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Tool simplifies multi-sensor application development

Tool simplifies multi-sensor application development
A tool for developing multi-sensor applications, vADASdeveloper, has been introduced by Vector Informatik. Having been adopted by BASELABS earlier this year, developers of ADASs and ECUs for automated driving can benefit from a comprehensive solution for data fusion and environment perception.
11th February 2015

Blind spot ADAS is available below premium segment

A radar sensor system, which monitors the blind spot in the car’s rear section, has been developed by Infineon Technologies and German automotive supplier, Hella. The radar scan detects moving objects even in poor weather and independent of the direction and speed of their motion. For precision, the system features antennas, which, for example, warn drivers of vehicles coming from behind when changing lanes. 
5th February 2015

ICs for ADAS & infotainment feature H.264 codec

ICs for ADAS & infotainment feature H.264 codec
Optimised for the robust MOST high-speed automotive infotainment and ADAS network technology, Microchip has announced two H.264 video I/O companion ICs. The OS85621 and OS85623 devices expand Microchip’s existing family of MOST I/O companions with a cost-effective video codec solution.
3rd February 2015


In-vehicle computer provides vehicle safety control

In-vehicle computer provides vehicle safety control
An in-vehicle computer, powered by the 1.91GHz Intel Atom quad-core E3845 SoC, has been introduced by ARBOR Technology. Providing security, communication and energy control, the ARTS-1450 is suitable for in-vehicle surveillance and fleet management in police cars, buses, ambulances and trucks, among others. 
30th January 2015

A safer, cleaner & smarter automotive industry

The journey to a safer, cleaner and smarter automotive industry. By Luc van Dijk, IC Architect, Vehicle Networking product line, NXP Semiconductors.
16th January 2015

OpenCL ADAS development environment addresses safety concerns

With today’s Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the “self-driving car” concept has captured the world’s imagination. But the enormous opportunities presented come with significant challenges to be solved. Freescale aims to address two critical speed bumps on the path toward autonomous driving - the lack of open standards for ADAS system development, and the debatable premise that consumer-focused silicon chips are safe enough for safety-critical autonomous applications.
14th January 2015

Clarion supplies Porsche with 360° camera system

Clarion supplies Porsche with 360° camera system
  Clarion has announced that it will supply Porsche with its 360° camera system for the company’s Panamera four-door sports sedan range. The companies have collaborated in the development of the camera, which will be offered as a factory-installed option for the 2014 model onwards.
13th January 2015

Investment aims to drive global V2X uptake

V2X technology will allow cars to communicate with one another and the surrounding intelligent traffic infrastructure by wirelessly exchanging real-time warning messages and traffic information. Aiming to drive the rapid global uptake of V2X technology, NXP Semiconductors has announced a follow-on investment in Cohda Wireless, a software company specialising in automotive safety applications.
8th January 2015

Audi chooses Altera SOC FPGAs for driver assistance

Audi chooses Altera SOC FPGAs for driver assistance
Altera has announced that its SoC FPGAs have been selected for use in Audi’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) targeted for mass production. Audi and Austrian high-tech company TTTech chose the Altera Cyclone V SoC FPGA for its ability to increase system performance and enable the differentiated features Audi requires for piloted driving and parking.
5th January 2015

Low-latency graphics bring autonomous vehicles a step closer

Low-latency graphics bring autonomous vehicles a step closer
Driving simulator software, originally developed for Formula 1, will enable vehicle manufacturers to test Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technologies more accurately than ever before, says maker rFpro. The company believes many of the challenges faced by ADAS developers can be reduced by validating the control system response more comprehensively with a Driver-In-the-Loop (DIL) prior to installation on the vehicle.
17th December 2014


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