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The 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) gets its latest member

The 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) gets its latest member
The communication infrastructure and stable mobile connectivity is going to be vital to the future of automated cars. Therefore, the introduction of 5G is going to be key. With this in mind Infineon Technologies, a contributor to the introduction of the 5G standard into the car, has recently announced that it has joined the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA). The association works on the introduction of new communication solutions enabling connected automated driving and on intelligent transport systems.
12th April 2017

Low light camera board optimised for in-car security

Low light camera board optimised for in-car security
  L2Tek is selling the SeeCam_30, a two-board ready-to-manufacture low light camera solution developed by e-con Systems using a AR0330 CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor and USB 3.1 type C Gen 1 interface connector.
11th April 2017

UK consortium to focus on automotive security

UK consortium to focus on automotive security
As part of the national strategy to establish the UK as a global centre for the development, testing and commercialisation of connected autonomous vehicles, Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, has today given the green light to 5*StarS.
11th April 2017


Connectivity is here and now – why wait?

Connectivity is here and now – why wait?
Underlining the societal benefits of connected cars, particularly for the disadvantaged, is the new report from SMMT. Penny Searles, CEO of Smartdriverclub, the connected car service for used cars said:  “These findings really validate all the reasons I set up Smartdriverclub.  However, the benefits of connectivity are only enjoyed right now by a small minority of motorists who can afford the newest cars on our roads.  That’s just not fair.”
3rd April 2017

Automotive IoT solutions offered via expanded collaboration

Fujitsu and VMware has announced an expanded strategic collaboration to bring innovative IoT solutions to customers in the automobile industry.
30th March 2017

Automotive connectors for high-bitrate data transmission

Automotive connectors for high-bitrate data transmission
  A new gen of automotive coaxial connectors for frequency applications up to 15GHz, the High-Speed FAKRA-Mini, has been introduced by Rosenberger. The modular system allows for fast transmission of high data rates up to 20Gbps.
29th March 2017

Collaboration to develop safer connected vehicles

Collaboration to develop safer connected vehicles
A new collaboration has been established between ETAS and Lynx Software Technologies that aims to bring the automotive safety-critical world together with the highest levels of security to meet the demanding needs of the next generation of connected and autonomous high performance automotive systems. This technology integration was unveiled at last week’s embedded world exhibition in Nuremberg.
24th March 2017

RSDB – Connecting cars with better WiFi

RSDB – Connecting cars with better WiFi
Integral to a modern car today is many elements; a major one however, is WiFi. Powered by LTE, vehicle WiFi hotspots are an option on virtually all the latest car models. Most new cars can also use WiFi to integrate the smartphone with a car infotainment system, for example via Apple CarPlay, or Android Auto.
3rd March 2017

Securing the connecting car

Securing the connecting car
Often dubbed a 'data centre on wheels,' the connected car is one of the fastest-growing markets in the ecosystem that makes up the Internet of Things (IoT). The convergence of IoT and in-vehicle technologies, like remote diagnostics, on-board GPS, collision avoidance systems and 4G LTE WiFi Hotspots, has paved the road for new and exciting opportunities in this industry. Author: Shaun Kirby, Director, Automotive and Connected Car, Cisco
3rd March 2017

'Towards 5G' Initiative shows fast results

'Towards 5G' Initiative shows fast results
  Taking a significant step towards the realisation of 5G technology for connected vehicles is Ericsson, Orange and PSA Group after conducting field trials to test advanced applications in France. 
27th February 2017


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SENSOR+TEST 2017
30th May 2017
Germany Nuremberg
Future Surface Fleet 2017
6th June 2017
United Kingdom Portsmouth
Electronic Warfare Europe 2017
6th June 2017
United Kingdom Olympia, London
Automechanika Birmingham 2017
6th June 2017
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham
Close Air Support 2017
7th June 2017
United Kingdom London