fiXtress Optimizes Schematic Testing in ADAS Systems

RISHON LE'ZION, Israel --- BQR, reliability-and-maintenance engineering solutions provider for the EDA market, announces that Mobileye, a leader in autonomous driving technologies, uses BQR fiXtress ASR (Automatic Schematic Review) for optimizing ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) schematic testing.

FiXtress ASR serves as a Rule Based Verification System, automatically detecting schematic design errors based on component parameters and rules. Typical engineering practices include a complex design review process. fiXtress ASR automates this procedure, performs more effective checks, and verifies proper implementation of the reference design as recommended by chip manufacturers. The fiXtress testing checks the inter-connection of chips according to a sequence of rules, such as the interconnection of a Mobileye ASIC to LPDDR4 memory chip.

For engineers' convenience, fiXtress is integrated with Cadence Allegro and OrCAD, Mentor and Altium design tools. It uses the BOM and Netlist along with component libraries, enabling verification of the vehicle manufacturer's design in a few moments.

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