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Read-While-Write Flash adopted by automotive instrument cluster

Read-While-Write Flash adopted by automotive instrument cluster
Integrated device manufacturer in the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) market, Macronix International, has announced that Renesas Electronics has implemented dedicated octa peripheral interface to support Macronix memory devices with Serial Multi I/O.
6th August 2018

Five reasons to use the PowerVR Series8XT for automotive

Five reasons to use the PowerVR Series8XT for automotive
You know that future everyone keeps talking about, the one with powerful AI, reusable space rockets and flying cars. Well, it’s sort of happening. We have intelligent speakers that can tell us the weather, new rockets launching and (mostly) coming back to earth and in China, manned tests of passenger drones are taking place. By Benny Har-Even, Imagination Technologies
6th August 2018

Partnership to develop technology for infotainment system

Partnership to develop technology for infotainment system
Global IT service provider, Luxoft Holding, and Daimler AG, a global automotive manufacturer, have partnered to develop the software platform that powers the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), an infotainment system installed in all new Mercedes A-class vehicles.
1st August 2018


Partnership to deliver safe, secure IVI systems

Partnership to deliver safe, secure IVI systems
It has been announced that Green Hills Software and Paragon Software are integrating Paragon File System Link with the Green Hills INTEGRITY real time operating system (RTOS). Paragon’s drivers enable car owners to connect storage media directly to in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems and instantly enjoy audio and video recordings, regardless of the file system used.
31st July 2018

Microelectronics breaking into auto infotainment market

Microelectronics breaking into auto infotainment market
According to a study carried out by Fact.MR on the Auto Infotainment Market, as the automotive sector continues with its shift towards mobility and software services, use of advanced electronics coupled with IoT integration has accelerated the development of in-vehicle entertainment systems.
26th July 2018

Automotive infotainment high-side current sensing

This video from Texas Instruments walks through where one can find current sensing in automotive systems, as well as the typical discrete circuits used in such systems.
26th July 2018

WiFi and bluetooth combo solution for in-vehicle infotainment

WiFi and bluetooth combo solution for in-vehicle infotainment
It has been announced by Cypress Semiconductor that Pioneer Corporation has integrated Cypress WiFi and Bluetooth Combo solution into its flagship in-dash navigation AV receiver. The solution enables passengers to use their smartphone apps on the receiver screen via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which allows smartphone voice recognition to search for information or respond to text messages. 
25th July 2018

Will buttons become extinct in cars?

Will buttons become extinct in cars?
Command by hand gesture, 3D touch displays are the new standard in the cockpit. The 5th International VDI Conference ‘Automotive HMI and Connectivity’ presents innovative HMI features for the automotive sector in Frankfurt am Main on 26th to 27th September 2018.
24th July 2018

Duo partner to deliver infotainment applications for connected cars

Duo partner to deliver infotainment applications for connected cars
Maxim Integrated Products has announced that select products from its portfolio work with solutions by Qualcomm, to help carmakers and tier-1 suppliers integrate Maxim’s Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) solutions using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Automotive Platform for infotainment applications. Maxim’s high performance solutions are designed to provide the necessary building blocks for next-gen vehicles.
11th July 2018

Interface bridge devices for automotive infotainment applications

Interface bridge devices for automotive infotainment applications
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced a range of video interface bridge devices intended for modern automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) applications. Increasingly, SoCs from smartphones and tablets have been used in automotive applications as IVI systems became more sophisticated, requiring more functionality and greater performance. However, due to differing connectivity standards on devices such as displays, existing SoCs often lack of necessary interfaces required for automotive networks.
6th June 2018


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28th August 2018
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