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Automotive OTA updates optimised with delta compression

Enabler of smart mobility networks, Excelfore has announced the eSync Adaptive Delta Compression Engine, which is used by the Excelfore eSync OTA Server to optimise Over-The-Air (OTA) software updates for vehicles.
20th September 2017

Connector generates greater power density in rail vehicles

Connector generates greater power density in rail vehicles
HARTING has designed a new Han 34 HPR EasyCon connector for high-current transmission with a high power density, making it suited to use in rail vehicles. Han 34 HPR housings and retaining frames are designed in such a way that, for the first time ever, a connector is now available that can accommodate four 650 A contacts alongside one another in a single interface.
19th September 2017

Ricardo and Roke to develop connected transport against cyber attacks

Ricardo and Roke to develop connected transport against cyber attacks
  To develop solutions that will make autonomous and connected transport robust against cyber attack, Ricardo and Roke Manor Research have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).  
14th September 2017


Confidence-inspiring SUV designed for city living

Confidence-inspiring SUV designed for city living
A new standard of safety and user experience is being brought to the table from the premium carmaker, Volvo Cars. The company is introducing the features in the small SUV premium segment with the launch of the new Volvo XC40 this autumn. Developed around the challenges of modern city life, the XC40 aims to make the daily urban commute less stressful and more enjoyable, as drivers in the segment can now rely on the award-winning safety, connectivity and infotainment technologies known from Volvo's acclaimed new 90- and 60 Series cars.
12th September 2017

Gigabit Ethernet POF meet requirements for galvanic isolation

Supplier for automotive gigabit connectivity over Plastic Optical Fibre (POF), KDPOF now provide their plastic optical fibre connections for Battery Management Systems (BMS) in vehicles.
11th September 2017

Modular IP cores provide increased design flexibility

Modular IP cores provide increased design flexibility
  Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice Semiconductor, has announced the availability of seven new modular IP cores for its award winning CrossLink FPGA product for increased design flexibility to support consumer, industrial and automotive applications. These modular IP cores offer the building blocks for customers to create their own video bridging solutions.
30th August 2017

Partnership provides connectivity solutions for smart vehicles

Partnership provides connectivity solutions for smart vehicles
Global information technology, consulting and business process services company, Wipro, and Excelfore, a provider of middleware solutions for Smart Mobility Networks, have announced a global partnership to offer secure connectivity solutions for next-gen smart and autonomous vehicles. This partnership combines Excelfore’s Smart Mobility Networks solutions with Wipro’s global systems integration and managed services expertise to enable connected car solutions for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1 equipment makers.
16th August 2017

Dude, where's my car key? Hacker breaks into family car

Dude, where's my car key? Hacker breaks into family car
According to a recent news story, a hacker has helped a family reunite with their beloved car which they had to abandon for months after they lost a one-of-a-kind key. Without any other alternatives in getting a key, the desperate family agreed for the car to be hacked, with the hacker given access to the vehicle's on-board immobiliser computer. Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist at the prpl Foundation, commented: "Despite this being a positive story, with connected devices, the most dangerous aspect is the 'connected' part.
15th August 2017

Setting the standard for automotive broadcast reception

Setting the standard for automotive broadcast reception
Silicon Labs has introduced what it claims to be the industry’s most scalable, flexible and cost-effective car radio solution for the global automotive infotainment market. Silicon Labs’ new portfolio of Global Eagle and Dual Eagle AM/FM receivers and digital radio tuners and Digital Falcon coprocessors enables automakers and Tier 1 suppliers to address all market segments, cost and performance levels, and digital radio standards while meeting rigorous automotive quality standards.
15th August 2017

Tool enables flexible data exchange in E/E engineering

Tool enables flexible data exchange in E/E engineering
Manufacturer of software tools and components for the development of electronic systems, Vector Informatik, has released PREEvision 8.5 which supports additional industry standards for flexible data exchange in E/E engineering. The current release allows for importing and exporting the exchange formats ReqIF and KBL 2.4. Thus, Vector Informatik once again facilitates cooperation between manufacturers and suppliers in the model-based development of distributed embedded systems.
11th August 2017


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