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'Brain-to-vehicle' tech could predict driver behaviour

'Brain-to-vehicle' tech could predict driver behaviour
Tragically, many serious auto accidents were only milliseconds away from being prevented. Piloting a multi-tonne automobile is a game of inches, especially at high speeds. The difference between a major collision and a close call can be the amount of time between when a driver thinks about hitting the brakes or turning the wheel, and the time it takes him or her to actually do it. Author: Sam Chase, The Connected Car
19th January 2018

Smart driving solutions to be showcased at AUTOMOTIVE WORLD

Smart driving solutions to be showcased at AUTOMOTIVE WORLD
STMicroelectronics will exhibit its latest semiconductor solutions for smart driving at AUTOMOTIVE WORLD 2018. The automotive industry is witnessing rapid advances in the development of technologies such as autonomous driving, Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication, and power management in Electric Vehicles (EVs).
19th January 2018

Vision and sensor fusion processor targets ADAS applications

Vision and sensor fusion processor targets ADAS applications
The S32V234 vision and sensor fusion processor from NXP Semiconductors is now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. The processor is designed to support safe computation-intensive applications in vision and sensor fusion applications, including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), front camera systems, pedestrian and object recognition, surround view, and machine learning.
18th January 2018


Integrated automotive HMI platform unveiled at CES 2018

Integrated automotive HMI platform unveiled at CES 2018
A collaboration to deliver the latest in human machine interface (HMI) development platforms for integrated automotive digital cockpits has been announced by the Qt Company and Green Hills Software, focused on production deployment. Qt and Green Hills showcased the HMI platform at CES 2018. The automotive digital cockpit encompasses the majority of the HMI systems in today’s connected vehicles consisting of disparate systems of different safety levels.
17th January 2018

Duo ensure the cyber security of infotainment units

Duo ensure the cyber security of infotainment units
In order to ensure the cyber security of connected automotive technologies, Argus Cyber Security and STMicroelectronics have announced a joint effort. As telematics and infotainment units become increasingly complex to support high-value connected services, they become more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Securing these units against such attacks requires sophisticated, multi-layered security, and ongoing monitoring throughout the lifetime of the vehicle.
16th January 2018

Samsung takes a bold step towards an autonomous future

Samsung takes a bold step towards an autonomous future
Samsung Electronics has introduced its new Samsung DRVLINE platform, positioning itself as the go-to partner for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) providers in the autonomous driving market. The DRVLINE platform is an open, modular, and scalable hardware and software-based platform, which is a valuable solution for automakers because it can integrate technology into new vehicles, while also building a foundation for fleets of the future.
11th January 2018

Born to drive: Developing driverless car deliveries

Born to drive: Developing driverless car deliveries
In order to test the option of driverless movement of cars through the logistics chain, echnology company Semcon is now working together with Volvo Bil. An autonomous solution may free up both time and resources. The project will commence with a pilot study in January.
9th January 2018

Maxim collaborates with NVIDIA on autonomous driving applications

Maxim collaborates with NVIDIA on autonomous driving applications
  Maxim Integrated has collaborated with NVIDIA to support the Level 5 full-autonomy system, the NVIDIA DRIVE Pegasus platform, as well as NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier for Level 4 driving.
9th January 2018

The future of autonomous driving at CES 2018

The future of autonomous driving at CES 2018
It hasn’t been a year since HARMAN International became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, and the two companies have leveraged their combined teams and resources to drive future mobility forward. Unveiled at CES 2018 are a host of connected car solutions that support HARMAN and Samsung’s joint mission to connect the lives of people, whether at home, on the go, or together in the car.
9th January 2018

Boosting GNSS with sensor fusion

Boosting GNSS with sensor fusion
Have you ever been led astray by your car’s GPS? After following it blindly for an hour, it suddenly dawns on you that you’re heading in the wrong direction. The immediate instinct is to blame the device, even though it’s much more likely that you misinterpreted its instructions or mistyped your destination. Either way, you’re fuming behind the wheel and not an inch closer to where you want to go.
8th January 2018


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