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Delphi to Present Simulation Method Enabling More Efficient Design Process and Reduced Development Time

Delphi Automotive is working to improve the noise comfort for vehicle passengers and pedestrians around the vehicle through virtual product simulation tools, as highlighted at the Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference last month.
1st June 2011

Climatic Wind Tunnel Helps Audi At Le Mans

Premiere for Audi Sport: theAudi R18 TDI, with which AudiSport Team Joestcontests the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 11/12, is thefirst Audirace car to be developed with the aid of thenew climatic wind tunnel.
1st June 2011

Active Aerodynamics Help New Ford Mondeo Save Fuel

The latest Ford models use smart new ‘active’ aerodynamic features to cut drag, resulting in fuel savings and reduced emissions.
1st June 2011

Freescale introduces StarterTRAK development kits for Qorivva automotive microcontrollers

Shorter development cycles and faster time to market are crucial for Freescale Semiconductor’s automotive electronics customers, particularly in emerging markets. With this in mind, Freescale today announced a new line of development kits, called StarterTRAK, for its Qorivva 32-bit microcontrollers. Three StarterTRAK kits are now available for order.
31st May 2011

Automotive and Transportation Selection Guide

Download TI's Automotive and Transportation Selection Guide and see featured new products, a wide range of design factors and parametric tables.
25th May 2011

MOST® Cooperation Releases MOST150

The MOST Cooperation has released the MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub- Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable. This MOST150 coax physical standard complements the existing MOST150 optical physical layer in the infotainment domain, especially for 10 OEMs who have stringent preferences in the electrical physical layer, stated Dr. Wolfgang Bott, Technical Coordinator of the MOST Cooperation.
4th May 2011

Delphi Debuts Patented Electrical Center Design for 'No Tools Required' Installation

As vehicle electronics content continues to increase, automotive suppliers and OEMs are faced with the challenge of safely and accurately mating hundreds of connections during the electrical center installation process. Delphi Automotive has engineered and patented a connection system design that simplifies the final assembly of the electrical center into the vehicle. The system requires no tools and is ergonomically designed to help ensure the assembly operator's safety. The technology will be on display at the SAE World Congress here this week
27th April 2011

MathWorks Introduces Automatic C Code Generation Directly from MATLAB Language

MathWorks Introduces Automatic C Code Generation Directly from MATLAB Language
MathWorks today announced the availability of MATLAB Coder, which enables design engineers to automatically generate readable, portable C and C++ code directly from their MATLAB algorithms. This new product eliminates the need to manually translate MATLAB algorithm code into C and C++ code for prototyping, implementation, and software integration. This automation results in a faster, more efficient system-development workflow.
27th April 2011

Mitsuba Accelerates Electric Controlled Motor System Development Time with MATLAB and Simulink

MathWorks announced that Mitsuba, manufacturer of wiper motors, used MATLAB and Simulink to develop the controller of the innovative reversing wiper and deliver a complete system in 81% less time than estimated. By adopting Model-Based Design, including automatic production code generation, Mitsuba reduced their project development time from 16 weeks to 3 weeks.
27th April 2011

RESCAR 2.0 Enhances the Robustness of Electronic Automotive Components; Major Step on the Path to Becoming a Leading Electromobility Supplier

Whether in the powertrain, in central control units or in body and convenience electronics – there is a constant increase in the proportion of electronic components used in the car. This trend is accompanied by growing complexity of the systems installed, meaning that designers are forever faced with new challenges in the fine tuning. Six partners from all levels of the development chain have now joined forces in a quest to come up with overarching solutions. The members of the RESCAR 2.0 research project (RESCAR being the German acronym for the robust design of new electronic components for applications in the field of electromobility) seek to enhance the reliability and robustness of electronic automotive components. The project is receiving support from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to the tune of approximately Euro 6.5 million as part of the funding program known as “STROM” (German acronym signifying key technologies for electromobility). Together with the partners, the joint research investment volume is planned at about Euro 13.3 million over the coming three years.
20th April 2011

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