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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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2014-07-30 Accelerate ADAS dev't with radar signal analysis
Radar allows fast and clear-cut measurement of the velocity and distance of multiple objects under any weather conditions, making it an enabling solution for automated driving.
2008-02-15 ABI: Mobile handsets to enter navigation markets
Over the next years, mobile handsets will play an increasingly important role in portable navigation markets, with handset-based navigation devices reaching an annual sales volume of over 96 million units by 2012, according to ABI Research.
2007-06-21 ABI: $400M market awaits car head-up displays in 2012
A new research brief from ABI Research said that head-up display (HUD) solutions are available in growing numbers and will comprise a $400 million market by 2012.
2009-10-06 ABI sees GPS IC shipment rebound in 2010
While GPS IC shipment growth slowed during 2009, next year should see a 30 percent increase in shipments, according to ABI Research.
2010-02-16 ABI sees continued PND shipment slowdown
Growth in PND shipments will continue to slow, stagnating at 48 million by 2015, with the Asia Pacific market posting strongest growth with more than 10 million shipments.
2014-02-03 A*STAR, China firm ink joint lab deal to push clean EV tech
A*STAR's Institute for Infocomm Research and BYD teamed up to develop electric vehicles with autonomous vehicle sensors to advance clean technology in Singapore's smart transport system.
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.
2015-11-03 5G mobile systems roadmap to allow faster deployment
The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly detailed technical performance requirements for radio systems to support 5G, in collaboration with industry and national and regional standards organisations.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2009-02-06 3D sensor moves from car to CE
Emerging consumer electronics applications have prompted smart 3D sensor chip maker Canesta Inc. to adapt its 3D CMOS image technology from automotive applications to a new consumer version of its 3D image processing chip.
2013-04-02 3D printed generators recycle waste heat into energy
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute found a way to use 3D printed Thermoelectric generators inside large power stations to covert the produced heat into electrical power.
2011-06-20 3D merges chip production routes
As advanced processes accompany the shrinking of devices per Moore's law, another section of the industry is running on more relaxed design rules with older fabs. Monolithic 3D could bridge this gap.
2012-07-02 32-circuit connection system fit for harsh environments
The 32-circuit wire-to-wire system enables the customer to implement one female connector and CP terminal system throughout the entire vehicle.
2003-06-26 32-bit segment to drive MCU growth
Bolstered by strong growth in the 32-bit segment, overall sales of MCUs are expected to rise 11 percent this year.
2015-02-20 25W power resistor aimed at car, industrial apps
The Vishay Sfernice DTO25 targets automotive, industrial and military applications, and claims to saves space while providing high power dissipation of at least 3W on the PCB.
2012-08-06 20w LED driver amplifies energy from low power sources
RECOM Electronic's LED driver provides high power from low voltage storage items such as batteries and solar panels
2015-01-13 2016 Chevy Volt touts longer range, larger battery
The 2016 model of Chevrolet's Volt boasts of lighter and larger electric batterywith a capacity of 18.4kWhand of a range of 50 miles using electric power alone.
2005-06-27 2.5-inch hard disk drive with perpendicular recording technology
Seagate unveiled its first 2.5-inch drive using perpendicular recording technology, and introduced nine other hard disk drive products for various markets, including storage, automotive and consumer.
2009-02-24 2.2MW solar power system completed in California
SunPower Corp., California's Lake County and the Lake County Sanitation District (LACOSAN) announced the completion of a 2.2MW solar-electric power system on three sites, including the county jail and two wastewater treatment plants.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2001-05-16 1394: Still the best bus for network backbones
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, those who advocate the 1394 multimedia standard ought to feel proud. Every time a group or company touts a new specification, it claims the new spec will do what 1394 already does.
2004-08-05 1394 finding design-ins despite competition
The market for products meeting the IEEE 1394 specification continues to be characterized by both tremendous opportunity and enormous ambiguity, according to a report by In-Stat/MDR.
2009-07-23 100V ceramic capacitors handle automotive apps
TDK Electronics has developed a new generation of 100V-rated ceramic chip capacitors that offers the high level of capacitance for mid-voltage applications in devices half the size of their predecessors.
2015-02-24 10 IoT-related trends in manufacturing, supply chain
The year 2015 will see innovative manufacturers leap ahead and use more and better sensors, add more comprehensive automation and increasingly choose local fabrication.
2010-06-14 'Largest' solar power plant to rise in Abu Dhabi
Masdar has appointed the bidding consortium of Total and Abengoa Solar as a partner to own, build and operate Shams 1, set to be the largest concentrated solar power plant in the Middle East.
2002-11-18 null
The debate on whether FPGAs would eventually replace ASICs is moot because both would continue to have their own supporters; the best way is a product that has the power of an ASIC and the flexibility of a FPGA.
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