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Early In-Vehicle Rear Camera DisplayThis document introduces a method to minimize the time of every boot stage to meet the very fast boot speed needed to display the rear camera in an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) system. The new method includes steps for optimizing the boot loader, fine-tuning the kernel and camera drivers, and optimizing the Tizen* user space. The goal of this paper is to decrease the boot time for the Intel® Atom™ processor E38xx series so that the rear camera is available to the driver as soon as the car is switched into reverse gear. The knowledge and experience used to accomplish this task can be leveraged among the other platforms.Read the full Early In-Vehicle Rear Camera Display White Paper.
First Intel® Atom™ processor-based system-on-chip offers embedded system integration and flexibility.
Enables scalability with Intel® Atom™ processors for cost, compute, or low-power performance options.
Sandeep Gupta of Arizona State University discusses the need for body area sensor network.
Platform overview covers new Intel® Atom™ processor with Intel® NM10 Express Chipset features.
Discusses Intel® Atom™ LEAP* architecture and embedded systems instructions for energy efficiency.