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Validation programme to accelerate autonomous vehicle development

Validation programme to accelerate autonomous vehicle development
Siemens has introduced the PAVE360 pre-silicon autonomous validation environment - a programme established to enable and accelerate the development of innovative autonomous vehicle platforms. PAVE360 provides a comprehensive environment for multi-supplier collaboration across the automotive ecosystem for the development of next-gen automotive chips.
16th May 2019

Automotive blockchain technology provides supply chain visibility

Automotive blockchain technology provides supply chain visibility
Vinturas, a consortium of automotive logistics service providers in Europe, has announced that it will operate a digital, blockchain based platform, to provide end-to-end visibility in the supply chain of finished vehicles. Today’s automotive logistics infrastructure is characterised by scattered information flows and multiple legacy systems, making it impossible to trace vehicles on their way to the dealer.
15th May 2019

Innovative technology reducing CO₂ in traffic

Innovative technology reducing CO₂ in traffic
A new technology has been developed by Infineon Technologies and Schweizer Electronic, for the mild-hybridisation of cars; chip embedding for Power MOSFETs. It is set to significantly improve the performance of 48V systems while reducing their complexity. Continental Powertrain will be the first player to adopt the technology.
8th May 2019


Duo collaborate to produce mmwave radar chipset

Duo collaborate to produce mmwave radar chipset
Keysight Technologies has joined forces with Calterah, a leading Chinese automotive millimetre wave radar chipset design house to support the design, verification, test and launch of a new generation of automotive millimetre wave radar chipset that will drive development of the connected car supply chain.
2nd May 2019

Smart embedded motor drive portfolio for automotive applications

Smart embedded motor drive portfolio for automotive applications
Global microelectronics engineering company, Melexis, has announced the latest addition to its Generation II embedded motor driver product portfolio for automotive applications, with the release of the MLX81206. This single-chip solution with 64 KB Flash memory offers higher integration with the ability to drive BLDC motors from 100W to 1,000W. 
30th April 2019

Electrical design software used in next-gen EV system design

Electrical design software used in next-gen EV system design
Siemens has announced that Japanese EV systems provider PUES Corporation has selected Capital electrical design software from Mentor, a Siemens business, to help speed and simplify the development of next-generation automotive electrical/electronic (E/E) systems. PUES turned to Siemens’ Capital software after years of using discrete point solutions across multiple engineering domains. 
24th April 2019

Memory IP subsystem wins ISO 26262 ASIL C certification

Good news for Cadence Design Systems is that its LPDDR4/4X memory IP subsystem, utilising TSMC’s 16nm FinFET Compact (16FFC) technology, has achieved ISO 26262 ASIL C certification from SGS-TÜV Saar. The certification confirms that the Cadence IP is complete and ready for use by customers creating advanced systems-on-chip (SoCs) for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and L3/L4 autonomous driving applications.
23rd April 2019

Failsafe flash translation layer management for flash memory

Failsafe flash translation layer management for flash memory
It has been announced by HCC Embedded (HCC) that its failsafe flash translation layer (SafeFTL) has been tested and verified for the entire range of automotive-grade SPI NAND flash memory products from Micron Technology. Automotive designers integrating Micron SPI NAND flash into automotive systems can use HCC’s SafeFTL to ensure the reliable storage of data to the NAND flash.
17th April 2019

The teenagers writing the code for a self-driving future

The teenagers writing the code for a self-driving future
Tomorrow’s engineers are learning to code self-driving vehicles of the future today thanks to the unique Land Rover 4x4 in Schools programme. Self-driving cars will require an estimated one billion lines of computer code1 – almost 1,000 times more than the 145,000 lines required by NASA to land Apollo 11 on the moon2. To meet the growing need for more coders to deliver these future autonomous and connected vehicles, Jaguar Land Rover is looking to inspire the next generation of software engineers.
16th April 2019

Reliable dash cam footage accessible to all

Reliable dash cam footage accessible to all
The dash cam manufacturer, Mio, is extending its entry-level C-Series range with the introduction of four new options; the MiVue C312, C540, C541 and C570. This now offers a sliding scale of price and feature options to ensure all drivers can feel confident on UK roads with their ever-present eye witness if an accident was unfortunate enough to happen.
11th April 2019


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ELIV 2019
16th October 2019
Germany Bonn World Conference Center