Certified, highly sophisticated control algorithms for ADAS – Floating between Gauss and Cholesky

  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • Autonomous Driving



Recording of Learning Connection Webinar from March 21, 2024.

Interested in highly sophisticated controllers? Don't know how to get certified production code for that?
Model your control algorithms for ADAS/AD or SDV and let TargetLink generate the corresponding certifiable production code.

In this learning connection we show you what you should consider when working with floating point in embedded systems. We introduce TargetLink’s new SOLE Solver block, which can be used to solve systems of linear equations instead of calculating an inverse matrix. We use the SOLE Solver block to model a Kalman Filter and present advantages and disadvantages of needful mathematical constructs.

  • Highly sophisticated control algorithms for ADAS
  • Generate certifiable production code for highly sophisticated control algorithms
  • Example: Kalman Filter
  • Why not to use the Matrix Inverse
  • Solve System Of Linear Equations (SOLE)
  • Floating point in embedded systems
  • Demonstration of TargetLink´s new SOLE Solver block  


Alina Girod

Alina Girod

Software Developer TargetLink, dSPACE GmbH

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