Automotive infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are continuously becoming more and more advanced and require ever higher data rates. New communication protocols are therefore being introduced to the market to meet these needs. The customers’ need for larger screens with increased pixel density has created a great need for higher bandwidth, while major challenges in driver assistance and safety require that correct ASIL standards are met. Several manufacturers now supply circuit families to meet these needs, and BMOCon AB provides equipment to test and evaluate systems based on these communication links.
GMSL2 – Analog Devices Inc
GMSL2 (Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link) was developed by Maxim Integrated and is a technology developed to meet customers’ needs for increased bandwidth on video and camera links in an automotive environment. Today, Maxim Integrated is a part of Analog Devices Inc.
BMOCon AB has worked together with Analog Devices Inc and developed support tools to help customers quickly get started with the development of systems containing GMSL2 links.
FPD – Texas Instruments Inc
Developed by Texas Instruments, FPD (Flat Panel Display Link) is another technology developed to meet customer needs for increased bandwidth on video and camera links in an automotive environment.
BMOCon will be able to provide products within FPD in the future. If you have ideas for FPD tools that need to be developed, do not hesitate to contact BMOCon AB to see if something can be done about it. BMOCon is happy to undertake turn-key projects of this kind.