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Organisations to implement C-V2X roadside units

Organisations to implement C-V2X roadside units
At CES 2019, Las Vegas, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) and Qualcomm Technologies, announced the implementation of C-V2X vehicle communication technology. Working closely with Commsignia, C-V2X enabled roadside units (RSUs) will be featured along select roadways.
8th January 2019

Transforming the future of transportation with Blockchain

Transforming the future of transportation with Blockchain
In recent years, cryptocurrencies have brought increasingly more interest in blockchain technology. This has allowed the application of this technology in a number of different industries, and the automotive sector is no exception.
21st December 2018

Connector system designed for automotive connectivity

Connector system designed for automotive connectivity
  Molex recently launched the stAK50h Unsealed Connection System, designed to deliver both signal and Ethernet connectivity in automotive body electronics, safety and driver assist, comfort and infotainment devices and modules.
20th December 2018


Next-gen vehicle connectivity

Next-gen vehicle connectivity
Jeff Baer and Sachin Gupta, Cypress Semiconductor, explain the role of Real Simultaneous Dual Band (RSDB).
12th December 2018

Connectivity solutions for emerging automotive platforms

Connectivity solutions for emerging automotive platforms
Skyworks Solutions has introduced its suite of next-gen SkyOne Ultra 3.0 devices designed for advanced automotive applications. Skyworks’ newest wireless solutions are derivatives of the company’s highly successful SkyOne cellular platform, delivering robust, low latency, high bandwidth LTE connectivity in addition to extended operating temperature ranges and production lifetimes. The portfolio exceeds LTE CAT 16 requirements, is scalable to 5G new radio standards and supports all global cellular bands. 
10th December 2018

Automotive Ethernet network demonstrated at electronica 2018

Automotive Ethernet network demonstrated at electronica 2018
To meet the increased demand for in-vehicle processing power, Molex showcased a lot of new technologies at this year's electronica. Molex understands that top tier automakers are facing new challenges as they strive to build next-generation, intelligent vehicles, they equire agile connectivity solutions with seamless end-to-end network integration across hardware, software and services. 
22nd November 2018

Concept automatically connects car to trailer

Concept automatically connects car to trailer
Why should connecting a trailer be such a hassle? So much so, in fact, that 50% of people prefer not to bother at all. And why have towbars looked more or less the same since 1932? Technology company Semcon put together a team of women to provide more perspectives on product development, resulting in a new automatic concept where cars and trailers connect themselves together without the driver leaving the car. 
21st November 2018

Delivering the Power To Fast-Track Autonomous In-Vehicle Designs

Kontron announced two new platforms designed to fast-track autonomous in-vehicle applications in the evolution of Smart Cities system development. Kontron's S2000 Development Platform and the upcoming availability of its high performance embedded computing (HPEC) EvoTRAC(TM) S1901 platform give developers a deployment-ready design environment and a powerful computing platform that matches ongoing transportation ecosystem needs.
3rd November 2018

Media converter targets automotive Ethernet

Media converter targets automotive Ethernet
Automotive Ethernet is a standardised interface in the automotive industry and an important component of future vehicle architectures. GOEPEL electronic has now developed the second generation of the EasyCON media converter. It physically converts a standard Ethernet layer to Automotive Ethernet 1000/100 Base-T1.
30th October 2018

LIN: take a look inside

LIN: take a look inside
Did you know that drivers, passengers and even cargo can often benefit from up to 80 separate LIN modules placed throughout vehicles? These modules help implement a wide range of features that many of us use multiple times daily, without truly understanding what’s behind the button. Local Interconnect Network (LIN) adoption rates within automotive applications continue to rise as a low-cost and simple implementation for non-safety-critical applications when compared to the CAN.
30th August 2018


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Agile for Automotive 2019
15th May 2019
United States of America Detroit, MI
ELIV 2019
16th October 2019
Germany Bonn World Conference Center