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2013-02-19 Employing MOST for driver assistance
Know how MOST can provide an overall optimal system solution meeting the requirements of infotainment and driver assistance as they grow together and face higher bandwidth needs.
2013-10-22 Elmos unveils safety chip with integrated pressure sensor
The E524.40 pressure sensor IC from Elmos is able to detect sudden changes in pressure independent of average ambient air pressure.
2013-11-27 Designing GENIVI-based infotainment systems
Find out how to ensure the development of a top-performing GENIVI infotainment system at the right price.
2016-01-07 Cost-effectively transition to brushless DC motors
Brush-type DC motor solutions can be replaced 1:1 by a BLDC motor system, that on the outside, look like a conventional motor but inside pro- vide all advantages needed to realise intelligent motion control.
2015-07-27 Boost cell monitoring accuracy in energy storage BMS
New and more sophisticated strategies and critical support components are needed to address the many challenges when implementing battery management systems for energy storage.
2016-02-09 Benefits of time-sensitive networking over Ethernet
Learn about the current and emerging automotive technologies that require time-sensitive networking over Ethernet, and know how IP can be leveraged to meet the complex requirements.
2011-10-19 Autosar sol'n improves automotive production
The Autosar Target Production Package integrates MathWorks' Simulink and Embedded Coder.
2013-10-28 ARMv8-R geared for automotive, industrial control apps
The ARMv8-R architecture is intended for real-time embedded processors for use in automotive electronics and other integrated safety and control applications.
2009-10-12 32bit MCUs drive safety applications in cars
Freescale and STMicroelectronics announce a jointly-developed dual-core MCU family aimed at functional safety applications for car electronics.
2008-01-22 Cars still safe in face of electric power failure, say automakers
While airplanes crash in the case of a total electric power failure, cars merely get less comfortabledespite an increasing content of safety-critical electronic systems. At least this is what the automotive industry promises.
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