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Automotive Cockpit Platforms. The latest version of the platform bundles advanced computing, machine learning, computer vision, and a suite of sensors into a chip no bigger than a silver dollar.
Utilizing 5nm processing technology, the new digital cockpit platforms provide automakers with the one of the highest performance system-on-chip, allowing the end-consumer to have the latest features and capabilities through over-the-air updates post-deployment and throughout the lifecycle of the vehicle.
The platform supports a variety of technologies, including the typical alphabet soup of acronyms: The Blackberry QNX real-time OS, Linux, and C-V2X technology, the latest iteration of a long-running dream in the connected car world.
Qualcomm said the platform will begin production in 2022. The broad automotive ecosystem can evaluate, demonstrate and develop solutions with the 4th Generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Automotive Development Platform (ADP), which is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2021 (Q2’21).