Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

How to Select the ARM for your design? Overview of TI ARM based processors with example application case studies ARM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Santa Clara,

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "How to Select the ARM for your design? Overview of TI ARM based processors with example application case studies ARM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Santa Clara,"— Presentation transcript:

1 How to Select the ARM for your design? Overview of TI ARM based processors with example application case studies ARM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Santa Clara, CA 10 November 2010 Ram Sathappan Miguel Morales

2 2 TI ARM ® investment and innovation Newest DaVinci solution for flexible, HD video Two ARM Cortex-R4 cores for automotive TI Licenses first ARM core 1995 1st single-chip digital baseband - DSP/ARM multi-core 1st multi-core applications processor, ARM9-based 20022005 *TI first licensee for ARM Cortex- A8 Introduced DaVinci processors for digital video – ARM9-based SoCs 2006 1st ARM Cortex-A8 based silicon 2007 TI Licenses Cortex-A9 * TI licensed in July 2003, but publicly announced Oct 2005. TI has shipped over 5 billion ARM-based products and continues to invest in a large portfolio of scalable platforms from $1 to >1GHz 2009 TI Acquires Luminary Micro TI announces 31 new ARM-based products and introduces Sitara family Stellaris ® Sandstorm Class Stellaris ® Fury Class 2008 Stellaris ® DustDevil Class Stellaris ® Tempest Class Stellaris MCU Fixed/ Floating- Point ARM9 SoC 1993 TMS570F MCU 1st R4F-based floating-point, dual-core auto MCU DaVinci OMAP OMAP3 OMAP OMAP1510 DaVinci TMS570 MCU OMAP OMAP-L138 2010 First licensee of the ARM ® Cortex-A15 MPcore TI introduces the Sitara AM389x platform - industrys fastest single core ARM ® Cortex-A8 based processors running upto 1.5 GHz

3 3 TI ARM -based Processors As one of the top ARM -core licensee in the industry and having shipped over 5 billion ARM-based devices, TI has over the years expanded its ARM processor experience beyond Smartphones.... Offering 6 scalable ARM based Product Lines Stellaris ® Cortex-M3 TMS570 Cortex-R4 Sitara ARM9 & Cortex-A8 Integra ARM9 or Cortex-A8 plus C6000 DSP DaVinci ARM9 or Cortex-A8 plus Media Accelerators OMAP Cortex-A8 Dual Core Cortex-A9

4 4 Advanced Application Platforms Real time control Connectivity Integrated Ethernet with PHY USB ( Device, Host, & OTG ) Ready to use Software libraries Graphics, IEC 60730, IQ Math Open, application-specific dev kits Ideal for applications requiring Up to 512 KB Flash and 96 KB RAM On-chip Ethernet PHY w/IEEE 1588 Integrated ADC, Comparators, LDO, Temp Sensor Motion control PWMs QEI inputs Auto dead-band generation 32-bit external bus interface Embedded control Stellaris® ARM ® Cortex -M3 Connectivity HMI Automation Security Energy Evaluation Development Reference Modules

5 5 TMS570 – a good fit for Transportation & Safety Automotive Safety Systems Avionics Railway High performance real time control using model based development flows Performance in harsh environments Safety certification and high reliability And… Scalability System cost constraints Software re-use and portability Ideal for applications requiring ARM Cortex-R4F floating-point CPU available today up to 160MHz going to 200+MHz Developed specifically for safety critical systems and SIL3 certified by exida Scalable roadmap of embedded Flash MCUs going up to 4MB Support for fast engineering ramp and time to market Safety Critical Features TMS570 – ARM ® Cortex -R4 Offroad Vehicles Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

6 6 Sitara – a good fit for Industrial & Medical embedded computing High performance Using high level operating system Graphics and Display needs Wired and wireless networking And… Software re-use and portability Low power for portable/mobile Ideal for applications requiring Sitara platform consists of ARM926 MPUs High performance ARM Cortex-A8 based MPUs Options 3D graphics Extensive support for high level OS like Linux, WinCE and Android and RTOS (GHS, QNX, WR etc.) Easy to use tools and SDK Embedded computing Sitara – ARM926 & ARM ® Cortex -A8 HMI Point of Service Test & measurement Medical instrumentation Single board computing

7 7 Integra – a good fit for Industrial & Military signal processing Intensive signal processing High precision floating point operations Operating systems support Display and Graphics acceleration High speed interface (IO) Wired and Wireless networking Ideal for applications requiring Integra platform consists of C6000 fixed and floating point DSP with ARM926 or ARM Cortex-A8 based MPUs With optional Graphics accelerators Extensive support for high level OS like Linux, Android, WinCE Easy to use tools and SDK Signal Processing Integra – C6000 DSP with ARM926 or ARM ® Cortex A8 Medical Imaging Equipment Software Radios Avionics/Radar Machine Vision Test & Measurement

8 8 DaVinci – a good fit for Video capture, processing and display Single or Multiple channels of Video encode and decode (VGA to Full HD) Camera and Display needs Wired and wireless networking And… Software re-use and portability Low power for portable/mobile Ideal for applications requiring DaVinci platform consists of ARM926 MPUs with HD media accelerators High performance ARM Cortex-A8 with HD media accelerators Extensive support for high level OS like Linux, WinCE and Android IP netcam & DVR Reference designs Media Processing DaVinci – ARM926 & ARM ® Cortex -A8 with Media accelerators IP Net cameras Digital Video Recorders Video Conferencing Digital Signage Consumer Media

9 9 OMAP – a good fit for Mobile Communications & media apps Portability and mobility Rich applications processing Multimedia performance Rich graphics and display Wireless Wireless connectivity (WiFi, 3G/4G) Long battery life Software re-use and portability Ideal for applications requiring OMAP platform consists of ARM Cortex A8 based application processors Dual ARM Cortex-A9 based application processors With Multi-media and graphics accelerators Support for high level OS like Linux, Android, Symbian, WinCE…. Mobile Communications OMAP – ARM ® Cortex A8 and Cortex A9 Smartphones eReaders eTablets Gaming Devices Navigation Portable Media

10 10 Example Application Case Studies

11 11 Case Study #1 – Point of Sale I want to develop a platform that works from signature pads through automated checkouts: –And they need to be able to reuse software from the signature pad to the full checkout system Stellaris HMI reference designs provide the perfect platform for touch-screen signature pad development Sitara HMI development platform provide the perfect platform for touch-screen display and control for the Self Checkout Stellaris Ethernet and CAN peripherals enable networked connection to the Sitara MPU running the checkout Reuse compatible software between ARM platforms Develop a platform from signature pad…. to … Self checkout

12 12 Case Study #2 – Industrial Control I am designing and building triple redundant, industrial Programmable Logic Controllers. I am looking for floating-point performance and ECC for external DRAM. – Built-in redundancy would be attractive – Safety features are likely to be preferred – Preference for a native floating-point architecture The TMS570 is: –Fully-redundant dual-core –Designed to meet SIL3 certification –Floating-point architecture For Non-safety and Non-redundant PLC or industrial control applications, Stellaris MCU and Sitara MPU with integrated Ethernet and CAN are great options.

13 13 Case Study #3 – Industrial HMI I am designing and Industrial Control Panel (Human Machine Interface or HMI) for industrial machinery and I need the ability to support WVGA to XGA resolution on 7-15 displays running Linux OS with Qt User interface framework –Lower power for vent less enclosure is a must –Integrated LCD controller is a must –2D and 3D Graphics acceleration would be a plus The Sitara MPU provides: –Cortex-A8 MPU with less than 1 W active power –Supports displays upto XGA @ 60 fps referesh rate –Open source and Commercial Linux with Qt framework If your system requires screen sizes smaller than 5 with VGA or QVGA resolution and graphics menus, then Stellaris MCUs would be a great option

14 14 Case Study #4 – Software Radio I am designing and building public safety portable radio for police, fire and other emergency personnel. This is a software radio as it needs to be programmable for different emergency services and needs to support multiple protocols in different frequency bands –Programmable modem capability –Low power for battery operation –MPU for control and display The Integra processor provides: –C6000 fixed or floating point DSP for modem processing –ARM926 or ARM Cortex-A8 MPU for control and display –High speed interface for connection to data converters

15 15 Case Study #5 – Video Surveillance I am designing a multiple camera surveillance system that will be connected over an IP network to a digital video recorder for small and medium businesses. I need ability to process upto 16 channels of video on the recorder and get to market fast with the full solution –Reference designs would be a deal closer –Added software for enabling smart features would be a big plus The DaVinci processor provides: –VGA to HD encoding and decoding –Reference designs for IP netcam and DVR are available –Partner eco-system with advanced object recognition software

16 16 TI offers the complete signal chain for your system designs Power Management Signal Conditioning Temperature Pressure Position Speed Flow Humidity Sound Light The Real World including Analog Signal Conversion to Digital Digital Signal Conversion to Analog Signal Conditioning Display/ Interface Clocks & Timers Embedded Processor TI provides software ranging from drivers, codecs, operating systems and more Wireless Connectivity

17 17 Thank you! Please visit http://www.ti.com/ for more informationhttp://www.ti.com/


Download ppt "How to Select the ARM for your design? Overview of TI ARM based processors with example application case studies ARM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Santa Clara,"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google