Driver Assistance Systems

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Automotive connectivity chips on parade in Detroit

Broadcom has been demonstrating its strengths at the 2014 SAE Convergence Conference & Exhibition by showcasing its full line of automotive connectivity technologies, including the BroadR-Reach Automotive Ethernet portfolio and wireless combo chips. Industry analysts predict 100 percent of new cars to be Internet-enabled by 2025, an industry revolution that will redefine the driving experience
21st October 2014

Allies plan automated driving innovations

Vector and BASELABS have formed a partnership with the goal of jointly creating products and services for the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving. Vector will focus on special software tools for the development of ADAS and automated vehicles. BASELABS concentrates on software for data fusion in multiple-sensor scenarios, including the necessary algorithms.
12th October 2014

Industry’s first backside illumination image sensor

Industry’s first backside illumination image sensor
OmniVision Technologies has announced what the company claims to be the automotive industry’s first backside illumination (BSI) image sensor and a powerful companion processing chip. The OV10640 BSI sensor offers high dynamic range of up to 120dB in highly compact automotive-grade packages.
15th August 2014


2A buck regulator suits audio & infotainment systems

2A buck regulator suits audio & infotainment systems
  A high-efficiency converter targeted at the automotive and industrial markets, the A8585 has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems. The 2A buck regulator has been designed to provide the low power supply requirements of next-gen car audio and infotainment systems.
14th August 2014

Not-so-common sensors

Not-so-common sensors
    Steve Rogerson looks at recent developments and trends in automotive sensors for ES Design magazine.
6th August 2014

Virtual Road Traffic with ASM Traffic 3.0

Virtual Road Traffic with ASM Traffic 3.0
dSPACE has extended its simulation model for traffic and environment simulations to support the development and testing of advanced driver assistance systems.  dSPACE ASM Traffic 3.0, part of the Automotive Simulation Models (ASM) library, has all the features necessary for using simulation to test active safety systems - such as autonomous emergency braking and emergency steering assistance.  Engineers using this technology can verify and demonstrate ADAS capabilities early in the development phases.
26th June 2014

Detect road hazards with AFE sensor technology

Detect road hazards with AFE sensor technology
Texas Instruments has introduced the industry’s fastest and lowest power baseband receiver analog front end (AFE) for ADAS applications.  The 4-channel AFE5401-Q1 is designed for the next generation of automotive radar applications where space constraints and increasing radar performance are driving a need for greater bandwidth, high integration and low power.
20th June 2014

Four-channel video decoder improves driver safety

Four-channel video decoder improves driver safety
Designed for around-view automotive applications, Intersil has announced a four-channel analogue video decoder with a built-in analogue video encoder. The TW9966 can replace up to five discrete components to simplify design and save board space with four analogue video decoders and an analogue video encoder integrated into a single chip.
13th June 2014

Processor can recognise lanes, road signs & vehicles

Processor can recognise lanes, road signs & vehicles
The introduction of the TMPV7502XBG signals an expansion of Toshiba Electronics Europe's line of TMPV750 image recognition processors. Designed for small-size camera modules, the device can be used in ADAS that recognise lanes, road signs, vehicles and pedestrians from images collected by cameras positioned around the car and in electronic side mirrors. 
27th May 2014

SDK delivers efficient ADAS implementation

SDK delivers efficient ADAS implementation
A SDK has been launched, offering developers a flexible framework, comprehensive set of hardware device drivers and a useful set of development tools for more efficient implementations of ADAS. The TI Vision SDK, based on Texas Instrument’s popular SYS/BIOS RTOS, enables multiple algorithms to run concurrently on numerous heterogonous cores and eases integration of new functionality into the system. Additionally, the comprehensive debug and instrumentation features allow algorithm developers to benchmark and profile their algorithms in a system context.
16th April 2014


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