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Cyber security solutions required for next-gen vehicle architecture

Cyber security solutions required for next-gen vehicle architecture
  HARMAN and Groupe PSA has announced at the Geneva International Motor Show that the companies are working together to build a comprehensive cyber security strategy for Groupe PSA’s next-gen connected and autonomous vehicles platform.
8th March 2018

Investigating quantum tech to stop hijacking connected vehicles

Investigating quantum tech to stop hijacking connected vehicles
Coming together, quantum technology experts and researchers are investigating how security systems based on the randomness of light can help protect connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) from cyber-attacks. There are fears that CAVS, which include driverless cars and vehicles that have internet connectivity, could be hijacked by criminals with equipment as basic as publicly available software and a laptop computer.
7th March 2018

R-Car V3H System-On-Chip for automotive front cameras

R-Car V3H System-On-Chip for automotive front cameras
Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving technologies such as autonomous-driving vehicles are now becoming more of a reality, thanks to the rapid enhancement in technologies. Renesas Electronics Corporation announced its new R-Car V3H system-on-chip (SoC) that delivers high computer vision performance and AI processing at industry-leading low power levels, targeting automotive front cameras for use in mass-produced Level 3 (conditional automation) and Level 4 (high automation) autonomous vehicles.
27th February 2018


Automotive innovation brings connected car technologies

Automotive innovation brings connected car technologies
Celebrating 15 years of supplying technology solutions for the automotive industry is Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated. Qualcomm Technologies is now the number one semiconductor supplier in telematics and Bluetooth car connectivity, and all major global automakers currently use its broad portfolio of automotive solutions across telematics, infotainment and connectivity.
26th February 2018

Positioning tech for industrial and automotive applications

Positioning tech for industrial and automotive applications
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u‑blox, has announced the u-blox F9 technology platform, delivering high precision positioning solutions for mass market industrial and automotive applications. The platform combines multi-band Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology with dead reckoning, high precision algorithms, and compatibility with a variety of GNSS correction data services to achieve precision down to the centimetre level.
22nd February 2018

Secure car platform has range of connectivity options

Secure car platform has range of connectivity options
  Provide of high-assurance real time operating systems, Green Hills Software, has announced the integration of u-blox automotive connectivity and positioning technology with the Green Hills Platform for Secure Connected Car. 
19th February 2018

Stress module designed for automotive Ethernet applications

Stress module designed for automotive Ethernet applications
  With basicCON 4045, GOEPEL electronic has presented a stress module specifically for automotive Ethernet applications (BroadR-Reach). The simulation of physical faults manipulates the ECU communications, allowing conclusions to be drawn about the stability and robustness of Ethernet vehicle applications.
13th February 2018

New infotainment experience bought to connected cars

New infotainment experience bought to connected cars
  The production availability of a combo solution that delivers robust 2x2 MIMO 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity to vehicles has been announced by Cypress Semiconductor. It enables multiple users to connect and stream unique content to their devices simultaneously.
18th January 2018

Over-The-Air connected vehicle technology to aid fleet operators

Over-The-Air connected vehicle technology to aid fleet operators
Excelfore demonstrated its eSync system with ZF at the CES 2018 exhibition held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The demonstrations took place in the Excelfore demonstration suite at the Westgate Resort, and at the ZF booth (Tech East, LVCC North Hall Booth 8717). They showcased how the eSync Over-The-Air (OTA) platform for updates and diagnostic data retrieval gives operators greater control over their automotive fleets, providing secure mechanisms for continuous improvements in fleet efficiency.
16th January 2018

The in-vehicle experience of tomorrow

The in-vehicle experience of tomorrow
HARMAN International has announced its configurable entertainment and moodscape, the latest experience-centric lifestyle automotive solutions offering personalised entertainment, comfort and convenience for passengers. Developed on the company’s new HARMAN AudioworX platform, these new solutions deliver intelligently tailored in-vehicle experiences, ushering in a new era of personalisation for shared mobility and autonomous vehicles.
10th January 2018


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