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IoT to place automotive HMI systems on a high growth course

IoT to place automotive HMI systems on a high growth course
Growing of IoT coupled with significant demand for vehicle automation will remain instrumental in driving the growth of automotive HMI systems market. Sales of automotive HMI systems is also impacted by a number of macroeconomic and industry-specific factors including growing technological advancements with a refocus on sustainability and the ‘green movement’ albeit various regulatory directives for manufacturers of automotive human machine interface systems market.
26th April 2019

LED driver family eliminates audible noise with control method

LED driver family eliminates audible noise with control method
Allegro MicroSystems has announced its latest generation of advanced LED backlight drivers, the A8060x family. The device family is designed with an innovative and patented Pre-Emptive Boost (PEB) control, eliminating noise that is typically audible. PEB control in the A8060x family substantially reduces Vout ripple and eliminates the common problem of audible noise from ceramic output capacitors during PWM dimming, while also requiring less output capacitance overall.
18th April 2019

Next-gen infotainment platform created for German automaker

Next-gen infotainment platform created for German automaker
  HARMAN International will soon deliver its next generation of infotainment modules to BMW, further supporting HARMAN’s commitment to the automaker for numerous in-car technology and entertainment developments.
18th April 2019


TomTom powers new Nissan LEAF’s in-vehicle infotainment system

TomTom powers new Nissan LEAF’s in-vehicle infotainment system
TomTom (TOM2) has been chosen by Nissan as the supplier of navigation components for its Nissan LEAF. TomTom will supply TomTom Maps as well as TomTom Traffic and Online Search to the new enhanced NissanConnect in-vehicle infotainment system which will now come with Nissan’s iconic electric vehicle, the most sold EV of 2018 in Europe.
28th March 2019

How to stay connected with digital life on the road

How to stay connected with digital life on the road
German Autolabs, the Berlin-based startup behind Chris, the voice AI enabled digital assistant for in-car usage, has announced its availability on Amazon. Chris is initially available for Android users, with the iOS release due later in 2019. Smart and safe, regardless of age and model, Chris can be retrofitted to any car with a voice-controlled infotainment system.
21st March 2019

In-car and infotainment experiences at Geneva Motor Show

In-car and infotainment experiences at Geneva Motor Show
  HARMAN will be presenting its audio and infotainment technologies to automotive OEMs at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Among them are the latest HARMAN audio systems from JBL, Harman Kardon, Bang & Olufsen, and Bowers & Wilkins.
7th March 2019

SmartHub enables faster data rates in infotainment systems

SmartHub enables faster data rates in infotainment systems
Microchip has announced an automotive-qualified USB 3.1 Gen1 SmartHub IC, offering up to ten times faster data rates over existing USB 2.0 solutions and reducing indexing times to improve the user experience in vehicles. To support the rising adoption of USB Type-C in the smartphone market and enable universal connectivity in vehicles, the USB7002 SmartHub IC includes interfaces for USB Type-C connectors.
1st March 2019

Preparing engineering in designing next-gen infotainment systems

Preparing engineering in designing next-gen infotainment systems
Through its recently-released white paper, ‘Next-Generation Infotainment Technology,’ TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, is helping design engineers and product developers recognise and respond to the technology trends shaping the infotainment systems of the future. In the commercial aerospace world, that means designing integrated connectivity systems that seamlessly deliver high-speed communications without succumbing to extreme aircraft environments.
28th February 2019

Two-channel transmitters designed for infotainment systems

Two-channel transmitters designed for infotainment systems
Two new APIX3 SerDes TWIN transmitters, each with two independent transmission channels, are now available from Inova Semiconductors. APIX (Automotive Pixel Link) is a multi-channel SerDes (serialiser/deserialiser) technology developed by Inova for high resolution video applications in motor vehicles. Typical applications for the new APIX3 chips are infotainment and entertainment systems, as well as instrument clusters and head-up displays in vehicles.
26th February 2019

Audio bus technologies improve vehicle energy efficiency

Audio bus technologies improve vehicle energy efficiency
  Analog Devices has announced that a Chinese automotive manufacturer called BYD has selected ADI’s Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) and SHARC Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to build more energy efficient and eco-friendly vehicle platforms while enhancing the immersive audio entertainment experience for drivers.
15th February 2019


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16th October 2019
Germany Bonn World Conference Center