Driver Assistance Systems

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DNN hardware IP for image recognition AI

DNN hardware IP for image recognition AI
The development of Deep Neural Network (DNN) hardware IP that will help to realise advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving functions, has been announced by Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation. The company will integrate the DNN hardware IP with conventional image processing technology and start sample shipments of Visconti 5, the next generation of Toshiba’s image-recognition processor, in September 2019.
18th January 2019

Security service launches misbehaviour authority service

Security service launches misbehaviour authority service
The wholly owned subsidiary of Green Hills Software, INTEGRITY Security Services (ISS) has announced the ISS Misbehavior Authority Service (MAS), which is the first MA Service for the US V2X ecosystem. The ISS MAS will begin by serving all CMS Subscribers already subscribing to the ISS Certificate Management Service (CMS).
17th January 2019

Deserialiser supports ultra-high-speed forward channel

Deserialiser supports ultra-high-speed forward channel
The DS90UB934-Q1 FPD-Link III deserialiser from Texas Instruments, in conjunction with the DS90UB913A/933-Q1 serialises, supports the video transport needs with an ultra-high-speed forward channel and an embedded bidirectional control channel. The DS90UB934-Q1 converts the FPD-Link III stream into a parallel CMOS output interface designed to support automotive image sensors up to 12 bits at 100 MHz with resolutions including 1MP/60fps and 2MP/30fps.
15th January 2019


High-definition maps for autonomous vehicles

High-definition maps for autonomous vehicles
A strategic collaboration to advance the development of high-definition (HD) maps in autonomous vehicles has been announced between Analog Devices, (ADI) and Momenta. HD maps are a critical element of autonomous driving and must deliver accurate, real-time information to help safely guide the vehicle to its destination. 
15th January 2019

Edge computing solution powering autonomous vehicles

Edge computing solution powering autonomous vehicles
It has been announced that Molex is expanding its autonomous and connected vehicle capabilities by working with Accenture and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to bring edge computing and voice assistant capabilities to the Molex Automotive Ethernet Network Platform. These new digital enhancements to the Platform offer essential autonomous vehicle performance and communication functionality for automotive OEMs.
14th January 2019

The ‘invisible’ trailer, teleportation and more at CES 2019

The ‘invisible’ trailer, teleportation and more at CES 2019
Make your trailer ‘Invisible’ with Valeo XtraVue Trailer. Reportedly the first of its kind on the market, Valeo XtraVue Trailer is an innovation that enables drivers to see what is happening on the road behind their trailer or caravan, an invaluable driving assistance system that makes vehicles easy to manoeuvre and safer to drive. 
11th January 2019

Collaboration to improve roadway safety

Collaboration to improve roadway safety
Driver of energy efficient innovations, ON Semiconductor, and 3M, a global science and innovation company, have jointly announced a collaboration to improve communication between vehicles and roadway infrastructure. Together, ON Semiconductor and 3M have combined decades of image sensing technology and roadway safety experience, to improve navigation for vehicles equipped with automated driving features. 
10th January 2019

Next-gen software framework for connected and autonomous cars

Next-gen software framework for connected and autonomous cars
Wind River has announced enhancements to the Wind River Chassis portfolio of safe and secure automotive software. The latest updates to the Chassis portfolio include the integration with Wind River Titanium Cloud virtualisation software that delivers high reliability and ultra low latency to support the rigorous requirements of the world’s most demanding computing and communications networks.
10th January 2019

Driving forward the vehicles of tomorrow

Driving forward the vehicles of tomorrow
Electronic systems constituted as little as one percent of the total value in the cars of the past. Now, increased technological capabilities and consumer demand for more technology in vehicles have caused a surge in the number of electronic control units (ECUs) in a vehicle. A highly engineered automobile may contain as many as 100 ECUs and up to 100 million lines of code - a far cry of the vehicles of the past and a testament to how important ECUs are to a car’s makeup.
10th January 2019

Collaboration to enable level five automated driving

Collaboration to enable level five automated driving
Specialist in semiconductor solutions Infineon Technologies, along with TTTech Auto, have just released the second generation of their fully integrated automotive-grade safety solution for automated driving use cases. It is based on Infineon’s AURIX TC397XM microcontroller and TTTech Auto’s MotionWise safety software platform. 
9th January 2019


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