2017 AutoSens Brussels

SYCL and OpenCL
September 19, 2017
AutoWorld Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

AutoSens is created by engineers, for engineers

Built on the vision of senior technical experts at automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and delivered by conference experts with a passion for engineering, this is the world’s leading technical summit for ADAS and autonomous vehicle perception technology.

Schedule

Workshop 2: Enabling heterogeneous systems with open standards for ADAS

Date: Tuesday 19 September, 2017
Time: 9.30am – 1.00pm
Led by: Duncan McBain, Staff Software Engineer, Codeplay Software
Fee: €399 + VAT

OverviewWho should attendWorkshop Leader
  • More complex Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are driving more complex solutions including safety applications
  • Heterogeneous systems are making this increase in complexity possible
  • Adopting open standards is essential for offering compatibility and enabling applications
  • Relevant open standards
  • An overview of the OpenCL standard
  • OpenCL Concepts
  • A host view of working with OpenCL kernels
  • Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL
  • Building an OpenCL based solution
  • How SYCL enables machine learning and artificial intelligence for ADAS
  • Building portable performance with power efficiency
  • The future for open standards