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A mysterious “black box” that manages every aspect of the engine is the automobile computer.
An automobile computer, also known as a powertrain control module (PCM), is actually an information processor that converts electrical inputs from system sensors into electrical outputs from system actuators.
The Global Automotive Vehicle Computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Renesas Next Generation Automotive Vehicle Computer VC4 – A Winning Combo Solution with R-Car Ecosystem Partner Support.A complete Renesas chipset forms the foundation of the VC4.
The R-Car S4 is the star of the show, featuring 8 Cortex-A55 cores, 1 Cortex-R52 core, and 2 RH850 G4MH processors that can deliver up to 27K DMIPS of application performance and >5.3K DMIPS of lock step real-time performance.
To ensure low latency code execution on the G4MH cores, it includes an 8MB SRAM. A variety of connectivity is possible within the car thanks to a wide range of automotive interfaces, including an inbuilt 3-port Ethernet Switch, 16x CAN FD, 8x LIN, 4x SENT, 1x FlexRay, and 2x PCIe V4.0.
Along with the robust Renesas PMIC RAA271041 and RAA271005 that offer sophisticated power regulation to support extremely low power operation for always-on, cyclic-run, and suspend-to-RAM modes.
In situations where the battery voltage decreases during cranking transients to as low as 2.5V, the RAA271041 device supports the buck stage.
A 12-bit SAR ADC is built inside the RAA271005 to track external signals. Finally, all devices will have flawless clocking due to the high precision timing devices RC21012 and 5P35023.Using the R-Car S4 with Gateway, Car Server, or Zone Control applications is the ideal approach to test new E/E architectures.
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