To examine RISC-V driven breakthroughs in EV and smart vehicles, the 2022 RISC-V Taipei Day will take place in September.

The automotive MCU market is expected to develop faster than other MCU applications, with global MCU sales expected to reach $21.5 billion in 2022, according to semiconductor research firm IC Insights. The desire for safer and more intelligent driving has grown in the automotive sector, which has also spurred interest in RISC-V architecture-based semiconductors. The adoption of RISC-V based processor IP in smart and automotive electronic system solutions has increased significantly in 2022, according to the RISC-V Taiwan Alliance.

For their smart and electric vehicle (EV) systems, large corporations from global giants like Intel and Renesas to Taiwanese CPU makers like Andes Technology have introduced CPU IP or MCU chips based on RISC-V architecture. Today, many manufacturers use the RISC-V architecture to create MCU chips for smart and electric vehicles that are high frequency, high performance, and low power using.

MCU development and efficiency are improved with the advent of the RISC-V architecture in smart and electric vehicles.

The new Mobileye EyeQ Ultra, a microprocessor made for Level 4 autonomous driving, was introduced by Intel at CES 2022. With 12 RISC-V cores, an Arm GPU, and a DSP, it aims to provide Level 4 autonomous driving in automobiles, especially with the help of a 176 TOPS AI accelerator. Andes Technology, which made its announcement in February 2022, became the first RISC-V vendor to be recognized as complying with ISO 26262 criteria for the creation of automotive functional safety processor cores after passing the SGS-TUV Saar assessment. Renesas, a global MCU leader, declared in March and April 2022 that it will collaborate with Andes Technology and SiFive to provide the following generation of premium RISC-V solutions for automotive applications.

Due to its suitability for a number of crucial tasks, such as the ASIL-D rated controller and secure coprocessor, AI accelerators, automotive instruments, low power radar, automotive ECU (electric control unit), automotive touch panels, high-speed EV charger, and GaN based advanced electric vehicle battery charger controller, motor drive controller, etc., RISC-V based architecture is becoming more and more popular in automotive systems. Automotive chips have become one of the most in-demand chip kinds as the use of electric and intelligent automobiles increases.

Speakers from leading businesses are invited to the 2022 RISC-V Taipei Day to talk about the use and advancement of electronic modules in electric and intelligent cars.

Automotive MCU growth is exceeding most other end-use categories this year, according to IC Insights, which predicts that global microcontroller sales will rise 10% in 2022 to reach an all-time high of US$21.5 billion. The potential market for RISC-V in automotive applications will develop as a result of the MCU market’s general expansion.

The 2022 RISC-V Taipei Day will be place on September 15, 2022, and it will be centered on the subjects of EVs and smart cars in order to take advantage of this expansion. Speakers from RISC-V International, Intel, Andes Technology, SiFive, Imagination, Microchip, DIGITIMES, and other global leaders in the RISC-V ecosystem will be invited to the event. The presenters will go through the cutting-edge RISC-V architecture ideas used in automotive applications. The event intends to hasten the development of novel and varied RISC-V applications in automotive electronics by leveraging the rapid development and flexibility of RISC-V architecture.

Drive into the Future with RISC-V Inside at 2022 RISC-V Taipei Day
September 15, 2022, 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. (GMT 8)
Hybrid event format (livestreaming online plus on-site conferences and exhibits)
The following organizations organized the event: SEMICON Taiwan, RISC-V Taiwan Alliance (RVTA), RISC-V International, Taiwan IoT Technology and Industry Association (TwIoTA).
Chinese is spoken on-site; English is spoken online
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China accelerates thanks to RISC-V advancements, according to a DIGITIMES Asia Perspective of IC 50 article.
*The event’s organizers reserve the right to make last-minute changes to the schedule. On the day of the forum, kindly pay attention to the schedule.
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