Lattice Semiconductor, a low-power programmable provider, announced that its award-winning Lattice FPGAs will enable advanced driver experiences on Mazda Motor Corporation’s new CX-60 and CX-90 models. They are Mazda’s first available plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).
The Mazda crossover SUVs leverage an interface bridging solution based on multiple low-power Lattice FPGAs, providing safety-critical Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) side radar applications made by Furukawa Electric, including a wider detection range, improved detection accuracy, and spatial recognition performance, without sacrificing vehicle performance.
“We are proud to partner with Mazda, a leading innovator in the automotive industry, on these important safety applications,” said Jerry Xu, president of APAC, Lattice Semiconductor. “This is a great example of the types of exciting new driver and passenger experiences we enable with our portfolio of automotive-grade FPGA solutions that offer best-in-class low power consumption, security, reliability, and performance.”
“As we continue to strive for excellence in creating vehicles that protect and empower drivers, we look forward to shaping the future together with Lattice by providing our customers with safe and secure driving,” added Michihiro Imada, executive officer in charge of Integrated Control System Development of Mazda.
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