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What is a smart card?
A card that is has embedded integrated circuits�Cmemory and microprocessor�Ccommonly used for identification or financial transactions. Most popular smart cards are credit cards and GSM cards in mobile phones.
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2008-09-25 Linear debuts monitor ICs to drive hybrids, cars
Linear Technology introduces its first monitoring chips that can help in producing long-awaited electric cars, hybrids and other systems based on Li-ion batteries.
2009-09-15 LED suits daytime lights for mid-range cars
Osram's new LED is a high-power ceramic component intended as daytime running lights for mid-range vehicles.
2016-05-18 Kyocera, FotoNation to equip autonomous cars with AI cameras
Intelligent, automotive camera technology would be broadly used in vehicles ranging from high-end models to mass-market cars.
2008-12-23 JV to work on Li-ion batteries for hybrid cars
GS Yuasa Corp. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd have reached a basic agreement to establish a joint venture company that will manufacture, sell and conduct R&D for high-performance Li-ion batteries for applications focusing on hybrid vehicles.
2008-01-30 Japanese hydrogen cars in the works
Addressing the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions to stop global warming, Japanese automakers and energy suppliers are pushing the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles.
2010-04-08 Japan, U.S. cars pack most telematics
Japan and the U.S. automobiles lead in availability of telematics for the 2010 model year, according to iSuppli Corp.'s Infotainment Technology Availability Calculator.
2008-07-23 Infineon powers Chinese hybrid cars
Chinese automobile manufacturer Chang An will supply a number of hybrid-drive cars, powered by Infineon Technologies, as taxis for the athletes and spectators for during the Olympic Games in Beijing this August.
2006-12-05 Infineon develops FlexRay bus system for future cars
Infineon Technologies announced it has started working on next-generation FlexRay standard bus system for high-speed in-vehicle communications.
2010-09-27 In-wheel motor electric cars set to roll in Japan
Japan's SIM-Drive vehicle startup announced that a prototype electric vehicle is scheduled to be unveiled in January, with volume production by Nano-Optonics Energy beginning mid-2013.
2007-11-16 Image sensor packaging slims down for CE, cars
Solid-state image sensors must be packaged to protect against corrosion, mechanical damage and obscuration by dust particles. Current wafer-level packages provide a low-cost, chip-size solution with a total thickness of less than 500m that will also pass stringent automotive reliability standards.
2012-09-14 IEEE: 75% of cars to roll the streets in 2040 will be driverless
The increased use of driverless cars will instigate the transformation of vehicular travel in the next 28 years, sparking changes in intersections, traffic flows, highways and even drivers' licenses.
2012-02-28 Hybrid, electric cars drive automotive display market
Demand for automotive displays is forecasted to grow by about 50 percent in 2015, said NPD DisplaySearch.
2010-04-22 Hitachi, Airbiquity keep electric cars connected
Hitachi Automotive Systems and Airbiquity are joining hands to provide telematics services for electric vehicles globally.
2009-10-14 High-accuracy motion sensor makes smarter cars
ST offers a new motion sensor that provides accurate measurements of vehicle movement for systems such as adaptive front lights, auto-leveling HID (high-intensity discharge) lamps.
2012-07-24 Half of cars will be electric in 15 years, predicts Tesla CEO
Lux Research went against the optimistic forecast by saying that by 2020, less than one percent of new vehicles will be fully electric while Pike Research noted only a one percent forecast.
2009-08-27 Group to plug Ethernet into cars, professional media
A new ad hoc industry group plans to drive standards that could bring Ethernet to new automotive and professional audio/video markets and enhance tomorrow's home networks.
2008-08-28 Green hybrid cars drive change in IC landscape
For years automotive manufacturers have been working on drive technologies intended to reduce the dependency on oil and at improving emissions.
2008-01-18 Green cars to take floor at Detroit auto show
When the public enters the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 19, they'll find cars as green as spring.
2008-08-22 Green cars accelerate growth for automotive MCUs
Rising fuel prices and environmental concerns are accelerating electronic innovations in automotives, with automotive MCUs forecast to hit $6.3 billion in 201250 percent of which will be for "green" optimizations, according to Gartner Inc.
2007-06-19 Graphics SoC targets small TFT LCDs in cars
TAEC has expaned its family of automotive graphics and display controllers with a new SoC targeted at instrument-cluster applications ranging from back-up camera displays to full-size, reconfigurable instrument clusters.
2010-10-13 Google takes autonomous cars on road test
Google says it has been testing self-driving cars with the aim of making roads safer
2008-03-06 GM taps Hitachi Li-ion batteries for hybrid cars
Hitachi has received an order for Li-ion battery systems for GM hybrid-electric vehicles.
2006-09-26 Fujitsu enables one-third image compression rate in cars
Fujitsu Laboratories announced an image compression technology for automotive use that complies with the IDB-1394 standard for in-vehicle digital imaging transmission system networks.
2008-11-14 Freescale, McLaren co-develop brake system for race cars
Freescale Semiconductor and McLaren Electronic Systems (MES) have entered a collaborative initiative to develop next-generation kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) technology for the highest levels of motor racing from 2010 onward.
2007-09-14 Freescale chips drive entertainment in Ford cars
Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX31 applications processors provide Ford 2008 cars with a rugged solution to enable features including hands-free phone operation, voice recognition and high-speed data transfers of voice and media.
2006-11-23 Freescale chip drives 'first' use of FlexRay in cars
Freescale Semiconductor's 32-bit FlexRay MCU ushered the 'first' use of FlexRay technology in BMW's X5 sports vehicle.
2008-09-01 FPGAs qualify for cars, low-power apps
With the entire semiconductor industry in a state of flux and established markets offering little growth, programmable logic (PL) suppliers are exploring new opportunities. One of the promising markets that FPGA and CPLD vendors have been looking into is the automotive sector.
2007-01-09 Ford, Microsoft offer Sync system for cars
Ford Motor Co. and Microsoft Corp. aim to bring computer connectivity to cars via the Sync system, a voice-operated dashboard device unveiled at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
2007-12-28 Ford finds way to fuel cars with hydrogen
Ford Motor has emerged with an autocatalytic reaction scheme involving three hydrides that could someday enable hydrogen to be pumped into tanks as easily as gasoline.
2013-11-21 Ensuring the security of connected cars
Learn about some of the ways to manage data exchange and processing in connected cars.
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