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The merger in April 2010 between NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology has given birth to Renesas Electronics.
As a semiconductor manufacturer, we strive to be the first to meet the needs of our customers worldwide with the aim of becoming one of their most trusted partners.


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Battery management IC maximises driving range for EVs

Battery management IC maximises driving range for EVs
Renesas Electronics has announced its fourth-generation lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery management IC that offers unmatched life time accuracy. The ISL78714 provides accurate cell voltage and temperature monitoring, along with cell balancing and extensive system diagnostics to protect 14-cell Li-ion battery packs while maximising driving time and range for hybrid and electric vehicles (HEV/MHEV/PHEV/BEV).
8th August 2019

Joint lab to accelerate development for China's automotive market

Joint lab to accelerate development for China's automotive market
Renesas Electronics has announced that it has established the 'Automotive Electronic Joint Laboratory' with SAIC Volkswagen Automobile Co., (“SVW”). The SAIC-Volkswagen-Renesas Joint Laboratory will accelerate research and development efforts to support emerging automotive electronics applications, starting with cockpit and vehicle control, for the Chinese automotive market.
11th June 2019

Software designed to utilise hardware accelerators in R-Car V3H

Software designed to utilise hardware accelerators in R-Car V3H
Renesas Electronics continues to accelerate the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) systems with a new Perception Quick Start Software based on its R-Car V3H System-on-Chip (SoC). The solution delivers reference software for Camera Obstacle Detection (COD), LiDAR Obstacle Detection (LOD), and Road Feature Detection (RFD) - three key recognition areas for sensor-based Level 2+ autonomous vehicle systems.
3rd June 2019


Automotive cockpit reference solution based on R-Car SoC

Automotive cockpit reference solution based on R-Car SoC
Renesas Electronics has introduced the Renesas Cockpit Reference Solution, providing an out-of-the-box development experience for quick and cost effective digital cockpit application design. Developed based on Renesas R-Car M3 System-on-Chip (SoC), the Renesas Cockpit Reference Solution delivers a combination of production focused, module-level hardware and software developed by Renesas with additional software from Renesas’ automotive partner network to ease the burden of system-level design.
30th May 2019

Autonomous AI with low power consumption on R-Car V3H

At the European R-Car Consortium Forum, Cortica demonstrates its in-vehicle unsupervised learning technology using the highly power-efficient CNN IP available in Renesas’ R-Car V3H SoC for premium front cameras.
3rd April 2019

Winners announced for the embedded world MCU car rally

Winners announced for the embedded world MCU car rally
Renesas has announced the winners of its MCU Car Rally contest for university students, which was held at embedded world 2019. Thirty teams from universities all over Europe, comprising approximately 150 students and their tutors, participated in the challenge with each team developing a functioning model rally car that included sensors to detect a white line on the track and an RX MCU from Renesas. The lap times were recorded by a timing system based on the Renesas Synergy Platform.
21st March 2019

Cross-domain flash MCU featuring virtualisation

Cross-domain flash MCU featuring virtualisation
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced a microcontroller (MCU) with embedded flash that integrates a hardware-based virtualisation-assisted function while maintaining the fast, real-time performance of the RH850 products. This hardware-based virtualisation assist technology can support up to ASIL D level of functional safety, providing greater levels of system integration.
4th March 2019

Virtualisation-assisted functions for automotive architectures

Virtualisation-assisted functions for automotive architectures
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics Corporation, has announced the development and successful operation verification of an automotive test chip as a technological stepping stone toward the realisation of next-generation automotive-control flash Microcontrollers (MCUs) employing a 28 nanometer (nm) low-power process. 
19th February 2019

Renesas official technology partner of Mahindra Racing

Renesas official technology partner of Mahindra Racing
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, congratulated Mahindra Racing on a great performance at the Moroccan track last Saturday for the second round of the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Team driver Jerome D’Ambrosio took a win, after starting from tenth, and now leads the driver’s championship.
21st January 2019

Wind River teams with Renesas to advance ADAS

Wind River teams with Renesas to advance ADAS
IoT software specialist Wind River and Renesas Electronics Corporation are expanding their collaboration for connected, advanced driver assist systems (ADAS), and autonomous driving programmes, including plans to pre-validate Wind River software with the latest Renesas R-Car systems-on-chip (SoCs).
5th December 2018

Renesas and Mahindra Racing expand Formula E partnership

Renesas and Mahindra Racing expand Formula E partnership
Renesas Electronics Corporation has announced that it is expanding its strategic technology partnership with Mahindra & Mahindra, a developer of electric vehicles (EVs), and Mahindra Racing, one of the ten founding teams competing in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, for the 2018-19 season.
20th November 2018

Safety analysis tool to simplify automotive ISO 26262 compliance

Safety analysis tool to simplify automotive ISO 26262 compliance
Renesas Electronics is announcing the release of the GUI CAR (Customisable Analysis Report) Tool, an innovative safety analysis tool that will enhance customers’ ability to quickly integrate Renesas products into their safety-critical automotive systems while increasing user confidence in system compliance to the latest safety standard.
9th November 2018

MOSFET driver enables high current conversion with adjustable deadtime

MOSFET driver enables high current conversion with adjustable deadtime
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced a new family of automotive-grade 100V, four amp half-bridge N-channel MOSFET drivers. The ISL784x4 family features three devices: the ISL78424 and ISL78444 with single tri-level PWM input for controlling both gate drivers, and the ISL78434, which has dual independent inputs that separately control the high-side and low-side drivers. 
8th November 2018

High-End 3D Graphics for Large-Scale Display Instrument Clusters

High-End 3D Graphics for Large-Scale Display Instrument Clusters
To address the increasing demand for large-scale digital instrument clusters among all class of vehicles, Renesas extends the scalable range of the R-Car family of system-on-chip (SoC) devices with the introduction of the R-Car E3 to realize high-end 3D graphics on the largest class of displays used for automotive instrument clusters – 12.3 inches, 1,920 x 720 pixels. Combining the smooth 3D rendering capabilities with integrated audio DSP and other peripheral functions, the single-chip SoC supports instrument clusters as well as in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems with display audio and other capabilities.
3rd November 2018

Partnership enables secure environment for automotive systems

Partnership enables secure environment for automotive systems
Renesas has announced they are expanding their partnership to offer an integrated virtualisation, functional safety and secure development environment for the Renesas R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) devices. Using BlackBerry’s QNX software, it was developed as part of the companies’ ongoing strategic relationship to advance autonomous and connected driving technology.
25th October 2018

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems
Renesas has introduced an integrated open Image Signal Processor (ISP) solution to further ease and speed the development of automotive smart camera applications based on the Renesas high performance R-Car V3M and R-Car V3H System-on-Chips (SoCs). Integrating the ISP on the R-Car V3x SoCs and leveraging MM Solutions’ Automotive Camera Development Kit (AutoCDK), the open ISP solution on R-Car SoCs enables automotive Tier 1s to simplify the sensor calibration and tuning process for camera applications.
19th September 2018

R-Car SoC and hypervisor enables shared display of IVI function

R-Car SoC and hypervisor enables shared display of IVI function
Renesas and OpenSynergy have announced that the Renesas’ System-on-Chip (SoC) R-Car H3 and OpenSynergy’s COQOS Hypervisor SDK have been adopted on Parrot Faurecia’s automotive safe multi-display cockpit. The latest version of Android is the guest OS of the COQOS Hypervisor, which executes the instrument cluster functionality, including safety-relevant display elements based on Linux, and the Android-based in-vehicle infotainment on a single R-Car H3 SoC chip.
12th September 2018

Software paves way for integrated cockpit and connected car devices

Software paves way for integrated cockpit and connected car devices
Renesas Electronics has announced the 'R-Car virtualisation support package' that enables easier development of hypervisors for the R-Car automotive system-on-chip (SoC). The R-Car virtualisation support package includes, at no charge, both the R-Car hypervisor development guide document and sample software for use as reference in such development for software vendors who develop the embedded hypervisors that are required for integrated cockpits and connected car applications. 
3rd July 2018

Software development update eases automotive microcontrollers

Software development update eases automotive microcontrollers
Renesas Electronics has announced an update to its 'Embedded Target for RH850Multicore' model-based development environment for multicore microcontrollers (MCUs) for automotive control applications. The update supports development of systems with multirate control (multiple control periods), which is now common in systems such as engine and body control systems.
18th June 2018

Bringing advanced safety features to more vehicles

Bringing advanced safety features to more vehicles
Renesas Electronics and Magna, a mobility technology company are aiming to accelerate the mass adoption of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) features with a new cost efficient 3D surround view system designed for entry- and mid-range vehicles. The 3D surround view system adopts Renesas’ high performance, low power System-on-Chip (SoC) optimised for smart camera and surround view systems.
18th May 2018


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