We are pleased to announce that Codeplay Software has received investment from the Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund to enable Safe AI for Automotive.
ComputeSuite for Automotive is a complete standards-based environment for delivering a roadmap of platforms from ADAS to fully-autonomous driving.
Delivering a range standard programming models (OpenCL™, SYCL™, C++17) on a System-on-Chip to unleash the full potential of your hardware.
ComputeSuite for Application Developers integrates the power of the System-on-Chip to unlock its hardware potential for application developers.
ComputeSuite provides a common standards-based software environment for all of the cores on a System-on-Chip (SoC). Software developers can rapidly deploy applications to maximize the performance and minimize power consumption through exploiting the capabilities of all the cores on an SoC.
ComputeSuite provides software developers with the tools to increase performance and reduce power consumption of their software. By being based on open standards, ComputeSuite ensures maximum flexibility for software developers to deploy on the widest range of platforms now and in the future.
For semiconductor companies wanting to add ISO 26262-compliant computer vision platforms to their roadmaps, ComputeSuite for Automotive will deliver the highest reliability, as demanded in the safety-critical automotive environment.
Renesas Electronics and Codeplay Collaborate on OpenCL™ and SYCL™ for ADAS Solutions
Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Codeplay Software Ltd., experts in high-performance compilers and software optimization for multi-core processing, today announced their collaboration to deliver ComputeAorta™, Codeplay’s OpenCL open standard-based software framework for Renesas R-Car system-on-chips (SoCs).
The framework will be available first on R-Car H3 as a proof of concept, then focusing on R-Car V3M and other R-Car SoCs of the Renesas autonomyTM Platform for advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) and automated driving. The new framework is designed to support software development for the R-Car’s latest image recognition IP, the IMP-X5, a multi-threading core optimized for computer vision and cognitive processing. Codeplay will also provide R-Car with ComputeCpp™, an implementation of the SYCL™ open standard, enabling single source C++ software for high level and object-oriented programming.
The result of this collaboration provides developers with standard software development tools and support for a wide range of open source computer vision or open source deep learning software, such as TensorFlow™ library.
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- Enables support for Vulkan®, SPIR™ and OpenCL™
- Designed to be a easy to use modular toolkit
- Supports multiple architectures (x86, ARM, MIPS and more)
- Built on-top of LLVM, easily customizable
- Based on the SYCL™ open standard
- For developers wishing to build C++ application targeting OpenCL devices
- Growing level of architecture support
- Enables portable algorithm development
- C++17 support with Parallel STL
- Works with TensorFlow™
- Super lightweight header-only library
- Enables performance portability for heterogeneous platforms using C++
- Written using SYCL™ 1.2 to accelerate vision code on OpenCL devices
- Apache Version 2.0 License
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