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Inside the new autonomous Audi car system

Inside the new autonomous Audi car system
It has been revealed that Intel processing power will be part of autonomous driving systems on the 2018 Audi A8. The Silicon Valley Business Journal reported that Audi will use processors from Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) and from its Wind River subsidiary as part of the self-driving system that will allow for Level 3 autonomous driving, among the most sophisticated technology that will be on the road.
8th August 2017

Connected Technologies: paving the way for autonomous vehicles

The global connected car market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10.82% to reach $46.89bn by 2020.
8th August 2017

Secure automotive Ethernet switch addresses cyber crime concerns

Secure automotive Ethernet switch addresses cyber crime concerns
Provider of storage, networking, and connectivity semiconductor solutions, Marvell, has announced what it claims to be the industry’s first secure automotive gigabit Ethernet switch, enabling a new level of safe data transmission in next-gen connected vehicles. There are hundreds of computing applications in the car that require a robust, secure in-vehicle-network, making Ethernet the technology of choice for auto manufacturers.
25th July 2017


Datalink connection system for automotive electronics

Datalink connection system for automotive electronics
A universal applicable multicore datalink connection system for high data rate transmission up to 10Gbps combined with high ampacity (up to 100W/5A) has been released by Rosenberger; the HPD - High-Power Super Speed Data - series. The robust, fully shielded connector system qualifies the interface for rough environmental conditions as in automotive electronics. The also newly developed special multicore cable is characterised by low attenuation values and provides an almost interference and crosstalk free performance.
24th July 2017

INIC enables daisy-chain communications

INIC enables daisy-chain communications
Automotive manufacturers and tier one suppliers can incorporate Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) networks in a daisy-chain configuration in addition to a ring topology thanks to the newest MOST150 Intelligent Network Interface Controller (INIC) from Microchip Technology. With a daisy-chained network, a single cable segment is sufficient to connect two adjacent devices in the network, reducing cables and connectors for the back channel on each network connection.
26th June 2017

Partnership for the connected car of the future

Partnership for the connected car of the future
NXP Semiconductors N.V. and HARMAN International have expanded their 15-year collaboration to speed up time-to-market for connected car solutions. Connected car systems are key decision drivers for consumers accustomed to the rich user experiences they encounter in their everyday digital lives. The resulting expectations have triggered a transformation in infotainment systems from bulky, purpose-built devices into sleek, connected, upgradeable and integrated platforms.
26th June 2017

SoCs enable WiFi gateways for the connected car

SoCs enable WiFi gateways for the connected car
  Marvell has announced the 88W8987xA, which it claims to be the world’s first automotive-grade system-on-chip (SoC) to integrate the latest WiFi, Bluetooth, and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) capabilities. This highly sophisticated wireless combo chip brings a solution for in-car WiFi, Bluetooth 5 and 802.11p.
14th June 2017

Data transmission connectors for automotive applications

Data transmission connectors for automotive applications
Available in robust and space saving automotive housings, Rosenberger has released its H-MTD connectors (High-Speed Modular Twisted-Pair Data) that combine high-performance data transmission up to 15GHz or 20Gbps and small package sizes. Due to its modular design the 360° fully shielded differential connector system enables a wide range of and future automotive applications, e.g. camera systems, high-resolution displays, fond entertainment or autonomous driving.
8th June 2017

Automotive telematics modules with powerful embedded CPU

Automotive telematics modules with powerful embedded CPU
The TOBY-L4 series of automotive grade telematics modules has been announced by u-blox. The series integrates LTE, UMTS and GSM connectivity with a powerful embedded processor, enabling a wide range of applications on a single device. Connectivity is at the heart of the TOBY L4 LTE Cat 6 modules, providing full gateway capabilities in a single device capable of delivering up to 300Mbit/s data rates with carrier aggregation capability. Its small 248-pin Land Grid Array (LGA) format measuring 24.8x35.6x2.6mm meets the size/weight/power limitations of in-car applications.
7th June 2017

Laird joins 5GAA to develop 5G communications solutions

Laird joins 5GAA to develop 5G communications solutions
Specialist in solutions for connected vehicles, Laird, has joined an association of blue chip companies and suppliers to help develop mobile communications standards for connected vehicles. Laird is the newest global company to join Munich-based 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), which includes leading telecommunications firms, automotive companies, and components suppliers. Besides Laird, its members include AUDI AG, BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ericsson, Huawei, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm, AT&T, and others.
1st June 2017


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