Overview

Modern vehicles contain multiple acoustic and audio signal-processing systems, all running simultaneously. These systems often interact with each other in unpredictable ways, unless great care is taken to make each subsystem aware of the others. The QNX® Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) eliminates this integration headache by offering a unified approach to managing acoustics in the car, allowing subsystems to work together harmoniously. To further reduce software integration efforts, QNX AMP comes pre-configured with built-in audio-signal routing.

Leveraging the power of the QNX Neutrino® realtime OS, QNX AMP uses a new, low-latency audio architecture that offers realtime, high-performance signal processing on general-purpose application processors with unprecedented time resolution of as low as 1 millisecond. As a result, automakers no longer have to use proprietary digital signal processing (DSP) cores or specialized external hardware to implement compute-intensive acoustics applications.

  • Low latency audio signal processing on application processors
  • Robust, pre-built audio routing
  • Resolves interactions between multiple acoustic functions
  • Extensible, modular and backwards-compatible framework
  • Powerful new tuning, analysis and diagnostic tools.
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Benefits

  • Low latency audio signal processing on application processors
  • Robust, pre-built audio routing
  • Resolves interactions between multiple acoustic functions
  • Extensible, modular and backwards-compatible framework 
  • Powerful new tuning, analysis and diagnostic tools

Technology

The QNX Acoustics Management Platform is now available for preview by automotive manufacturers and suppliers. General release is scheduled for Q3 2016.

Acoustics Modules

The QNX Acoustics Management Platform is now available for preview by automotive manufacturers and suppliers. General release is scheduled for Q3 2016.