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the essential performance evaluation tool for anyone choosing or developing an automotive SoC


BATS is a professional automotive SoC performance evaluation tool. It enables the user to rapidly configure and run complex test scenarios on target systems and analyze results with ease.

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Helps to identify bottlenecks before and during the HMI development. This enables significant savings on time and cost.

Test content includes computer vision, instrument cluster, and IVI workloads. The user can specify the amount and type of concurrent workloads and run these simultaneously in different displays.

Enables you to modify workloads and configurations to perform “what-if” types of scenarios. For example: “How can I ensure that the SoC we choose today will support our production roadmap in the future?

Choice of automotive industry to select and validate the optimal SoC for instrument cluster, IVI and autonomous drive systems. By using BATS, one can greatly reduce risks in R&D and sourcing.

Basemark has a long experience in embedded and mission critical applications. Our expertise in benchmarking, graphics, and compute solutions offer a holistic solution for all levels autonomous drive ecosystem software and hardware development.

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Real-life Workloads

BATS is designed to provide objective data and enable a professional analysis of different SoCs. BATS features real-life workloads for machine vision, instrument clusters, and IVIs. Tests may be run in parallel to make realistic system evaluations for example, could one SoC alone handle both HMI and ADAS functionality? BATS can also demonstrate how many screens, cameras, and algorithms can run simultaneously in a given system.

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Automotive Grade

Basemark has successfully partnered with world’s leading automotive OEMs and Tier 1 companies developing L4/L5 autonomous drive, in-cockpit AR applications, instrument clusters and IVIs for major car OEMs in Europe and North America. This experience coupled with our strong pedigree of building industry standard performance measurement software makes us uniquely qualified to design and implement high quality and relevant automotive SoC evaluation tools.

Get more insights from the benefits using Basemark Automotive Test Suite (BATS)

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Basemark’s HMI Development experts will explain how BATS tool can be used to reduce time and cost in automotive HMI development projects. You have a great opportunity to learn more about how to use BATS, the only benchmarking tool in the market designed for the needs of automotive industry OEMs, Tier-1 suppliers, and SoC & IP companies.

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Targeted Users Groups

  • Automotive OEMs
  • SoC and silicon IP companies
  • Tier1 suppliers

BATS is built using real-world technologies and with the knowhow of Basemark as one of the leading players in HMI and Autonomous Drive (AD) software.

Content of BATS 1.0

  • Orchestrator – a test configuration application for Windows & Linux
  • Test Suites – real world implementations running on the target hardware
    • Machine Vision tests
    • Digital Instrument Cluster rendering tests (Entry, Mid, Premium (preliminary version))
    • Head Unit IVI rendering tests

Full specification is available for interested companies. Click here  to inquire.


BATS supports a wide range of hardware and operating systems. In order to run all the tests in the suite, the following requirements have to be met:

Operating system and hardware with fully compliant support for

  • OpenGL ES 3.1+
  • Vulkan 1.0+
  • OpenGL SC 2.0
  • Open CV 4.0+
  • Open CL 1.2+

BATS is delivered as a C++ source code package with standard binaries including Android and Linux (x86-64, ARM64). Other binary deliverables and environments maybe agreed separately with each customer.

Pricing and Availability

BATS 1.0 is available for licensing. Contact us to get more details about licensing options.


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