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Automotive mmWave mid-range radar

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to find out more about its mid-range radar demonstration using the newest automotive mmWave sensor, AWR1843.
22nd January 2019

Enhanced ADAS sensing technologies to improve car safety

Enhanced ADAS sensing technologies to improve car safety
HARMAN has announced a newly enhanced suite of sensing technologies, helping automakers equip vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) that allow drivers to keep an eye on the big picture at all times. From Augmented Surround View featuring multiple cameras, to the driver monitoring system and control units that manage data, HARMAN is working with key technology suppliers to create an all-encompassing suite of sensing solution to help automakers bring in a new era of connected safety.
16th January 2019

FPD-Link III serialiser with CSI-2 interface

FPD-Link III serialiser with CSI-2 interface
The DS90UB935-Q1 serialiser is part of TI’s FPD-Link III device family designed to support high-speed raw data sensors including cameras, satellite RADAR, LIDAR, and Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors. The chip delivers a high-speed forward channel and an ultra-low latency, bidirectional control channel and supports power over a single coax (PoC) or STP cable.
15th January 2019


Gigabit data logger for high-speed and ADAS applications

Gigabit data logger for high-speed and ADAS applications
For the development and validation of systems for autonomous vehicle management, real traffic scenarios are usually simulated and tested in the laboratory. Since pre-processing is carried out directly in the sensor front end with modern radar sensors, this can result in a gap in coverage during the testing and validation of object detection. In addition, the optimisation of algorithms for testing in real traffic is very complex and seldom reliable.
9th January 2019

Driver monitoring brought to vehicles with shutter image sensor

Driver monitoring brought to vehicles with shutter image sensor
OmniVision Technologies has announced the OV9284, a 1-megapixel global shutter image sensor. This latest addition to OmniVision’s automotive portfolio is suitable for in-cabin camera modules in passenger vehicles, where Driver State Monitoring (DSM) and passenger-monitoring cameras need to be extremely small and unobtrusive, while complying with stringent safety regulations.
2nd January 2019

Automotive sensors market expected to reach $39bn by 2028

Automotive sensors market expected to reach $39bn by 2028
Future Market Insights (FMI) has published a new report on automotive sensors, titled 'Automotive Sensors Market: Global Industry Analysis, 2013-2017 and Opportunity Assessment, 2018-2028'. With the growing focus of automakers on integration of automotive with advanced sensors, the demand for automotive sensors will continue to increase.
2nd January 2019

Image sensor operation in intense lighting conditions

Most humans are blinded when driving into the sun.
2nd January 2019

SWS steering wheel sensor for warehouse trucks

SWS steering wheel sensor for warehouse trucks
The SWS Steering Wheel Sensor, has been introduced by Allied Motion Technologies, a compact steer-by-wire steering wheel feedback sensor designed specifically for warehouse vehicles like reach, counterbalance, and lift trucks. Steering wheels can be mounted directly to the SWS and connected to a CAN bus.
19th December 2018

Partnership for advanced LiDAR sensing technology

Partnership for advanced LiDAR sensing technology
It has been announced by AID-Autonomous Intelligent Driving, a wholly owned subsidiary of AUDI AG and the ‘center of excellence’ for urban autonomous driving in the Volkswagen Group, that they are entering a partnership with Luminar Technologies to deploy its LiDAR technology.
19th December 2018

Strengthening autonomous trust on the road

Strengthening autonomous trust on the road
According to recent data from AAA, 73% of American drivers are too afraid to ride in fully self-driving vehicles and 63% of US adults feel less safe sharing the road with self-driving vehicles while walking or cycling.  By Lakshmi Mandyam, VP automotive, Arm
18th December 2018


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