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2015-06-26 Freescale-NXP sees potential in secure IoT MCUs
The NXP CEO hopes to combine its security expertise and success in automotive infotainment with Freescale's broad MCU portfolio to create a range of chips for connected devices
2011-03-09 Ford unveils Sync voice control system
Sync brings significant computing power into vehicles by providing a simple to use interface between the driver and the car's infotainment system, including CE devices connected to the vehicle's head unit.
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
2004-01-13 CSR Bluetooth powers Saab cars
Cambridge Silicon Radio's (CSR) BlueCore Bluetooth silicon has been selected by car-maker Saab to supply Bluetooth wireless technology to its 9-3 models
2008-06-11 Bluetooth automotive kit tackles interoperability challenges
Mindtree Ltd. has unveiled a Bluetooth automotive software development kit addressing the dual challenges of interoperability and dynamic specifications in automotive infotainment and personal navigation devices
2012-11-15 Automotive-grade memory cards showcased by Micron
Micron's automotive eMMC 4.41-compatible devices have ramped up the volume production for automotive OEMs and leading car makers
2014-10-15 Automotive communication backbone: MOST vs Ethernet
Read about the battle between MOST, the de facto standard used as the infotainment backbone in vehicles, and Ethernet, the standard used for the IT infrastructure in the consumer/commercial world
2008-12-23 Auto entertainment middleware solution rolls
QNX Software Systems has released for commercial availability its Aviage Multimedia Suite ver 1.1.0, an automotive-grade middleware solution used by Tier 1 automotive suppliers to build head units, rear-seat entertainment systems, multimedia radios and other infotainment products for the automobile
2014-03-06 Apple to integrate smartphone apps in cars
Apple debuted CarPlay, a tool that brings the iPhone user interface to the automobile dashboard, allowing drivers to easily control iPhone apps from the car's native interface
2010-11-05 A*STAR funds new automotive projects
The Singapore consortium welcomes eight new members to research car communications and safety; connected car and infotainment; precision engineering and materials; electronics; and electric vehicles.
2015-01-08 Intel Atom processors gain graphics, virtualisation support
Green Hills Software announced its INTEGRITY real-time operating system and INTEGRITY Multivisor virtualisation support for the Intel Atom processor E3800 product family to improve car electronics
2015-12-09 What drives the new NXP?
If the deal is designed to expand scope, the merged company will not just add new product lines but will also provide access to a new set of customers, building strategies behind the combined products.
2007-03-01 Users, not gizmos, should drive design
Developers for the consumer market should worry less about wowing users with gizmos and features, and more about how consumers actually use the devices.
2008-03-14 UI must go beyond skin deep
Dan Dodge of QNX Software Systems notes that designers must work closely with users to gauge which mode of interaction (or which combination of modes) works best and then fine-tune the interface accordingly.
2011-11-08 TI exec discusses Omap future
TI sees the future of mobile applications processors as capable of handling neuro, fuzzy-based and even humanistic intelligence.
2014-05-13 Test instruments advance fool-proof user interfaces
Innovations in test equipment do not only feature improved accuracy and sensitivity, but also better and more intuitive user guidancewith touch screen interfaces and Internet-accessible measurements.
2012-04-03 Tech experts to speak at EDN Asia's ESS in Penang and Singapore
The ESS is an interactive training platform for engineers to learn of the latest in-demand embedded design methodologies and tools, attracting hundreds of design engineers in the region.
2006-04-12 RISC processor integrates display controller
Toshiba announced the availability of the TX4961XBG-240, a 64bit RISC processor with integrated graphics and display controller
2003-12-03 QuickLogic purchases IP cores from Quest Innovations
QuickLogic Corp. has acquired a number of IP modules from Netherlands-based Quest Innovations B.V.
2008-06-27 Programmable tool handles image, signal processing
The folks at Agility Design Solutions have announced the availability of their new RC240 programmable development and prototyping platform.
2002-02-15 Philips rolls out fully integrated telematics processor
Claimed to be the market's first fully integrated telematics processor, the SAF3100 combines a main microcontroller with a 12-channel GPS baseband and dual 14-bit ADC that enables connection to a gyroscope for dead-reckoning.
2008-05-14 Multicore audio DSPs tout low cost, high performance
Freescale Semiconductor has released the low-cost and high-performance Symphony multicore DSP56720 and DSP56721 DSPs, designed to meet demand for increased memory and performance in audio applications.
2012-08-03 Movea obtains $8M from Intel Capital
Movea plans to focus this round of funding on the development of new motion sensing and data fusion technologies targeting consumer electronics, sports and fitness and eHealth applications.
2003-05-05 Microsoft rolls out new automotive platform
Microsoft solidified its telematics offering by releasing a new automotive software package that incorporates Bluetooth and speech recognition capabilities.
2004-06-07 LG Electronics to invest $25.3B in R&D
LG Electronics Inc. is set to invest $25.3 billion to strengthen its R&D. The company will be increasing its R&D investment annually.
2008-12-01 Is Intel working on industrial-, automotive-grade Atom?
The world's largest chipmaker Intel Corp. is developing a variant of its Atom processor for use in harsh environments such as automotive applications, according to a report.
2008-07-28 Intel takes a slice of SoC market
Intel has unveiled plans for its SoC product line, most of which will be based on the Atom, its low-power processor designed for portable applications.
2009-07-23 Intel finalizes Wind River acquisition
Intel Corp. has successfully completed its acquisition of Wind River Systems Inc.
2007-04-26 Fujitsu's 'Jade' targets automotive graphics apps
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) has announced MB86R01 'Jade,' the first device in its new family of graphics controllers aimed at high-end embedded automotive graphics applications.
2004-07-22 Frontier outlines T-DMB solution
Frontier presented product development plans for T-DMB that includes the introduction of T-DMB solutions based on its Chorus multimedia processor.
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