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Image sensor platform designed for ADAS and autonomous driving

Image sensor platform designed for ADAS and autonomous driving
To address the spectrum of applications for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, ON Semiconductor has announced a scalable family of CMOS image sensors. The company's newest sensor family offers car makers and tier one suppliers a choice of robust imaging devices based on a common platform and feature set. The sensors have resolutions scaling from 8.3MP down to 1.2MP with low light performance from 4.2µm pixels.
8th January 2018

On the road to autonomous vehicles

On the road to autonomous vehicles
  The automotive sector has reached a tipping point. As it approaches SAE Level 3 – partial autonomy - cars are transitioning from being human to self-driven. In a recent webinar, David Somo (pictured), Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy & Marketing, ON Semiconductor, discussed the challenges facing the autonomous car industry.
3rd January 2018

Duo collaborate on connected cockpit vehicle

Duo collaborate on connected cockpit vehicle
A collaboration has been announced between Renesas Electronics and Green Hills Software for the Renesas Connected Cockpit Vehicle developed with a Dodge Ram truck. Stationed in both companies’ areas at CES 2018, the Dodge Ram 1500 truck includes many new immersive technologies and integrates production-ready automotive-grade hardware.
2nd January 2018


Renesas hits the accelerator on autonomous and cockpit development

Renesas hits the accelerator on autonomous and cockpit development
Renesas has announced the next-gen of its Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), automated driving, and connected cockpit demonstration vehicles. From sensor fusion to ADAS to connected cockpits, the three Renesas vehicles demonstrate fully integrated systems based on advanced, production-ready technologies that enable OEMs and Tier 1s to solve the complex challenges of autonomous vehicle design as the industry shifts from test and simulation to product development.
2nd January 2018

Roborace brings driverless tech to the Autosport stage

Roborace brings driverless tech to the Autosport stage
  The world's first driverless electric racing competition, Roborace, is set to take pride of place on the Autosport Stage at Autosport International 2018. Always at the forefront of future technology, visitors will have an opportunity to get close to Roborace’s autonomous ‘Robocar’ from Friday through to Sunday.
2nd January 2018

Self-driving lifts now a reality in Boston

Self-driving lifts now a reality in Boston
  In June, lift-hailing company Lyft and the Boston-based autonomous driving startup NuTonomy announced a 'strategic R&D partnership' to improve the AV customer experience for our driverless future. Author: Justin Tejada, The Connected Car
21st December 2017

High performance automotive solution for autonomous driving

High performance automotive solution for autonomous driving
A secure, high-performance automotive solution with over-the-air (OTA) capabilities has been announced by Renesas Electronics and Airbiquity, targeting advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), vehicle-to-everything (V2X), and automated driving applications of the future. To prepare for the upcoming autonomous-driving era, the two companies are integrating Airbiquity’s OTAmatic cloud-based OTA software and data management service delivery solution on Renesas’ high-performance, low-power R-Car H3 automotive computing platform.
21st December 2017

Autonomous driving solution targeting applications of the future

Autonomous driving solution targeting applications of the future
  Renesas Electronics and Airbiquity have announced the release of a a secure, high performance automotive solution with Over-The-Air (OTA) capabilities, targeting Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), vehicle-to-everything (V2X), and automated driving applications of the future.
20th December 2017

UFS 2.1-compliant flash memory for automotive applications

UFS 2.1-compliant flash memory for automotive applications
Sample shipments of Toshiba Memory Europe's embedded NAND flash memory products for automotive applications that are compliant with JEDEC UFS version 2.1 have begun. The new products meet AEC-Q100 Grade 2 requirements, support the wide temperature range of -40 to 105°C, and offer the enhanced reliability capabilities that are required by increasingly complex automotive applications.
14th December 2017

Scalable ADAS solution opens up the front camera market

Scalable ADAS solution opens up the front camera market
  Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, and HELLA Aglaia, one of the global developers of intelligent visual sensor systems, have announced their open and scalable front camera solution for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving.
14th December 2017


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