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Bringing material solutions to the automotive industry

Bringing material solutions to the automotive industry
Science and technology company, Merck, is offering material solutions to the next-gen automotive applications. Future automotive requires different features from current electronic devices, such as heat resistance, safety and long-lasting functionality chips. As materials plays a key role in the performance and reliability of advanced IC chips, Merck is offering a broad portfolio of solutions in the semiconductor chip manufacturing and packaging to meet the needs of the automotive industry.
14th November 2017

Automotive grade GNSS module suitable for car-roof antennae

Automotive grade GNSS module suitable for car-roof antennae
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u‑blox, has announced its automotive grade MAX‑M8Q‑01A GNSS module. Measuring 9.7x10.1x2.5mm, the company claims that it is the smallest automotive grade GNSS module on the market to offer an operating temperature range from -40 to 105°C. The automotive grade MAX-M8Q is u-blox's third automotive grade GNSS module to date, alongside the NEO-M8Q-01A and NEO-M8L-03A modules, further enlarging the automotive positioning product offer.
7th November 2017

Connector minimises installation time on automotive lines

Connector minimises installation time on automotive lines
The new Han ES Press connector from HARTING offers fast tool-less termination based on an innovative high-reliability cage-clamp design, and is playing a key part in minimising installation time for motorised safety roller shutter door guard systems for the robotic assembly cells in an automotive assembly line.
3rd November 2017


Optical connectivity solutions for smart antenna modules

Optical connectivity solutions for smart antenna modules
Supplier for automotive gigabit connectivity over POF (Plastic Optical Fibre), KDPOF, now provide their optical connectivity technology for Integrated Smart Antenna (ISA) modules. An ISA consists of several antennas for signal reception, an antenna hub, and an Ethernet connection to the consumers of the antenna signals such as a radio device. If each of the several antennas in a car is routed to its respective ECU with its own cable, soon the complexity will be unacceptable.
26th October 2017

Open development platform for secure car connectivity applications

Open development platform for secure car connectivity applications
  The Modular Telematics Platform (MTP) from STMicroelectronics provides an open development environment for prototyping advanced smart driving applications, including vehicle connectivity to back-end servers, road infrastructure, and other vehicles.
23rd October 2017

USB smart modules to assist connectivity in vehicles

USB smart modules to assist connectivity in vehicles
  Electronic manufacturer, Molex has merged automotive-grade durability with mass availability on its line of USB Smart Charge Modules. Manufactured specifically for customers automotive and commercial vehicles that require a smart-charge USB module, Molex products feature design to give users maximum performance.
23rd October 2017

Giving the connected car built-in security

Giving the connected car built-in security
The automotive processors that are available from STMicroelectronics feature a dedicated, built-in security module designed to protect connected cars against cyber threats.
16th October 2017

Multimodal transportation system provides door-to-door travel

Multimodal transportation system provides door-to-door travel
Keeping up with work whilst on the move, or staying in touch with co-workers and friends, or even in need of some entertainment; these are all possible needs of travelers that need to stay connected. Now, this demand is spreading to the transportation systems themselves. Roch Muraine, Global Sales Director, Transport at ALE looks at current and future technologies that are moving us towards a multimodal transportation system to create a fully connected experience for passengers, and how these trends are set to disrupt the way we travel forever.
11th October 2017

Offering companies a route to the connected car

Offering companies a route to the connected car
Over the next five years, the connected car is expected to disrupt the entire automotive ecosystem and the consumer market, as vehicles communications between each other and their surrounding infrastructure becomes increasingly sophisticated. By the year 2020, 220 million cars are expected to be connected, representing a €141bn business opportunity.
10th October 2017

Automotive gigabit Ethernet transceiver on show at ELIV 2017

Automotive gigabit Ethernet transceiver on show at ELIV 2017
The shipment of the first automotive grade Gigabit Ethernet POF (GEPOF) transceiver KD1053 devices for carmakers and their Tier 1 suppliers has been announced by supplier for automotive gigabit connectivity over POF (Plastic Optical Fiber), KDPOF. The first public demonstration will be at the VDI Congress ELIV 'ELectronics In Vehicles' on 18th-19th October 2017 at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany.  
9th October 2017


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