EEMBC Benchmark Targets Heterogeneous Processor Architectures for Automotive Vision, Compute, and Mobile Imaging
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC, pronounced “embassy”) announced its focus on a benchmark targeting the compute-intensive applications commonly implemented on
embedded heterogeneous compute architectures.
The benchmark will utilize real-world workloads that stress highly parallel applications such as automotive surround view and image recognition and mobile augmented reality. This benchmark will help system designers from the automotive, industrial, and mobile sectors select the optimal
processing solution for their applications, and will provide silicon and intellectual property vendors with an equitable method in which to compare and compete with their product offerings.