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What is car navigation?
Car navigation is generally a satellite navigation system that typically uses a GPS navigation device to acquire position data and locate it in the device's map database. The system can then can give directions to other locations along roads also in its database.
Dead reckoning using distance data from sensors attached to the drive-train, a gyroscope and an accelerometer can be used to increase reliability when there is loss of GPS signal and/or multi-path in urban canyons, tunnels and underground parking lots. Most sensors used for this are usually already present in high-end cars for other purposes like anti-lock braking system, electronic stability control, etc.
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2007-02-26 Freescale processor drives Ford Sync in-car system
Freescale Semiconductor announced that its i.MX31 multimedia applications processor is the engine in the Ford Sync in-car communications and entertainment system.
2006-10-16 Freescale MCU family targets car body electronics
Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled a 16bit MCU family designed for a broad range of cost-sensitive automotive body electronics applications.
2008-01-16 Freescale heads for all-electric car avenue
Paul Grimme, senior vice president and general manager transportation & standards group at Freescale Semiconductor Inc. reveals that Freescale helps automakers simplify overall electronics architectures in the vehicle.
2010-03-05 FPGAs cut system costs in car infotainment apps
Xilinx Inc. has unveiled the Xilinx Automotive (XA) family of Spartan-6 FPGAs optimized for applications requiring high-speed connectivity and high-resolution video performance.
2008-01-14 FPGA-based kit designs smart car subsystems
At last week's CES, Xilinx Inc. has announced immediate availability of the XA ECU Development Kit, based on its low-cost family of automotive-qualified Xilinx XA Spartan-3E FPGAs.
2004-11-01 FPGA co-processors optimize car infotainment, telematics
As entertainment electronics becomes a primary source of differentiation among luxury vehicles, carmakers can rev up their designs with FPGA co-processing.
2008-11-28 FlexRay transceivers up ante for in-car networking
NXP Semiconductors has developed two new FlexRay transceivers that best-in-class electro-magnetic emission for better safety and comfort in cars.
2009-01-15 FlexRay flaunts benefits in Audi car
FlexRay technology provider TTTech Automotive has introduced a FlexRay-based platform for chassis electronics. The pilot project has been developed in cooperation with car maker Audi AG's technology subsidiary Audi Electronics Venture.
2008-10-21 First digital audio amps set to invade car radios
STMicroelectronics has unveiled what it claims to be the first car audio amplifier with digital input.
2009-03-05 Firms team on car infotainment common platform
Auto makers and electronics suppliers have formed an automotive electronics industry alliance to drive the adoption of an open-source car infotainment platform by reducing development cost and time.
2007-06-05 Expanded MCU family eyes car, home audio apps
Renesas Technology America expanded their M16C family of 16bit MCUs, adding 12 M16C/64 group models and 20 M16C/65 group models for car and home audio, as well as industrial apps.
2004-08-18 European car makers skeptical of MS telematics drive
Microsoft Corp.'s latest foray into auto electronics has generated a dual response in the industry.
2008-08-11 EU sets aside frequencies for car-to-x comms
The EU Commission has reserved an EU-wide frequency band for car-to-x communications applications.
2013-08-21 Ethernet to become car's backbone over time
Opinions in the automotive industry are mixed on just how and when Ethernet will be fully utilised in vehicles.
2015-02-25 Ethernet evolves for the connected car era
This article will explore the requirements of tomorrow's automotive networks and how the new 2-wire Ethernet PHYs currently under development will meet them.
2007-03-16 Enhance car electronic test with LXI
System designers responsible for testing automotive electronics require architectures that can maximize performance, minimize cost and plan for the future. A good example is the LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation (LXI) solution.
2013-02-28 Emerging tech to drive car IC growth, says analyst
IC Insights said new car technologies that go beyond touchscreens, satellite radio and voice-activated GPS commands will soon begin to appear in many more new car models.
2010-02-03 Electric car ICs to become $7B market by 2020
An IMS Research report states that the value of semiconductors in an electric vehicle drivetrain is not only higher than in a conventional vehicle drivetrain, it is over 10x higher,
2008-05-27 EC pitches car systems upgrade to cut road mishaps
The European Commission disclosed plans to develop advanced braking systems and hi-tech tires obligatory on cars and trucks cut reduce road deaths and greenhouse gas emissions.
2008-08-29 Dual-core processor enhances car navigation processing
Renesas has launched a new SH7786 dual-core processor fabricated with a 65nm process for high-performance multimedia equipment such as car navigation systems.
2009-02-06 Dual operating modes define car senor
The A1386 from Allegro MicroSystems Europe is a user-programmable linear Hall-effect sensor IC targeted at applications in the automotive market requiring flexibility and accuracy in absolute position sensing.
2011-07-15 Dual HS-CAN transceiver simplifies car networking design
NXP’s TJA1048 is targeted at engine, body control and gateway applications that use multiple HS-CAN networks and require a low-power mode with wake-up capability via bus.
2008-07-16 Door zone devices improve car comfort, convenience
In modern vehicle doors, the control of various loads and functions is realized increasingly by using smart power semiconductor devices. The quantity of the functions to be controlled has been constantly increasing during the last few years, and different loads have been integrated inside the electronics.
2006-07-07 Dominant's LED tech improves car safety
Dominant Semiconductors announced its high-power LED technology is used in the lamps of the Identiy i1 concept car.
2006-11-02 Digital position sensor targets car steering apps
TT electronics BI Technologies Electronic Components Division has developed a digital angular position sensor (DAPS) for automotive steering applications.
2011-11-28 Designing a universal car charger
Understand how to create a negative power supply using a switching regulator (buck).
2007-04-02 Design strategies for car door modules
This article discusses an effective strategy to drive the loads of a door module.
2007-07-25 Demand in car, CE markets to drive MEMS revenues
Frost & Sullivan reported that revenues from the MEMS sensors market will reach $4.2 billion in 2012, due to demand from the automotive electronics and CE markets.
2007-07-27 Debugger supports Infineon's car safety MCUs
A German tool vendor has developed a new debugger that supports the safety-critical features of Infineon's new XC2300 car MCU family.
2012-12-18 Cu current collector sheds light on car battery life
A team from OSU found that over time, Li accumulates beyond the battery electrodes, in the copper current collector, which eases electron transfer between electrodes and the car's electrical system.
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