Arm – Augmented Reality Heads-Up-Display
Abstract: “High-performance real-time systems are becoming increasingly common in several application domains, including automotive, robotics, and embedded. To meet the growing performance requirements of the emerging applications, these systems often adopt a heterogeneous System-on-Chip hardware architecture comprising multiple high-performance CPUs and one or more domain-specific accelerators. At the same time, the applications running on these systems are subject to stringent real-time and safety requirements. Due to the non-deterministic execution model of the compute elements involved and the co-location of the workloads, which leads to contention of the shared hardware resources, designing and orchestrating such applications is particularly challenging. In fact, the demand for novel methodologies, tools, and best practices to assist application designers working on high-performance real-time systems has never been stronger.”
To stimulate innovation in this area, Arm presents an industrial case study from the automotive domain targeting an Arm-based hardware platform. The selected application is an augmented reality heads-up display, which can be considered a representative example of a high performance real-time use case.
The challenge has been presented by Matteo Andreozzi, Giacomo Gabrielli, Giacomo Travaglini, and Balaji Venu from ARM during ECRTS 2022.
The full description of the challenge is available in the ECRTS 2022 proceedings.