Automotive

  • The software development lifecycle continues as long as connected cars are on the street

    Connectivity changes the notion of the development process ending when a product is launched, or even when its production is ended.

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  • DENSO and BlackBerry develop integrated automobile HMI platform

    DENSO and BlackBerry develop integrated automobile HMI platform

    The integrated HMI platform will enable a system which cooperates and coordinates various HMI products, such as display and sound, inside the automobile cockpit.

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  • Cruden dSPACE integration package combines HIL and DIL simulations

    Cruden dSPACE integration package combines HIL and DIL simulations

    Cruden’s dPSACE integration package allows automotive research and development teams to align the processes and platforms of their DIL and HIL test departments.

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  • The dawn of down-to-earth AI: Smart tech we’ll see at CES 2018

    The dawn of down-to-earth AI: Smart tech we’ll see at CES 2018

    Here’s a look at the innovative and interesting products that will garner attention at CES this year, and the technology that enables them.

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Top Tech to Watch for at CES 2018

    The Embedded Insiders' inboxes are already overflowing with CES 2018 meeting requests, and unfortunately there's not enough time to meet with everyone.

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  • Over-the-air automotive updates save millions in recall costs

    Electronics has grown to be the leading cause of automotive recalls and warranty repairs. Some automakers are suggesting that the growing complexity of electronics will soon contribute more than 35%.

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  • Where the software meets the road: Certifying the safety of self-driving cars

    How do you prove a vehicle can safely operate autonomously? You might not be able to as the systems are currently envisioned. So are self-driving car efforts doomed before they really begin?

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  • Camera modules, multi-channel imaging mark key trends in ADAS design

    Camera modules, multi-channel imaging mark key trends in ADAS design

    The automotive imaging sector has started adopting the modular solutions that allow designers to mix and match image sensors, image signal processors, and long-distance serializer modules.

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  • EnSilica's RADAR Imaging Co-processor addresses problem of automotive data overload to accelerate development of self-drive cars

    EnSilica's RADAR Imaging Co-processor addresses problem of automotive data overload to accelerate development of self-drive cars

    EnSilica has announced a key innovation that will help the rapid development of autonomous cars. Its eSi-ADAS(tm) RADAR Imaging Co-processor will accelerate the commercialisation of autonomous...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Who's in the ADAS Driver's Seat?

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Who's in the ADAS Driver's Seat?

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  • More than mobile: MIPI moves on ADAS, other automotive interfaces

    More than mobile: MIPI moves on ADAS, other automotive interfaces

    Matt Ronning and Uwe Beutnagel-Buchner of the MIPI Alliance’s Automotive Birds of a Feather Group discuss how the family of interface standards has evolved and their value prop for next-gen vehicles.

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  • Code analyzer automatically applies AUTOSAR Adaptive C++14 guidelines

    The PRQA AUTOSAR Compliance Module is the first commercially available static code analysis tool to automatically apply the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform’s new C++14 Coding Guidelines.

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  • Connectivity puts precision into automotive positioning

    Connectivity puts precision into automotive positioning

    The connected car uses wireless more accurately than you think in advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) applications. Like, down to the centimeter.

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  • Improve response time to critical system events on CAN networks with 8-bit MCU featuring Core Independent Peripherals

    The PIC18 K83 family makes CAN-based designs simpler and more cost effective

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  • The push to process vehicle sensor data

    The push to process vehicle sensor data

    There are many semiconductor vendors and technologies jockeying for position in the race to process vehicle sensor data.

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  • Exploring the software-enabled transformation of car audio

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  • Revolutionizing the user experience with a sense of agency

    Revolutionizing the user experience with a sense of agency

    Research shows that the human sense of agency becomes stronger or weaker depending on which senses are used in an action. Haptic feedback provides a stronger sense of agency than visual feedback.

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  • Advanced image sensors take automotive vision beyond 20/20

    Advanced image sensors take automotive vision beyond 20/20

    Semiconductor vendors are looking for the next big growth market. That increasingly appears to be the automotive sector, where autonomous drive presents an enormous opportunity to sell in high volumes

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  • LTE is key to the future of M2M communication

    LTE is key to the future of M2M communication

    As the IoT grows and matures, numerous wireless protocols are jockeying for position in the arena of M2M communication. The most qualified one today is one you may not have expected – LTE.

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  • Powerbox announces advanced marine power supply and platform for immersed computers

    Powerbox, one of Europe's largest power supply companies and a leading force for four decades in optimizing power solutions for demanding applications, has announced the launch of its second...

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