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October 2 - Day 3: Using SoC FPGAs as 'C' Implementation Platforms

Modern SoC FPGAs can be used as platforms for 'C' language-based software development to further hide 'hardware' details from the software-centric developer. Tools such as SDK for OpenCL promote software-centric design and result in implementations that exploit both hard CPUs and fabric-based accelerators. An example design for Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) will be used to illustrate the tool flow 'C' based development.

Modern SoC FPGAs can be used as platforms for 'C' language-based software development to further hide 'hardware' details from the software-centric developer. Tools such as SDK for OpenCL promote software-centric design and result in implementations that exploit both hard CPUs and fabric-based accelerators. An example design for Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) will be used to illustrate the tool flow 'C' based development.