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Verification solution adopted for automotive IC development flow

Verification solution adopted for automotive IC development flow
Cadence Design Systems has announced that the Cadence Functional Safety Verification Solution was adopted by ROHM CO in its design flow for ISO 26262-compliant ICs and LSIs for the automotive market. The Cadence fault simulation technology and seamless reuse of functional and mixed-signal verification environments enables an ISO 26262-compliant development flow that can reduce the effort required to complete the safety verification process up to 50%.
20th July 2017

Data logger software analyses shocks and jolts

Data logger software analyses shocks and jolts
  Specialising in analysing shock events and jolts, the new MSR ShockViewer data logger software allows you to clearly present extensive measured data, as well as quickly analyse and conclusively document critical events. During transport, cargo is subjected to a multitude of external impacts that may cause it to sustain damage.
19th July 2017

Taking a look at the A-Z listers of flying cars

Taking a look at the A-Z listers of flying cars
Remember the days when people were dreaming of flying cars? Science-fiction films painted the vehicles out to be incredible futuristic, invinsible, handy creations, but now they are a reality, they may not be how everyone necessarily expected them to be. First of all, the world is nowhere near ready for flying cars, but they appear to be here to stay.
4th July 2017


University of Waterloo use MapleSim in approach to tyre modelling

University of Waterloo use MapleSim in approach to tyre modelling
A critical component in vehicle design is the tyres. To save time and money in the design and development of new vehicles, automotive manufacturers typically use models to simulate the dynamic relationship between tyres and road surfaces. If possible, a tyre model must accurately simulate the dynamics of the system and allow designers to vary its parameters, and simulations must also execute quickly.
27th June 2017

Partnership accelerates robust design optimisation

Customers will be able to accelerate the next-gen of high-performance computing, mobile and automotive products thanks to a new partnership between ANSYS and Synopsys that will tightly integrate ANSYS' power integrity and reliability signoff technologies with Synopsys' physical implementation solution for in-design usage. Developers of innovative, cost-effective and reliable smart products need to quickly optimise, validate and signoff their designs.
21st June 2017

Evaluation safety solution developed on DRIVE PX Platform

Evaluation safety solution developed on DRIVE PX Platform
  ARCCORE is building safety critical software on the NVIDIA DRIVE PX platform to power complex automotive systems. ARCCORE’s software platform will be based on the renowned automotive standard AUTOSAR and will be used as a high performance evaluation system for autonomous driving.
9th June 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

Project to improve efficiency of next-gen gasoline engines

Project to improve efficiency of next-gen gasoline engines
While powertrain electrification offers significant opportunities to reduce vehicle emissions in the urban environment, the gasoline engine is likely to continue to play a significant role in passenger cars – both in conventional and hybrid powertrains – for many years to come. This is particularly the case for mid- to premium-sized passenger cars that are used for longer-distance journeys.
19th May 2017

Printed electronics revolutionise vehicle manufacturing

Printed electronics revolutionise vehicle manufacturing
With the advance of printed and organic electronic components, vehicle designers now have previously unimagined possibilities which enable a higher level of sustainability and also help to reduce the automotive industry’s manufacturing costs. This is the conclusion reached by this year’s LOPEC Panel Discussion, which took place on 29th March 2017, as part of the International Exhibition and Conference for Printed Electronics in Munich, Germany.
18th April 2017

A different dimension to pit lane engineering

A different dimension to pit lane engineering
This Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix will see McLaren adopt a slightly different approach to providing parts to its Formula 1 cars. The Woking-based racing team are planning to 3D print parts at trackside, which it believes will give the team an advantage if they need to make last minute changes.
10th April 2017


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EPE 2017 ECCE Europe
11th September 2017
Poland Warsaw
DSEI 2017
12th September 2017
United Kingdom ExCeL, London
RWM 2017
12th September 2017
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham
Productronica India 2017
14th September 2017
India Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center