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Simplifying the measurement of ECUs and ADAS sensors

Simplifying the measurement of ECUs and ADAS sensors
In the new version of its CANape measurement and calibration tool, Vector integrates many new functions. In this way, calibration engineers can simplify their work and interactions with their ECUs. The storage of configuration files in containers accelerates important project transfer operations. Improvements have also been made in the field of ADAS development, in particular for the visualisation of LIDAR sensor data.
13th February 2018

National Instruments technical innovation award goes to ADAS iiT

National Instruments technical innovation award goes to ADAS iiT
  National Instruments (NI) has honoured the 'ADAS iiT Consortium - Innovation in Test' with its 2018 Technical Innovation Award. The prize is awarded to partner companies who employ new NI technologies at an early stage, thereby reflecting their roles as early adopters who promote innovation in particular.
13th February 2018

Taking the driver out of the factory

Taking the driver out of the factory
In the 1993 science fiction film, Jurassic Park, visitors could take a tour in an autonomous Ford Explorer that used tracks on the ground to navigate. This was a good prediction of future technological advancements, but the autonomous vehicles of today are far more advanced than the Jurassic Explorer. Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director of EU Automation, explains how autonomous vehicles are beginning to transform the manufacturing industry.
6th February 2018


Uber is soon to launch truly driverless cars

Uber is soon to launch truly driverless cars
For a long time, the phrase 'driverless cars' has been something of a misnomer. With the technology still being developed, safety concerns have necessitated at least one, and sometimes two, human monitors inside of autonomous vehicles. These monitors check the status of a vehicle and are ready to take over control should it become necessary. Of course, 'self-driving cars with fully alert engineer attendants' doesn't quite have the same ring to it.
1st February 2018

The evolution of TDA

Discover the past and future generations of TDA’s innovative and optimised ADAS technologies.
29th January 2018

What's got no steering wheel, pedals or driver?

What's got no steering wheel, pedals or driver?
  In theory, there's no reason why a fully autonomous vehicle would need pedals or a steering wheel. If a driverless car is turning, accelerating and braking entirely on its own, the auto parts that allow humans to perform these tasks become redundant. Author: Justin Tejada, The Connected Car
25th January 2018

Striving for an autonomous driving development

Striving for an autonomous driving development
At this year's CES show in Las Vegas, Infineon Technologies and Baidu jointly announced that Infineon is joining the Apollo Program of Baidu. Based on Baidu’s ability in AI and autonomous driving, as well as Infineon’s advantage in automotive electronics hardware platforms, both parties will cooperate in depth to promote rapid development of autonomous driving technology to improve people’s intelligent life.
24th January 2018

Self-driving vehicle course is quackers

Self-driving vehicle course is quackers
  ETH Zurich students are learning about self-driving vehicles using a model with a fleet of mini-taxis. As part of the Duckietown course, they are working together with students in Montreal and Chicago on problems that concern developers of self-driving cars around the world.
24th January 2018

Memory solution supports AI automotive and networking applications

Memory solution supports AI automotive and networking applications
  The new GDDR6 (Graphics Double Data Rate) Memory PHY IP Core has been announced by Rambus, which is targeted for high-performance applications including cryptocurrency mining, artificial intelligence (AI), ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) and networking.
24th January 2018

'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


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