mobility industry

Siemens Digital Industries Software has partnered with global semiconductor IP firm Arm to address the increasingly complex challenges facing the smart mobility industry.

The two will bring new and innovative IP methodologies, processes and tools together to help automakers, integrators and suppliers collaborate, design and bring to market their next-generation platforms much faster.

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Siemens and Arm will help accelerate the development of platforms enabling advanced driver assistance, in-vehicle infotainment, digital cockpits, vehicle-to-vehicle/vehicle-to-infrastructure and self-driving vehicles.

 Key advances in computing and sensor technology are enabling companies to redefine the mobility industry beginning with the integrated circuits and software within automotive electronics systems.

The combination of Siemens' and Arm's innovative technologies can help automakers and suppliers deliver tomorrow's electronic design and automotive solutions, today.

Using Siemens' PAVE360 with Arm automotive IP, automakers and suppliers can simulate and verify sub-system and system on chip (SoC) designs, and better understand how they perform within a vehicle design from the silicon level up, long before the vehicle is built.

Dipti Vachani, senior vice president and general manager, Automotive and IoT Line of Business, Arm, said: "Developing future transportation solutions requires collaboration across complex ecosystems.

"Arm technology has been deployed in applications across the whole vehicle for more than two decades, and our collaboration with Siemens redefines what is possible in terms of safety-capable, scalable heterogeneous compute. We see this as an important catalyst for the next wave of automotive semiconductor innovation."

"In all we do at Siemens, our goal is to provide transportation companies and suppliers the most comprehensive digital twin solutions, from the design and development of semiconductors, to advanced manufacturing and deployment of vehicles and services within cities," said Tony Hemmelgarn, president and CEO at Siemens Digital Industries Software.