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2006-12-21 Portwell unveils in-vehicle infotainment platform
Portwell has announced an Intel proof-of-concept, single-DIN, in-vehicle embedded PC infotainment system
2012-10-04 Single-chip 16bit MCUs aimed at car instrument clusters
Touted as the industry's smallest single-chip MCUs for two-wheeled vehicle meter applications, Renesas' devices feature packages ranging from 48 to 100 pins.
2011-10-13 Home energy sol'n supports WiFi, Ethernet, HomePlug GP
Freescale teams up with Qualcomm Atheros to come up with a home energy management system using Smart Energy Profile 2.0.
2010-05-31 Hitachi, Osaki collaborate on smart grid
Hitachi and Osaki Electric have formed a cooperative alliance in the smart grid-related business, including providing solutions based on Advanced Metering Infrastructure in the global market.
2010-07-13 Large Li-ion battery plant opens in Finland
The European Batteries has opened its factory in Varkaus, Finland, which manufactures large, Li-ion battery packs and systems.
2007-11-05 Solar telescope rides balloon to fly over Earth
The U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research recently launched its Sunrise vehicle on its maiden test flight to demonstrate its stability as a platform for the world's biggest solar telescope22 miles above the Earth with a 6,000lb, 1m-diameter mirror
2005-07-12 Renesas 32bit CISC MCU packs peripherals for automotive apps
Renesas Technology's new 40MHz H8SX/1544F microcontroller is aimed at simplifying and improving the design of embedded automotive in-vehicle systems
2002-12-28 Hitachi processor eyes low-end automobile dashboard apps
The H8S/2282F 16-bit single-chip processor incorporates a meter gauge drive stepping motor control timer, LCD controller, and a CAN interface in 100-pin QFP measuring 14-by-20mm
2011-10-03 SoCs drive high-end automotive displays
The SH7769 enables 3D graphics meter displays and enhances video input and display output
2008-03-04 Understanding low-power wireless network standards
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee all have a place in the world of wireless communications. But for different reasons, none are a particularly good fit for wireless sensor networks.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2012-10-10 Smart energy management devices to reach 6 million in 2012
A recent report by IMS research forecasts that the market for smart energy management devices will grow past six million units in 2012 and reach 30 million in 2016.
2011-06-29 Research center targets home energy conservation
GreenWave Reality collaborates with Swinburne University to create an Energy Management Research Center in Melbourne, Australia that aims to advance home energy conservation.
2013-07-22 Power line comms serves as IoE backbone
The availability of ubiquitous communication networks to allow the effective exchange and management of energy-related data produced or consumed at each relevant point of a power network, is the key element to build the so called "Internet of Energy" to enable a large variety of smart grid applications.
2011-05-12 PLC chipset complies with IEEE(R) P1901.2 standard
Maxim's G3-PLC(TM) chipset provides prestandard compliance and claims to substantially reduce infrastructure costs over other narrowband approaches.
2011-07-18 Optimizing cellular M2M apps for range, longevity
Telit's director of applications engineering, Kenneth Bednasz, embedded cellular modules for M2M applications should be designed from the ground up to meet M2M's rugged environmental requirements.
2005-08-23 Intel maximizes wireless capabilities
Intel Corp. has announced an initiative to help communities use wireless technology and innovative applications to expand and improve services for municipal governments, businesses and citizens.
2011-05-18 E-mobility gets new key enabling tech
Advancements in electromobility are in process as a new key enabling technology surfaced.
2014-01-29 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 1)
In Part 1, we look into the requirements that the IP-enabled Internet of Things must meet.
2006-12-19 CMOS imager chips enable true machine vision
New CMOS imager chips are emerging that directly sense depth3D pixel-by-pixelenabling machine vision to realize its goal of perceiving objects, and reacting appropriately.
2007-07-12 Car audio LSI promises home-theater sound quality
Rohm Co. Ltd has developed a high-performance, high-quality audio processor LSI chip that provides the same sound quality as home theater systems while greatly reducing shock noise generated when switching volume or tone.
2002-12-04 Caelera to sell Novatel products in Australia, New Zealand
Novatel Wireless Inc. has signed Caelera Pty. Ltd to distribute its products in Australia and New Zealand.
2014-07-01 Application architectures for image processing
Here's a discussion on the architectural choices that need to be made and the high level language tools approach to software-to-hardware compilation.
2014-11-03 Adding 'smart' to Asia's power grid
The installation of modern electronics to assist in better generation, delivery and consumption of electrical energy is picking up within the region, promising to prevent power outages, conserve energy and support green undertakings.
2012-03-05 A primer on narrowband PLC and power line medium
Here's a discussion on the narrowband PLC, a communication over power line that is typically operating in transmission frequencies of up to 500kHz.
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