Driver Assistance Systems

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Sat nav acts as an 'eyewitness' if an incident occurs

Sat nav acts as an 'eyewitness' if an incident occurs
The first portable navigation device to feature a built-in dash cam and advanced alerts to enhance driver awareness on the road has been introduced by Garmin International. Thanks to the integrated dash cam that continuously records and automatically saves files on impact, the nüviCam offers the protection of having an eyewitness that records exactly where and when events occurred.
23rd April 2015

Software enables ADAS & autonomous driving applications

Wind River has introduced Automotive Profile for VxWorks. AUTOSAR-compliant software helps customers develop ISO 26262 certifiable automotive safety-critical applications such as ADAS to piloted and autonomous driving.
22nd April 2015

Fault-tolerant MCUs suit safety-critical in-car use

Fault-tolerant MCUs suit safety-critical in-car use
Utilising an in-house 40nm embedded Flash process, ST Microelectronics has added several devices to its multi-core MCU family, aimed at making cars safer. The automotive MCUs combine ISO 26262 ASIL-D compliance, encryption for security and increased memory size for the storage of vital programmes and data, strengthening ST’s line of fault-tolerant MCUs for demanding in-car applications.
22nd April 2015


The colour accuracy of DLP Cinema DMDs in HUDs

The colour accuracy of DLP Cinema DMDs in HUDs
The first DLP chipset engineered and qualified for automotive HUD (Head-Up Display) applications has been introduced by Texas Instruments. Combining the imaging qualities of DLP technology with automotive reliability, the chipset enables HUDs with the industry's widest FOV up to 12°. It also enables high brightness, colour and contrast levels and provides manufacturers with a scalable platform. 
20th April 2015

Addressing vehicle embedded system performance & security

At Stand 622 during National Electronics Week, 21st to 22nd April in Birmingham, UK, Lynx Software Technologies is focusing on the security and performance of automotive embedded systems. Lynx will deliver a paper on improving real-time performance and minimising latency in vehicle embedded systems at the inaugural Vehicle Electronics & Embedded Masterclass.
16th April 2015

Smart mobility test bed to accelerate V2X communications

NXP Semiconductors has announced that it signed an agreement with Singapore’s Nanyang Technology University (NTU) to establish a living, real-world smart mobility test bed on the NTU campus. Supported by Singapore Economic Development Board, the joint initiative paves the way for Singapore’s ‘Smart Mobility 2030’ vision, making the city-state a global innovation hub for intelligent transport systems. It is also an important step to accelerate the introduction of life-saving vehicle communications globally.
13th April 2015

Intelligent control enables efficient assisted steering

Intelligent control enables efficient assisted steering
Subsidised by Germany's Federal Ministry for Education and Research (Bundesministerium Für Bildung und Forschung - BMBF), the Intelligent Assisted Steering System with Optimum Energy Efficiency for Electric Vehicles (e²-Lenk) project, jointly undertaken by the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and Schaeffler, focuses on a novel assisted steering concept.
13th April 2015

Controller enables smart antenna connectivity to ADAS

Controller enables smart antenna connectivity to ADAS
Microchip has announced that MOST has released its MOST150 Technology Coaxial Physical Layer specification. This industry-standard specification enables Microchip to support smart antenna module connectivity to in-vehicle MOST150 ADAS and infotainment networks, via its OS81118AF Intelligent Network Interface Controller with integrated coax transceiver. 
26th March 2015

Driverless pods cut through hectic Heathrow

Driverless pods cut through hectic Heathrow
A form of fast, reliable and low-cost driverless personal transport, developed at the University of Bristol, is now being used by thousands of passengers every day at Heathrow Airport. Researchers from the Department of Aerospace Engineering have removed the queuing and inefficiencies associated with bus transfers to Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport.
25th March 2015

EEPROMs are available in densities from 2KB to 512KB

EEPROMs are available in densities from 2KB to 512KB
  Automotive-qualified serial EEPROMs in a 2x3mm WFDFPN8 package are now available from STMicroelectronics. The devices provide engineers maximum flexibility when designing highly integrated body controllers and gateways, as well as radar and camera modules for ADAS.
11th March 2015


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