Achieving High Performance Video Processing in Automotive Infotainment Systems
Automotive, Industrial & Functional Safety
50-Minute Technical Session
Audience Level: Intermediate
Best-in-class automotive infotainment systems must be backed by high performance video processing. In this session, Ittiam examines the challenges of high performance video processing, and provides efficient design principles to address these challenges in processors/SoCs without dedicated video decoding hardware. As part of the session, we demonstrate how split architectures help drive improvements in the video processing pipeline, significantly reducing CPU utilization and thereby enabling support for advanced video formats like HEVC and VP9.
Participants of this session can gain in-depth insights into the use of scalable designs that use split architecture to drive high performance video processing at reduced CPU utilization, in automotive infotainment systems. They can also understand the benefits of using graphic co-processors and OpenGL interfaces for efficient video post-processing.