Automotive World Tokyo


15th Automotive World 2023 in Tokyo has officially ended.

Our team demonstrated Xylon’s demo utilizing the Dynamic Function eXchange (DFX) technology at AMD-Xilinx’s K.K. booth.

Automotive World Tokyo

We often write about the DFX technology and get inquiries from people who want to better understand what it enables.

For basic info, please check out our flyers:
English version
Japanese version

Also, have a look at the clip recording of Marko Vidović, Xylon’s ADAS director explaining the demo:

Here are a couple of usage examples:

  • Using a small programmable chip to accommodate the logic needed for a specific ADAS application. Xylon shows the swap between a parking assistance 360 camera and driver monitoring
  • Changing HW accelerators in a programmable chip sitting in the data center’s acceleration cards, whether for loading different video encoders/decoders or for inserting a mathematical algorithm that speeds up stock exchange data flow
  • Switching of telecom protocols in all-time-running equipment in communication centers
  • Re-programming of an orbital device to interface newly arrived IO module
  • Etc.

All of that in smaller, less costly and less power-hungry chips! Remember, Xylon offers in-house expertise and full design framework for those who want to develop by themselves.

Learn more about the DFX design framework: