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ICs with embedded 'intelligence' manage in-car processes

ICs with embedded 'intelligence' manage in-car processes
System ICs are Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) designed to meet special requirements in vehicle systems. They are integrated on a single silicon chip measuring only a few square millimetres, and house complex circuits with up to several million individual electronic functions. Bosch introduced four system-ICs at electronica 2018. A chip for EVs will shut off the power in the event of an accident, ensuring safety for driver and passengers and enable rescuers to work without being put in danger.
28th November 2018

High-G acceleration sensors increase driver and passenger safety

High-G acceleration sensors increase driver and passenger safety
At this year's electronica show, Bosch will announce a new generation of high-G acceleration sensors. The SMA7xy sensor family improves safety for car drivers and passengers. When the acceleration sensors detect a collision, the passive safety systems such as airbags can now be deployed earlier, and the restraining effect can be precisely set for the given accident scenario. In this way, the consequences of accidents can be further mitigated.
8th November 2018

CES 2018: plug-in collision detection and analysis

CES 2018: plug-in collision detection and analysis
At the 2018 international CES in Las Vegas, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions will announce the Telematics eCall Plug (TEP), a retrofit plug-in sensor device. It delivers event data such as driving behaviour and crash detection for telematics, fleet management and insurance applications. The smart sensor device easily plugs into a standard 12V car cigarette lighter socket.
8th January 2018


Electronic driver assistance system for trams

Electronic driver assistance system for trams
For tram drivers, every second on the job requires complete concentration. Heavy traffic conditions might lead to collisions with other trams, cars or trucks at any time. Soon, the first trams featuring the new Bosch technology that can actively prevent such accidents will enter into service in Frankfurt. The innovative driver assistance system warns tram drivers of any impending collision: if the driver brakes too late, or not at all, the system engages the brakes independently to stop the tram and avoid an accident.
9th May 2016


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