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2007-08-20 Omron opens automotive subsidiary in India
Omron has announced the establishment of a new automotive electronics sales and production subsidiary in Haryana, India
2013-01-22 NXP sees rich prospects for automotive future
NXP has begun prioritizing the automotive industry, striving to enable all electronic communication to, from and within the vehicle in a reliable, secure and efficient manner
2007-08-30 NEC touts first MCU to pass FlexRay conformance test
NEC Electronics has introduced the V850E/PHO3 MCU, said to be the first MCU to successfully pass the FlexRay Conformance Test in March
2008-09-12 National Semi CEO joins 'green revolution'
In late 1990s, when General Motors launched its oversized off-road vehicle Hummer, Brian Halla, chairman and CEO of National Semiconductor, has snapped up one of the $50,000-plus gas-guzzlers
2007-10-23 Multicore platform tackles multiple car navigation apps
NEC Electronics has unveiled NaviEngine1, said to be the industry's most powerful single-chip system LSI solution optimized for car navigation systems
2009-03-06 Multicamera system boosts safe driving
Valeo has equipped the new BMW 7 Series with multicamera systems offering thorough visibility of the vehicle's surroundings
2008-01-07 MEMS made this pico-projector palm-sized
At this week's Consumer Electronics Show, Microvision Inc. will showcase a prototype of its pico-projector, which uses micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) to downsize a digital projector to a palm-sized battery-powered unit
2008-05-23 MCU 'first' to integrate high-current driver
NEC Electronics America and NEC Electronics introduced what they said is the world's first MCU with a constant high-current driver
2008-08-21 LDOs pack low quiescent current, on-board protection
ON Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of low dropout (LDO) linear voltage regulators for automotive electronics modules that require very low ignition-off currents
2014-06-30 IoT triggers outburst of new ideas
The Internet of Things is the next "big thing" in electronics. This is an explosion of new ideas that will add sensing and controls to literally billions of everyday situations
2005-09-06 India plans for fab, nanotech in 2005-06
India's ministry of information technology has charted out its plan for 2005-2006, which, for the first time in several years, includes the allocation of 'seed money' to create a special purpose vehicle (a holding company) to establish a fabrication facility through government-private partnership
2007-06-01 Image sensor trims cost of car vision systems
The Swiss Center for Electronics claims to have the technology to lower the cost of automotive vision systems from thousands of dollars to hundreds, with its ViSe smart image sensor
2011-11-25 Image gallery: Japan zooms in on the smart home
The Embedded Technology 2011 event showed that since the March 11 earthquake disaster, the Japanese electronics industry has shifted its focus to smart home technologies
2007-07-02 Image chip makes car vision affordable
the Swiss Center for Electronics and CSEM S.A. claim to have the technology to lower the cost of automotive vision systems from thousands of dollars to hundreds
2006-03-01 IIC-China features power trends
Showcasing the latest IC applications and embedded technologies, the 11th IIC-China and 6th ESC-China will gather over 180 semiconductor majors and local vendors eager to show their newest products, highlighting the latest trends in power management and automotive electronics
2002-05-23 Hyundai Autonet, Motorola partner on digital entertainment
Automotive electronics supplier Hyundai Autonet Co. Ltd has selected Motorola as its premiere partner for digital entertainment and Bluetooth hands-free solutions
2010-01-05 Grand challenges to to niggling nettles in 2010
I>EE Times editors list nettlesome issues they'd most like to see electronics engineers sort out next year ranging from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry
2010-06-10 GPS solution features automotive dead-reckoning
From u-blox comes Automotive Dead Reckoning (ADR), which input from GPS satellites with vehicle sensors to determine position even where GPS signals are blocked or weak
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.
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
2011-03-09 Ford unveils Sync voice control system
Sync brings significant computing power into vehicles by providing a simple to use interface between the driver and the car's infotainment system, including CE devices connected to the vehicle's head unit
2009-09-17 ESP sensor packs digital SPI
Bosch Automotive Electronics has unveiled what it claims to be the first micromechanical inertial measurement unit for vehicle dynamics control in low-cost SOIC16w housing.
2005-12-29 Epcos SAW filters suit digital satellite radio systems
Epcos has developed a new series of SAW filters designed for digital satellite radio systems and receivers for home, vehicle and portable use
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.
2007-09-07 DAB/DAB+/DMB chip rolls for mobile DTV reception
Maxscend Technologies has unveiled a DAB/DAB+/DMB demodulator, which can be used for mobile DTV reception in mobile phones, personal media players and vehicle entertainment systems
2006-02-13 Clockless processor targets real-time chip designs
ARM and Handshake Solutions, a business unit of Royal Philips Electronics, have jointly launched the ARM996HS processor using Handshake Solutions' clockless IC design technology
2011-02-09 Bosch predicts Ethernet growth in cars
Ethernet is expected to find automotive applications driven first by use in diagnostics, according to Rainer Kallenbach, VP, automotive electronics, Bosch Automotive Electronics
2011-04-01 Battery cost reductions to propel EV adoption
Electric vehicle proponents are devoting their energies to battery and power electronics development, particularly to increasing energy density to reduce the price of Li-ion and other battery types.
2007-01-04 Autonet Mobile to turn cars into 'Wi-Fi hotspot'
Hoping to carve out a niche by bringing in-vehicle Internet connection, Autonet Mobile Inc. plans to deliver a wireless service that can turn cars into Wi-Fi hotspots
2006-11-01 Automotive security apps go wireless
The designers of wireless secure-access systems for the vehicles of tomorrow may encounter their share of challenges. Cost-effective MCUs offer a proven, reliable building block for wireless systems within the vehicle
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