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Open-source software in infotainment systems Bosch joins Genivi Alliance Specially designed in-vehicle reference platform

Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH has now joined the Genivi Alliance as a core member. This alliance is an industrial association in the automotive and consumer electronics industry that aims to promote the development and introduction of an open reference platform for infotainment systems in vehicles. Our primary goal in this alliance is to reduce development time and minimize development costs, commented Dr.-Ing. Michael Bolle, Executive Vice President Engineering in the Bosch Car Multimedia division.
21st February 2011

Touch & Connect for the new Opel Corsa Radio, navigation and phone all in one

Touch screen along with keys and controls enable intuitive operation Exact route guidance with SD card navigation Convenient USB interface for portable MP3 devices or iPods Bluetooth allows hands-free talking and audio playback
21st February 2011

91905 series - Molex introduces innovative MOST Straight Junction Box

91905 series  - Molex introduces innovative MOST Straight Junction Box
Molex Incorporated introduces an innovative reflow soldering process compatible MOST Straight Junction Box. Automotive OEMs can achieve significant reductions in process time and assembly costs in their multimedia and infotainment networking product manufacturing by using the new Molex Straight Junction Box.
24th January 2011


MAX9249: Gigabit multimedia serial link with integrated full-duplex control channel reduces EMI and saves cost

MAX9249: Gigabit multimedia serial link with integrated full-duplex control channel reduces EMI and saves cost
Maxim introduced the latest member of its high-speed LVDS serializer family: the MAX9249 serializer with LVDS system interface. This serializer pairs with the MAX9260 deserializer to form a gigabit multimedia chipset that provides a complete bidirectional digital-video link over a single DC-balanced twisted-pair or differential line. Maxim's proprietary, differential, full-duplex control channel eliminates the need for an external CAN or LIN interface, thus simplifying design while saving space and cost. This approach enables bidirectional communication with the display module, as well as programming of camera settings through a UART/I2C interface on a frame-by-frame basis. The MAX9249/MAX9260 chipset is ideal for automotive infotainment and camera applications such as navigation, sign recognition, collision avoidance, night vision, and lane departure.
24th January 2011


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