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Reference design aids EFI emission compliance

Reference design aids EFI emission compliance
To help the automotive industry meet the upcoming emissions regulations for single- and twin-cylinder gasoline engines, STMicroelectronics, with Arrow Electronics, has released a complete reference design ECU (Electronic Control Unit) for electronic fuel-injection (EFI).
17th July 2019

Switching regulator with wide voltage for automotive applications

Switching regulator with wide voltage for automotive applications
  The STMicroelectronics A7987 automotive switching regulator has a wide input-voltage range that allows use in trucks and buses, and an adjustable output voltage that ensures flexibility and stable performance to power the numerous voltage rails in automotive applications such as body infotainment and telematics.
5th July 2019

Accelerate time to market for V2X and secure telematics applications

Accelerate time to market for V2X and secure telematics applications
Unex and STMicroelectronics have announced the integration of Unex’s SOM-301, a flexible and cyber-secure V2X System-on-Module, on STMicroelectronics’ Telemaco3P Modular Telematics Platform (TC3P-MTP). Unex’s SOM-301 is a self-contained System-on-Module that integrates all V2X essential hardware and software components and features Unex’s V2Xcast technology.
28th June 2019


Sneak peak: STMicroelectronics automotive display vision

This is a sneak peek at STMicroelectronics recently launched Automotive Camera Solutions: HDR LED Flicker-Free sensor and ISP--VG6768+STV0971 applied in e-mirror and ADAS systems.
14th June 2019

STMicroelectronics joins Car Connectivity Consortium

STMicroelectronics joins Car Connectivity Consortium
  STMicroelectronics has announced that it has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), a cross-industry organisation advancing global technologies for smartphone-to-car connectivity solutions.
24th May 2019

Duo collaborate to enable faster delivery of connected car systems

Duo collaborate to enable faster delivery of connected car systems
STMicroelectronics has joined forces with Virscient, a provider of hardware and software development services and support for customers building automotive solutions using ST's Telemaco3P secure telematics and connectivity processors. Virscient offers support to ST customers in the development and delivery of advanced automotive applications based on the ST Modular Telematics Platform (MTP).
5th March 2019

Premium LED automotive lighting at embedded world 2019

ST’s LED array drivers fully integrate all functions required to drive high brightness LEDs.
28th February 2019

Automotive MCUs introducing Phase Change Memory (PCM)

Why is ST investing in Phase Change Memory?
27th February 2019

Automotive applications: telematics and networking

This video from STMicroelectronics will help you make all your automotive applications smarter.
15th February 2019

Development lab for eco-friendly automotive solutions

Development lab for eco-friendly automotive solutions
Semiconductor specialist serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, STMicroelectronics, has worked with Hyundai Autron to outfit and open a joint development lab in Seoul. The Autron-ST Development Lab (ASDL) provides an environment for engineers from both companies to collaborate on pioneering for eco-friendly vehicles, with a focus on powertrain controllers. 
4th February 2019

NFC Reader IC adopted for automotive wireless charging design

NFC Reader IC adopted for automotive wireless charging design
STMicroelectronics has announced that its automotive NFC Reader IC (ST25R3914) and its automotive 8-bit microcontroller (STM8AF) have been chosen for the Qi-compliant automotive wireless charging reference design from Rohm. Contactless communication based on NFC is already in extensive use for functions such as mobile payment by smartphone and in recent years, NFC use has been rapidly widening from mobile devices to industrial equipment, IoT devices, and even automotive systems.
22nd January 2019

Latest solutions for smart driving displayed at AUTOMOTIVE WORLD

Latest solutions for smart driving displayed at AUTOMOTIVE WORLD
STMicroelectronics displayed its latest semiconductor solutions for smart driving at the 11th edition of the AUTOMOTIVE WORLD show in Tokyo, Japan. Building upon its broad range of automotive semiconductors, ST exhibited solutions that accelerate car digitalisation and electrification in autonomous driving, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and power control for electric and hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV).
21st January 2019

Collaboration to detect automotive hacking

Collaboration to detect automotive hacking
Supplier of high-end cyber security solutions for the automotive industry, Arilou Information Security Technologies, part of NNG Group, and STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor provider, are working together on the integration of Arilou's Intrusion Detection and Prevention system (IDPS) Software solution into ST's SPC58 Chorus series of 32-bit automotive microcontrollers (MCUs). 
11th January 2019

Automotive applications: ADAS

Making all your automotive applications smarter with ADAS.
18th December 2018

Embedded PCM for automotive MCUs begin sampling

Embedded PCM for automotive MCUs begin sampling
STMicroelectronics has presented at IEDM2018 architecture and performance benchmarks of a technology based on 28nm FD-SOI with embedded Phase-Change Memory (ePCM) designed for its automotive microcontrollers (MCUs). ST's products based on ePCM are sampling now to alpha customers, with field trials meeting the requirements of automotive applications and full technology qualification expected in 2020.
11th December 2018

Energy-saving low-noise LDO regulator powers automotive modules

Energy-saving low-noise LDO regulator powers automotive modules
For always-on automotive modules and noise-sensitive loads, STMicroelectronics has released the LDO40L 400mA low-dropout linear regulator, which delivers quiet and efficient power. With 45µA quiescent current, the AEC-Q100 qualified LDO40L reduces the demand on vehicle batteries to run loads such as body and interior functions that are active when the ignition is off.
10th December 2018

Image sensors enhance driver and passenger safety

Image sensors enhance driver and passenger safety
  STMicroelectronics has unveiled two new automotive global shutter image sensors, the VG5661 and VG5761, featured for driver monitoring. Both were demonstrated with automotive software innovator Jungo's driver-monitoring solution CoDriver, at the recent AutoSens Imaging conference and at electronica 2018.
4th December 2018

Automotive MCU enables high speed in-vehicle networking

Automotive MCU enables high speed in-vehicle networking
With its latest high performance, multi-core, multi-interface automotive microcontroller, STMicroelectronics is making connected cars safer, more flexible and future proof. As critical vehicle powertrain, body, chassis, and infotainment features increasingly become defined by software, securely delivering updates such as fixes and option packs Over The Air (OTA) enhances cost efficiency and customer convenience.
8th November 2018

Making solutions smarter at electronica 2018

Explore Smart Solutions for Automotive and Industrial Applications from ST at electronica 2018, from 13th to 16th November in Munich, Germany.
5th November 2018

Precision MEMS sensor supports accurate positioning for cars

Precision MEMS sensor supports accurate positioning for cars
A new product has been introduced by STMicroelectronics with the automotive-grade ASM330LHH six axis inertial sensor for super high resolution motion tracking in advanced vehicle navigation and telematics applications.
9th July 2018


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