ARM Raises Bar for Safety, Determinism - EE Times

PARIS — ARM is rolling out what the company describes as its “most advanced processor for safety.” The new processor, dubbed Cortex-R52, is aimed at automotive, industrial and healthcare applications that demand functional safety. The underlying ...and more »

ARM announces safety-first IoT processor for robots and cars - Inquirer

MICROPROCESSOR DESIGNER ARM has announced a new chip for real-time safety-critical applications when humans come into contact with machines. The Cortex R-52 has been five years in development and is engineered to meet new safety standards ...and more »

This Mobile Giant Is Pushing Into Robots and Self-Driving Cars - Fortune

ARM, the British chip designer that was recently snapped up by Japan's Softbank (sftby, +0.92%) for $32 billion, has announced a foray into the world of autonomous vehicles and industrial robotics systems. The company is best known for having its chip ...and more »

Arm's next chips to drive autonomous cars - Financial Times

Arm, the chip designer that has dominated smartphones, is making a significant move into autonomous driving, with its first major product aimed at controlling driverless cars. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the ...and more »

ARM Announces the Cortex-R52 CPU: Deterministic & Safe, For ADAS & More - AnandTech

Though it didn't attract a ton of attention at the time, back in 2013 ARM announced the ARMv8-R architecture. An update for ARM's architecture for real-time CPUs, ARMv8-R was developed to further the real-time platform by adding support for newer ...and more »

New braking chip will help keep you safe in autonomous cars, ARM says - PCWorld

Autonomous cars don't have the benefit of humans slamming on brakes to avoid accidents; chips will need to swiftly crunch sensor data and algorithms. The new ARM Cortex R52 processor design, announced Monday, will allow self-driving cars to avoid ...and more »

ARM created its Cortex-R52 processor for self-driving cars - VentureBeat

ARM is beefing up its safety technology for the ARM Cortex-R52, a processor designed for self-driving vehicles. The Cambridge, England-based company was recently acquired by Japan's SoftBank for $31 billion. And now it is expanding its chip designs to ...and more »

Synopsys Accelerates Development of Safety-Critical Products with Design Solutions for ARM Cortex-R52 - PR Newswire (press release)

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) today announced broad tool support for designers creating safety-critical SoCs with the new ARM® Cortex®-R52, the first processor based on the ARMv8-R architecture that ARM announced today. Synopsys' design solutions ...and more »

ARM releases Cortex R-52 processor for safety-critical tech - V3.co.uk

ARM has released a new microprocessor designed for real-time applications where safety is critical such as automotive, robotics and healthcare. The new processor, called the Cortex R-52, has been in development for five years and is based on the ...and more »

ARM enables autonomous vehicles with its most advanced safety processor - Firstpost

ARM has launched an all-new safety processor called the ARM Cortex-R52 that comes with advanced safety features. The same has been built from the ground up for use in autonomous vehicles and for medical and industrial robots. The ARM Cortex-R52 ...and more »