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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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2012-07-09 Brazil, Russia push telematics penetration
ABI Research projects that 60 percent of new cars shipped worldwide by 2017 will have connected car solutions.
2014-12-05 Autonomous driving leads path to billion-dollar market
According to Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, sensors, ECUs and software required to make cars drive autonomously will create an additional market volume of up to $60 billion by 2030.
2005-04-01 Automotives drive hybrid controllers
Hybrid digital signal controllers buckle up inside modern cars and carry functionalities like MCUs with processing power like DSPs.
2003-05-28 Automotive sector seen to tap MEMS technology
Microelectromechanical systems are slowly but surely being integrated into cars, said In-Stat/MDR's latest report.
2011-05-05 Automotive power MOSFET targets DC/DC applications
International Rectifier has introduced the automotive DirectFET2 power MOSFET chipset optimized for DC/DC applications used in internal combustion engine (ICE) cars, hybrid and electric vehicles.
2006-10-23 Automotive multimedia sales down in US, Europe
The latest Strategy Analytics report concludes that despite increasing availability and strong consumer demand for automotive and multimedia communications features in cars, sales are poor.
2004-12-20 Automotive information system-National Semiconductor
Next-generation cars will have an integrated system supporting the driver with a variety of information like car status, navigation, communication, and driver assistance. All of these features use a variety of displays and replace existing instrumentation in today's dashboards.
2004-06-14 Auto vendors seek better Bluetooth interoperability
Auto makers, while embracing Bluetooth, warned at the Wireless Connectivity World here this week that the wireless standard has yet to be fully developed as a stable short-range wireless interface in cars.
2003-02-11 Auto makers catch fuel-cell fever
Auto makers and researchers are applauding the Bush administration's efforts to bring vehicles powered by fuel cells to the marketplace, saying the technology has a more realistic chance of success than the battery-powered cars of a decade ago.
2011-02-21 Audi displays LTE-equipped A8 sedan
To be integrated into Audi cars soon, the LTE broadband equipment installed in the A8 sedan showed bandwidth-hungry applications such as video streaming, music file download, navigation and web browsing.
2015-10-23 Apple takes green initiatives in China
Apple's green initiative in China will avoid over 20 million metric tons of greenhouse gas pollution between now and 2020, equivalent to taking nearly four million cars off the road for one year.
2013-11-12 Analyst: MEMS market to exceed $22B by 2018
The Yole analyst said ST, the MEMS supplier to Apple and Samsung, is the top MEMS chipmaker, followed by Bosch (for cars), TI (for digital light processors) and HP (for inkjet printer cartridges).
2006-07-31 Amtech tag gets RFID on the rails
This teardown looks at an RFID tag targeted specifically at the railroad industry, where managing a fleet of rail carsand tying the contents within to a specific locationis a critical task.
2015-10-30 9 memory products that shift car apps into high gear
The smarter, connected cars will be evermore hungry for memory to support a wide range of applications, including those that require near-instant boot up. So here's a checklist of recent memory product introductions suitable for automotive use.
2011-05-26 32bit MCU supports driving motor control
Fujitsu Semiconductor Asia unveils three products from their MB91580 series that contain driving motor control function for cars.
2004-06-16 Xilinx unveils multiplatform FPGAs
. The new FPGA platforms from Xilinx are based on the company's Advanced Silicon Modular Block architecture launched last year and offers up to 200,000 logic cells.
2015-03-19 Wireless charging to make headway in 2015
PowerbyProxi unveiled an evaluation kit that supports both Resonant Qi and Inductive Qi modes, enabling OEMs to integrate the WPCs Qi standard into their smartphones and other devices.
2008-10-06 WiMAX emulator allows real-world network testing
Elektrobit has released what it claimed as the industry's first radio channel emulator aimed at makers of base stations and subscriber devices using WiMAX, LTE and other 4G wireless network standards.
2004-10-01 Will taxes, traffic torpedo Bangalore as tech center?
An average of two overseas companies a week establishes research and development centers in Bangalore.
2008-10-03 Wide input range earmarks current-sense amplifiers
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX9928/MAX9929 low-cost, current-sense amplifiers for monitoring charge and discharge currents.
2005-01-03 When disaster strikes
To gear-heads like me the history of engineering is rich in stories and lore, of failings and successes, and of triumphs and defeats of individual engineers.
2009-01-08 What's next for video and imaging designers?
Here are 10 reasons design engineers involved with video and imaging can be hopeful looking to 2009 and beyond
2010-09-13 What's in store for hybrid electric vehicles?
We are starting to see more hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) on the road. Here's a look at what's in store for hybrid vehicles
2015-03-04 What's behind the NXP-Freescale merger?
Through the merger, NXP will add Freescale's computing power to its security and wireless communication strengths, which is expected to drive the Internet of Things.
2007-07-17 Wavecom tips 'first' automotive-grade 3G wireless CPU
Wavecom SA launches its fully programmable 3G Wireless CPU, the Q26Ultra, using high bandwidth cellular capabilities to address the growing automotive and alarm/security markets.
2012-08-24 Washington dry runs Wi-Fi traffic safety initiative
U.S. Transportation Department stated that its connected vehicle pilot aims to test the ability of vehicles and highway infrastructures to communicate with each other in real time.
2009-02-17 Volkswagen, Toshiba to cooperate on next-gen vehicles
Volkswagen AG and Toshiba Corp. have signed a letter of intent in Wolfsburg to cooperate for the development of electric drive units and the accompanying power electronics for Volkswagen's planned New Small Family. Furthermore, Volkswagen and Toshiba are planning the development of battery systems with a high specific energy density for the next generation of electric vehicles.
2010-07-28 Volkswagen underscores e-mobility research
In a move to coordinate its globally distributed e-mobility R&D activities, Volkswagen announced its intention to bundle its advanced research efforts for electric vehicles. Outside Germany, the company has dedicated R&D satellites in Japan, China and the US.
2014-06-02 Voice, gesture controls double as always-on observers
Always-on analytics pair with always-on connectivity and augmented reality, promising more conveniences where every gesture or every spoken word may create actionable data.
2005-08-26 Voice chips from Zarlink enable hands-free communication
Zarlink Semiconductor unveiled voice processing chips aimed at improving voice quality and reducing noise in hands-free communication devices.
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