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The merger in April 2010 between NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology has given birth to Renesas Electronics.
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Renesas held European R-Car consortium forum

Renesas held European R-Car consortium forum
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics Europe, has announced that it successfully held its first European R-Car Consortium (RCC) forum. The forum, held on 9th November 2017 in Düsseldorf, attracted a large audience of participants from over 35 automotive OEM and Tier 1 and connected car specialised IT providers. The R-Car Family is Renesas’ family of innovative and high-performance systems-on-chip (SoC) for automotive applications.
21st November 2017

'Energy Vehicle Solution Centre' to accelerate efforts in the Chinese market

Renesas Electronics has announced it will establish a “New Energy Vehicle Solution Centre” on November 1, 2017, directly under the China Business Unit to accelerate engagement with the Chinese NEV market. With the announcements by the governments of Britain and France of policies aimed at prohibiting the manufacture and sale of gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2040, the trend away from gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles and toward EVs, and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHVs) is gathering pace.
31st October 2017

Bringing autonomous-driving vehicles to market faster

Bringing autonomous-driving vehicles to market faster
Renesas Electronics has announced that its automotive technologies will drive Toyota Motor Corporation’s autonomous vehicles, which are presently under development and scheduled for commercial launch in 2020. Selected by Toyota and Denso Corporation, Renesas’ autonomous-driving vehicle solution for Toyota’s autonomous vehicles combines the R-Car SoC, which serves as an electronic brain for in-vehicle infotainment and ADAS, and the RH850 MCU for automotive control.
31st October 2017


R-Car D3 SoC expands 3D graphics cluster market

R-Car D3 SoC expands 3D graphics cluster market
Renesas Electronics has announced its high-performance R-Car D3 automotive infotainment system SoC, designed to expand the use of 3D graphics instrument clusters (3D clusters) that support 3D graphics displays in entry-class cars. The R-Car D3 achieves both high-performance graphic capabilities and contributes to significant reduction in overall system development cost.
31st October 2017

Integrated software development environment for ADAS

Integrated software development environment for ADAS
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced that the Renesas e² studio integrated software development environment now has been expanded with new features to support the R-Car V3M SoC for in-vehicle infotainment and advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS). e² studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) based on the open-source Eclipse C/C++ Development Tooling (CDT) software and already supports other Renesas devices including the RZ/G Family and the Renesas Synergy MCUs.
20th October 2017

R-Car reference package for Android now available

R-Car reference package for Android now available
  The R-Car reference package for Android for Renesas R-Car automotive System-on-Chips (SoCs) is now avaliable from Renesas. This package supports Android 8.0, the latest OS announced by Google on 22nd August 2017.
6th October 2017

The evolution of gateway processors in the auto market

The evolution of gateway processors in the auto market
Due to the upcoming requirements of multi-media applications and driver assistance systems, the volume of communication data in a car is continuously increasing. Network architectures will soon require new topologies to cope with those requirements and ensure data security. Roland Lieder, Renesas Electronics Europe explains.
3rd October 2017

Renesas named hardware innovation winner at AutoSens Awards 2017

Renesas named hardware innovation winner at AutoSens Awards 2017
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas has announced that it has been honoured with the AutoSens Awards 2017 in the hardware innovation category for its innovative development in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving. The award ceremony was held during AutoSens on 20th September at the Atomium in Brussels, Belgium.
25th September 2017

Surround view solution assists drivers during parking

Surround view solution assists drivers during parking
Renesas Electronics and Cogent Embedded have announced their joint development of a 3D surround view solution to assist drivers during parking or low speed manoeuvres. Designed for parking assist systems in entry and mid-level cars, the new solution combines the Renesas R-Car V3M System-on-Chip (SoC), which incorporates a dedicated image rendering unit (IMR) that delivers realistic 360º surround view, with Cogent’s customisable software on a reference board.
18th September 2017

Collaboration on automotive software provides ADAS solutions

Collaboration on automotive software provides ADAS solutions
It has been announced that Renesas Electronics and Codeplay Software are collaborating to deliver ComputeAorta, Codeplay’s OpenCL open standard-based software framework for Renesas R-Car system-on-chips (SoCs). The framework will be available first on R-Car H3 as a proof of concept, then focusing on R-Car V3M and other R-Car SoCs of the Renesas autonomy Platform for advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) and automated driving.
12th September 2017

Chips chosen for Nissan LEAF automated parking system

Chips chosen for Nissan LEAF automated parking system
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced that its R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) for car infotainment and advanced driving assistant systems (ADAS) as well as its RH850 automotive control microcontroller (MCU) have been adopted by Nissan for the ProPILOT Park, a full-fledged automated-parking system, of its new LEAF, Nissan’s new 100% electric vehicle which debuted on 6th September 2017.
7th September 2017

SoC accelerates development of in-vehicle infotainment apps

SoC accelerates development of in-vehicle infotainment apps
  Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has started volume shipment of its first R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) incorporating Automotive Grade Linux (AGL)-based software. AGL is a cross-industry effort to develop a fully open software stack for the connected car. Renesas considers AGL as an essential step to expand the base of software developers.
8th August 2017

Emotions, take the wheel!

Emotions, take the wheel!
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics Europe, has announced that it has developed a development kit for its R-Car that takes advantage of 'emotion engine', an artificial sensibility and intelligence technology pioneered by cocoro SB, a SoftBank Group company. The new development kit enables cars with the sensibility to read the driver's emotions and optimally respond to the driver’s needs based on their emotional state.
24th July 2017

Starter kit accelerates IVI development for connected cars

Starter kit accelerates IVI development for connected cars
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced that Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) has adopted the Renesas R-Car Starter Kit as one of its standard reference platforms for software development. AGL is a collaborative open source project that is bringing together automakers, suppliers and technology companies to build a Linux-based, open software platform for automotive applications that can serve as the de facto industry standard.
25th May 2017

Revisiting motor control in electric and hybrid vehicles

Revisiting motor control in electric and hybrid vehicles
  The fuel efficiency demands are pushing carmakers to produce more electric, hybrid, and PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles). That, among other things, will require a major design overhaul of vehicle’s electronic building blocks such as ECUs and MCUs.
28th April 2017

ADAS platform provides new capabilities for smart cameras

ADAS platform provides new capabilities for smart cameras
A new Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving platform has been launched by Renesas Electronics: Renesas autonomy. As the first rollout under its Renesas autonomy platform, Renesas released the R-Car V3M high-performance image recognition System-on-Chip (SoC) optimised primarily for use in smart camera applications, as well as surround view systems or even lidars.
11th April 2017

Virtualisation technology enables connected car security

Virtualisation technology enables connected car security
A new software packages has been announced for Renesas Electronics' R-Car automotive computing platform to improve security and safety capabilities for next-gen connected cars. The software packages implement embedded optimised virtualisation technology that enables embedded systems to have -in a single system- security features that protect the car from external threats, and functional safety features that assure continued safe operation even in the event of failures.
5th April 2017

Microcontroller Car Rally winners announced

Microcontroller Car Rally winners announced
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics Europe, has announced the winners of its MCU Car Rally competition for university students, which was held on 16th March at embedded world 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany. Thirty teams from all over Europe, comprising approximately 150 students supported by their 25 professors, participated in the challenge by each developing a functioning model rally car that included sensors and an RX microcontroller (MCU) from Renesas.
3rd April 2017

Highly automated driving provides faster track to mass production

Highly automated driving provides faster track to mass production
Renesas Electronics and TTTech Computertechnik AG (TTTech) have announced that they have developed a Highly Automated Driving Platform (HADP). The new HADP is a prototype Electronic Control Unit (ECU) for mass production vehicles with integrated software and tools, which demonstrates how to use Renesas and TTTech technologies combined in a true automotive environment for autonomous driving.
5th January 2017

Automotive radar MCUs enable higher accuracy and safety

Automotive radar MCUs enable higher accuracy and safety
Renesas Electronics has announced its first RH850-based, 32-bit, automotive radar microcontroller (MCU) series. The RH850/V1R will deliver the high performance and features required for enabling future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving vehicles. 
4th January 2017


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