A modern vehicle has over 100 million lines of code, more software than is found in a Space Shuttle or the Large Hadron Collider. To make driving decisions, autonomous vehicles use sophisticated software running on the most powerful CPUs ever seen in the automotive industry. Since these processors are pushing the boundaries of hardware performance, reliability has become a concern. The occurrence of hardware and software errors in an autonomous driving system can impact the system’s safety. So how can we mitigate the impact of these errors?
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u blox’s UBX-P3 will accelerate V2X active traffic safety
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Bosch Mondeville and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions collaborate on customized IoT and Industry 4.0 solutions
Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions along with Bosch Mondeville will offer customized Industry 4.0 development and manufacturing solutions for IoT at Electronica.
OneSpin Experts Talk Functional Safety Compliance at DVClub Europe, SemIsrael Expo 2018, 2nd Annual Conference on ISO 26262 to Semiconductor
Three Events Highlight OneSpin's Comprehensive Solutions for Safety-Critical Applications
MagnaChip’s New Automotive-Grade 0.18 micron BCD Process Technology Hits the Market
MagnaChip will now offer Foundry customers a 0.18 micron BCD (Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS) 200V high-voltage process that uses SOI substrates with solid high-voltage.
Newark element14 Further Expands the Depth and Breadth of its Linecard with New Global Franchise Agreements
Newark element14, the Development Distributor, has further expanded the depth and breadth of its linecard by adding a number of new manufacturers to its range. These global agreements with...
STMicroelectronics Brings Semiconductor Solutions for Smart Industry and Smart Driving to Electronica 2018
STMicroelectronics will present its products and solutions for simplifying and making industrial and automotive applications smarter and more efficient at Electronica 2018.
AVX and subsidiaries Ethertronics, AB Elektronik, and ATC to appear at Electronica 2018
AVX Corporation is showcasing its portfolio for automotive, medical, military, aerospace, industrial, and consumer market products at Electronica 2018.
On Semi to showcase automotive power modules at Electronica
On Semi will be presenting on-board electric vehicle charging with power modules at Electronica in Hall C4, Booth 101, November 13-16.
Connected Railways Bring New Efficiencies and Amenities
A secure, unified communications system boosts railway efficiency, lowers costs, and improves the passenger experience. Collecting data leads to new i...
Osram will appear at Electronica to reveal vehicle interior lighting
Osram will be unveiling details of its RGB LED, E4633i, for vehicle interior lighting at Electronica in hall B4, booth 155 from November 13-16 in Munich, Germany.
Renesas Electronics’ Innovative Safety Analysis Tool Simplifies Automotive ISO 26262 Compliance
GUI-based software tool offers automotive system integrators flexibility in evaluating component and/or system compliance to ISO 26262 safety standard.
Bosch launches new automotive system-ICs at Electronica 2018
Bosch will introduce four new system-ICs at Electronica 2018 from November 13-16 in Hall C3, Booth 522.
FABU America, Developer of SoCs for Autonomous Driving, Selects Agnisys IDesignSpec to Create an Executable Design Specification
Agnisys today announced that FABU America, Inc. has chosen its IDesignSpec(tm) software for creating executable design specification. FABU America develops intelligent System-on-Chips (SoCs) for...
GaN Systems will Highlight Their Innovations at Electronica 2018
GaN Systems will appear at Electronica 2018, November 13-16, in Munich, Germany and share key observations and insights on the automotive industry and demo its latest solutions and design tools.
ams’ new image sensor improves image quality for machine vision
New CSG14k image sensor from ams provides 12-bit output in 14Mpixel resolution for use in high-throughput manufacturing and optical inspection applications.
Small Yet Powerful – New SAM HA Family of Devices Simplifies Design of Complex LIN Nodes
Reduces Power Consumption and Optimizes Space in Automotive Applications.
Just in Time - New 8-bit PIC18 K83 Family Improves Response Time to Critical System Events on CAN Network
Core Independent Peripherals Make CAN-Based Designs Simpler and More Cost Effective.
dSPACE Helps Universities Develop and Test Advanced Vehicle Technologies
Facilitating Software Controller Development for the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Students re-engineering a 2019 Chevrolet Blazer dSPACE donating 12 MicroAutoBox II prototyping units
Infineon to demo the agility of Electromobility at Electronica 2018
Per Infineon: Electromobility is being made fit for long distances, drones are coming of age, and robots are becoming agile.
Lextar will exhibit automotive lighting modules at Electronica 2018