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2003-02-20 Infineon rolls automotive, industrial MCUs
Infineon Technologies AG has expanded its microcontroller portfolio with the addition of a 16-bit MCU and two 32-bit telematics gateway/audio MCUs.
2002-03-05 IBM will steer PowerPC into mobile mart
IBM intends to take its PowerPC processor architecture to the mobile sector and into "head-to-head competition with Intel" and that company's Xscale processor, John Kelly III, senior vice president of IBM's Technology Group, said last week.
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.
2010-05-17 Handset navigation shipment to skyrocket
ABI Research forecasts that handset-based navigation shipments will grow at a CAGR of 43 percent over the next five years, rising from 30 million in 2010 to 181 million in 2015.
2011-04-01 GPS antenna tips global 3G functionality
Pulse Electronics' W4150GG5000 antenna is ideal for vehicle and asset tracking and location, navigation, emergency call systems, fleet tracking, insurance tracking, and pay-as-you-go transport systems.
2004-11-01 GM sticks with OnStar, vowing to double deployments by '06
With its biggest customer doubling up its orders, Onstar responds by doubling its production to 3 million by 2006.
2009-12-24 Global nav system shipments to hit 1.1B by 2014
ABI Research forecasts GNSS system shipments to reach more than 500 million worldwide in 2010 and to continue growing to 1.1 billion in 2014.
2007-10-16 FPGAs gear up for new automotive applications
Actel Corp., in a bid to compete with its larger competitors, is pioneering new markets for FPGAs in automobiles, including design slots in control systems that can work in hybrids, electric vehicles or fuel cell-powered cars.
2002-12-16 For Bluetooth it's one step at a time
The solution to the ills of this short-range communications technique may lie in going back to basics.
2002-01-14 Electronics vendors pursue autos as new horizon
Electronics makers and software vendors at the 2002 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week set their sights on a new target: the largely untapped vehicle telematics and multimedia markets.
2003-01-16 CSI hardware enables Directed tracking system
Directed Electronics Inc. has signed CSI Wireless Inc. as its exclusive telematics hardware supplier.
2012-07-10 Connectivity in cars to increase by 60%
A study by ABI Research has found that more than 60 percent of cars produced in 2017 will integrate various technological innovations.
2010-02-04 Computer-on-module handles extreme conditions
The microETXexpress-XL uses Intel Atom processor Z520PT and Intel System Controller Hub US15WPT in a COM Express Type 2 computer-on-module designed for use in extreme conditions.
2003-03-17 Compact wireless modules bring benefits
Manufacturers are seeking to incorporate cellular technology into existing products, or to develop niche products for comparatively small markets.
2002-09-01 Cockpit chaos: Adaptive interfaces vital
The proliferation of in-car devices raises the demand for better telematics and speech-recognition technology.
2002-11-07 Cellport names Magna Donnelly as newest licensee
Cellport Systems has entered into a worldwide technology licensing, engineering and marketing collaboration agreement with Magna Donnelly Corp.
2005-09-16 Car network systems hinge on LIN 2.0
LIN 2.0 specification is a low-cost serial communication protocol that complements existing automotive multiplex networks
2002-01-09 Bluetooth watchers cite 'psychological' barriers
Bluetooth has surmounted most of the technical barriers impeding its market arrival, but intangible obstacles still dog the short-range communications technology, observers say.
2002-09-01 Bluetooth drives auto multimedia
With the advent of wireless innovations such as Bluetooth, the emerging telematics space invites innovation from automotive, communications, multimedia and computer companies.
2010-09-27 Automotive app users to reach 28M by 2015
The worldwide figure of automotive application users will grow from just under 1.4 million in 2010 to over than 28 million in 2015, ABI Research predicts.
2005-09-01 Auto industry finds partners for backseat video
Two partnerships forge a new technical foundation for in-car entertainment
2002-09-01 Architecture eyes network, local speech
Speech recognition and telematics are teaming up to enable car drivers and passengers to browse Internet with their voices, plugging them into customized information and entertainment.
2005-09-06 Alcatel takes majority stake in India research venture
French telecommunications firm Alcatel will take a 51-percent equity stake in a joint venture to pursue broadband wireless research with the Indian government's Center for Development of Telematics (C-DoT).
2008-08-29 AEC-Q100 qualified decoder gears up for in-car navigation
NXP Semiconductors launched its first AEC Q100 qualified video decoder suitable for high performance, in-car telematics platforms, including in-car video reception, in-car entertainment and in-car navigation.
2003-05-16 Actel tools FPGAs for auto niche
Actel VP of Product Marketing Barry Marsh foresees that FPGAs would have a greater market on the automobile industry as manufacturers rely on programmable ICs for their telematic systems.
2002-10-30 Xilinx offers IQ solutions for programmable IC devices
Xilinx Inc.'s two new additions to its IQ Solutions line is specifically targeted for the automotive telematics market.
2006-10-18 TI unrolls new automotive-qualified LDO regulators
Texas Instruments' new family of LDO regulators will survive the harsh requirements of the high-transient automotive environment for car stereo, instrument clusters and telematics apps.
2014-04-04 Telit steps into the automotive side of IoT
Along with the acquisition of NXP's automotive telematics platform, Telit launched a business unit to house the corresponding ATOP business.
2002-02-19 Taiyo Yuden develops Bluetooth module for next-gen automotive apps
The company has announced the development of a fully integrated Bluetooth v1.1-compliant module for next-generation automotive applications, including sound systems, navigational/telematics devices, and Bluetooth-based hands-free kits.
2002-03-22 ST to embed IBM speech technology in multimedia processors
STMicroelectronics has signed a memorandum of understanding with IBM Voice Systems concerning voice interface technology for mobile Internet terminals and telematics solutions.
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