- NXP GoldBox for Vehicle Networking
NXP addresses the design challenges of future vehicles by introducing a HW and SW platform that is a combination of SoCs, differentiated through programmable accelerators, with firmware, drivers and integrated solutions, all optimized for features and performance.
In this session, we will provide insights into the implementation of the Connected EV Management System based on the NXP GoldBox based on the S32G vehicle network processor for service-oriented gateways and the GreenBox based on the S32S for propulsion domain control, along with the key software and cloud technologies from AWS, and how they all work together to provide value propositions for connected EVs.
This session introduces a new vehicle integration platform for S32G vehicle network processors that provides value for NXP customers and partners.
Explore the vehicle gateway market and new applications for vehicle network processing, including the S32G architecture, trends and key features.
Emergent machine learning (ML) technologies offer significant benefits for various in-vehicle use cases, such as Predictive Maintenance, Remaining Useful Life, Usage-Based Insurance, Battery Management, Energy Management, and more.
This session explores the journey of data from the vehicle networks to the service-oriented gateway and to the cloud while identifying the value propositions and new services that they will fuel in the future.
In this session, you will hear about the challenges in the in-vehicle security world and the various considerations when implementing CAN and Ethernet network IDPS solutions on the NXP S32G.
The new S32G vehicle integration platform (GoldVIP) plus S32G2-based hardware designs offer many new capabilities to help accelerate software and hardware development.
This session provides in depth training on the PFE and LLCE hardware accelerators in the S32G networking gateway and illustrates common use cases and features of the PFE.
This technical session addresses usage of IEEE 1588 protocol for time distribution in automotive networks using the NXP S32G platform.
Explore NXP solutions for service-oriented gateways and connectivity to drive new connected vehicle capabilities and business opportunities.
Learn how your automotive system design based on S32G processors can benefit from a standards-based data-centric approach; leveraging the distributed connectivity of DDS while retaining the TSN network-level assurances in reliability, predictability, and flexibility.