Matrix Algebra and Kalman Filter accelerators

Intigia is a design company specialized in IP cores and SoC design for safety critical applications
Our IP cores are written in human readable HDL code and vendor independent

Intigia’s engineering team has a long track record in IP cores and SoC design for FPGA and ASIC projects. We provide a comprehensive portfolio of design services to enable our clients to deliver optimal, cost effective and energy efficient radio solutions.

Our Kalman Filter hardware accelerators are based on our efficient IP cores for matrix operations. All of our IP cores are vendor independent and written in human readable HDL code.

Using our hardware accelerators in System on Chips balancing software and hardware reduces the execution time of Unscented Kalman Filter a 60% with only one hardware accelerator.

Kalman Filter accelerator is used in combination with our Digital Signal Processing IP cores for Software Defined Radio for radar detection in ADAS systems (automotive) and to detect obstacle in mobile robotics and drones applications.

Ask us about compliance with functional safety standards for automotive (ISO 26262), aviation (DO254) or space (ECSS).

Our portolio includes:

  • Matrix algebra based on BLAS library
  • Covariance calculator
  • Matrix decomposition: Cholesky, LU, QR, SVD
  • AXI4 DMA cores for data moving
  • Integration of third-party IP cores.
  • Radar detection in ADAS
  • Obstacle detection in mobile robotics and drones applications
  • and many more

Intigia is a proud member of Xilinx Alliance. We have many years of experience implementing IP cores on Xilinx devices (Virtex, Spartan, Kintex 7, Kintex Ultrascale, Zynq 7 and Zynq Ultrascale), on other FPGA vendors (Lattice, Microchip, Intel) and ASICs.

Our methodology is designed to minimize pitfalls and risks early in the project while our automated quality assurance processes ensure to deliver steadily minimizing iterations. We can adapt to each project needs from agile project management to safety critical standards (DO-254, ISO 26262, ESCC).

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