Automotive

  • Excelfore optimizes OTA updates with adaptive delta compression

    Excelfore optimizes OTA updates with adaptive delta compression

    The engine optimizes compression of software updates for OTA delivery within the particular environment of the automotive industry.

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  • Issues facing automotive software developers

    Software issues facing developers of automotive software

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  • Autoliv partners with global automaker on radar for autonomous driving

    As a leading automotive manufacturer in the race to bring more automated and ultimately autonomous vehicles to the market, Autoliv is recognized for its commitment and unique strength in ADAS...

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  • Resolving power issues in smart charging automotive systems

    Resolving power issues in smart charging automotive systems

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  • ISO 26262 a Pain in the ASIL?

    ISO 26262 a Pain in the ASIL?

    There is an ever-widening range of automotive electrical and/or electronic (E/E/PE) systems such as adaptive driver assistance systems, anti-lock braking systems, steering and airbags.

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #27 – The Vicious Cycle of Electric Vehicles

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #27 – The Vicious Cycle of Electric Vehicles

    Why haven't hybrid and electric vehicles been more successful? Can embedded power and analog components help?

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  • Analysis and Development of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems: The Need for an Integrated Toolkit

    Analysis and Development of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems: The Need for an Integrated Toolkit

    With an automated and integrated system modeling toolkit from ANSYS, a simple step-by-step process enables you to make immediate changes to a system that are compliant with ISO 26262.

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  • Automotive Grade Linux moving beyond infotainment with a hypervisor architecture

    Automotive Grade Linux moving beyond infotainment with a hypervisor architecture

    Automotive Grade Linux is making waves amid Toyota's announcement that its 2018 Camry will run AGL software in its infotainment system.

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  • The Cavalry has arrived for automotive cybersecurity. What's next?

    The Cavalry has arrived for automotive cybersecurity. What's next?

    After the publication of Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek's remote commandeering of a Jeep's CAN bus brought national attention to the issue of automo...

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  • Manage and update your vehicle fleet remotely and (more importantly) securely

    If I had to pick one technology that got more than its share of attention at CES, it would be automotive. The products and technologies that were on d...

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  • V2X technology makes cars safer

    The software needed to operate a sophisticated new car can contain upwards of a hundred million lines of code - fifteen times more than the new Boeing...

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  • Top tech to watch at CES 2017: Building blocks for autonomous drive

    It's hard to believe, but once again it's time for the most exciting (and exhausting) show of the year - the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2017...

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  • Monitoring nefarious people with offender tags

    Stretching back to Medieval times the "Go directly to jail, do not pass Go, do not collect $200" approach to offender processing was all that existed....

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  • IoT Roadshow, San Jose - Redpine Signals: Have your car talk to mine

    I recently spent some time with Redpine Signals, a San Jose, Ca.-based company that focuses on ultra-low power and high-performance products for next-...

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  • Fear of pushing the battery packs, or not

    Battery technology has improved, there's no arguing that. However, it's not improving at nearly the same rate as other areas of technology, including...

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  • QNX Platform for ADAS takes V2X to the streets ... inside Las Vegas Convention Center

    I wasn't expecting to see a V2X demonstration inside the Las Vegas Convention Center, but QNX Software Systems pulled it off. In the LVCC's North Hall...

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  • Renesas Autonomous Driving Development Platform accelerates driverless functions at CES 2016

    The most rewarding part of attending CES is the interactive demos, hands down. One of the most intriguing demos this year was courtesy Renesas, where...

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  • Microchip "does the math" in converter IC for thermocouple design

    At Sensors Expo earlier this year I had the chance to sit down with John Austin, Product Marketing Manager with Microchip's Analog and Interface divis...

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  • ST surges in automotive and wearables

    ST surges in automotive and wearables

    Okay, this briefing actually happened the day before CES officially opened to the public, but I'm sure you'll give me a pass. Bob Krysiak went through...

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  • NXP advances 77 GHz and the plug n' play smart home

    NXP advances 77 GHz and the plug n' play smart home

    NXP Semiconductor occupied a portable in the show's central plaza, and inside I found out why. The company was exhibit-ing a range of technology, from...

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