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MOST150 technology implemented in the Aston Martin DB11

MOST150 technology implemented in the Aston Martin DB11
It has been announced that MOST150 technology from Microchip Technology, has been implemented in the new Aston Martin DB11. Aston Martin Lagonda has been utilising MOST technology for years and has smoothly migrated from MOST25 to MOST150 technology for their latest model. The DB11 is the first Aston Martin car to base its infotainment system on MOST150 technology.
6th December 2016

Amplifier transforms automotive audio design

Amplifier transforms automotive audio design
The first 2.1-MHz Class-D audio amplifier specifically designed for automotive applications has been developed by Texas Instruments (TI). Supporting high-resolution 96kHz digital input, the compact TAS6424-Q1 enables high-fidelity audio with low distortion in automotive infotainment applications.
5th December 2016

Audio software aids automotive radio market

Audio software aids automotive radio market
Silicon Labs has introduced audio software products that give automotive radio developers greater flexibility to incorporate advanced audio post-processing algorithms in Silicon Labs’ Global Eagle Si47911/12 radio ICs with audio system devices. The new software products make it easy and cost-effective for developers to implement audio post-processing functions such as tone control, cabin equalisation and chime generation using the Si47911/12 ICs’ integrated Tensilica HiFi EP DSP.
5th December 2016


Automotive chips bring high-end graphics to vehicles

  Full-digital instrument panels that give a high-end feel to any car are coming to the mid and entry ranges, enabled by new technology from STMicroelectronics. ST's new Accordo 5 family of automotive processors meet crucial display-performance and security demands in a low-power compact platform suitable for lower-cost vehicles.
17th November 2016

MTA's latest infotainment system

MTA's latest infotainment system
MTA presents at Electronica 2016 the latest version of its Human-to-Machine Interface system. Thanks to the know-how acquired in recent years in the development of intelligent dashboards for different OEMs, with graphics with fast dynamics and very high performance processors, MTA is now able to offer a complete “In-Vehicle” system and with state-of-the-art specifications that manage, even simultaneously, both the infotainment and the instrument panel functions, thanks to the presence of an “intelligent” central unit.
15th November 2016

Gamma buffer enables bright, high-contrast LCD displays

Gamma buffer enables bright, high-contrast LCD displays
A provider of innovative power management and precision analogue solutions, Intersil, has announced the industry’s lowest power 14-channel programmable gamma buffer for automotive TFT-LCD displays. The automotive-grade ISL76534 delivers the highest accuracy gamma calibration to ensure consistent brightness and colour matching of every LCD panel inside a vehicle. 
7th October 2016

In-vehicle mobility assistant keeps drivers' eyes on the road

In-vehicle mobility assistant keeps drivers' eyes on the road
Discovering Start-Ups finalist, Third Space Auto, create intelligent applications for automobiles that enable people to do more while in the vehicle, using artificial intelligence to create applications that transform the way people interact with their content via their smart phones and the IVI systems in the vehicle. They prioritise creating applications for under-served segments such as families and those who need to be plugged into work while behind the wheel.
6th October 2016

Making car navigation safer and easier for drivers

Making car navigation safer and easier for drivers
Smartphones have made it easier for drivers to navigate to new destinations with directions at their fingertips wherever they are, but it does present safety risks. Technology firm FOCUS aims to make the roads safer with a new device that helps drivers keep their eyes on the road at all times.
5th October 2016

Enhancing ADAS and infotainment applications

Enhancing ADAS and infotainment applications
The automotive product portfolio from Lattice Semiconductor Corporation has been expanded with the introduction of the ECP5 and CrossLink programmable devices tailored specifically for interface bridging applications.
15th September 2016

MOST50 networking devices implemented in the Lexus GS

MOST50 networking devices implemented in the Lexus GS
Microchip Technology has announced that its MOST50 Intelligent Network Interface Controllers (INICs) are powering the infotainment systems of the Lexus GS line of luxury sedans. The new GS line is the latest Toyota brand to use MOST50 in their infotainment system. The Lexus GS is using Microchip’s OS81092 INIC.
14th September 2016


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