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The future of automotive high-efficiency power sensing at electronica

The future of automotive high-efficiency power sensing at electronica
The future of its automotive and high-efficiency power and sensing technologies are demonstrated by Allegro MicroSystems at electronica 2018. Allegro MicroSystems in Hall C5 stand 232 is showcasing a variety of intelligent solutions at electronica Munich that give automotive and industrial manufacturers a competitive edge – these solutions include a new coreless current sensor IC.
13th November 2018

High-G acceleration sensors increase driver and passenger safety

High-G acceleration sensors increase driver and passenger safety
At this year's electronica show, Bosch will announce a new generation of high-G acceleration sensors. The SMA7xy sensor family improves safety for car drivers and passengers. When the acceleration sensors detect a collision, the passive safety systems such as airbags can now be deployed earlier, and the restraining effect can be precisely set for the given accident scenario. In this way, the consequences of accidents can be further mitigated.
8th November 2018

Single-chip automotive radar sensor integrating DSP

Single-chip automotive radar sensor integrating DSP
The AWR1642 device from Texas Instruments is an integrated single-chip FMCW radar sensor capable of operation in the 76- to 81-GHz band. The device is built with TI’s low-power 45-nm RFCMOS process and enables unprecedented levels of integration in an extremely small form factor. The AWR1642 is a solution for low-power, self-monitored, ultra-accurate radar systems in the automotive space.
7th November 2018


Serializer targets ADAS applications

Serializer targets ADAS applications
The DS90UB935-Q1 serializer from Texas Instruments (TI) is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The automotive-rated serializer is part of TI’s FPD-Link III family, designed to support high-speed, space-constrained raw data sensors in cameras, satellite radar, LIDAR, and time-of-flight (ToF) applications.
6th November 2018

electronica 2018: Safety drives with you

electronica 2018: Safety drives with you
  The Japanese technology company, Asahi Kasei will present its technologies and solutions in the areas of sensor technology and premium audio at this year's electronica. For the first time at a European trade fair, the electric concept vehicle 'AKXY' will also be present at the booth.
5th November 2018

Reference enables generation of heat map to detect occupants

Reference enables generation of heat map to detect occupants
  This reference design demonstrates the use of the AWR1642 single-chip mmWave sensor with integrated DSP as a vehicle occupant detection sensor enabling the detection of occupants in a vehicle.
4th October 2018

Easy to use Automotive Radar Sensor evaluation board

Easy to use Automotive Radar Sensor evaluation board
With direct connectivity to the microcontroller (MCU) LaunchPad Development Kit, AWR1642BOOST is an easy-to-use evaluation board for the AWR1642 automotive radar sensor. The BoosterPack module contains everything required to start developing software for on-chip C67x DSP core and low-power ARM R4F controllers.
4th October 2018

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems
Renesas has introduced an integrated open Image Signal Processor (ISP) solution to further ease and speed the development of automotive smart camera applications based on the Renesas high performance R-Car V3M and R-Car V3H System-on-Chips (SoCs). Integrating the ISP on the R-Car V3x SoCs and leveraging MM Solutions’ Automotive Camera Development Kit (AutoCDK), the open ISP solution on R-Car SoCs enables automotive Tier 1s to simplify the sensor calibration and tuning process for camera applications.
19th September 2018

Automotive camera module reference design fits on single PCB

Automotive camera module reference design fits on single PCB
OmniVision Technologies has announced its high definition automotive camera module reference design, developed with collaboration from Leopard Imaging and featuring technology from Texas Instruments. The compact design includes OmniVision’s OX01B40 image sensor plus Image Signal Processor (ISP) System-in-Package (SiP), as well as TI’s DS90UB933-Q1 or DS90UB935-Q1 serialiser chip and TPS65000-Q1 Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC).
17th September 2018

Lensless computerised camera could assist autonomous vehicles

Lensless computerised camera could assist autonomous vehicles
A new computerised camera without optics uses an ordinary window as the lens. This would enable car windshields to sense objects on the road. All cameras were developed with the idea that humans look at and decipher the pictures. But what if you could develop a camera that can be interpreted by a computer running an algorithm? Why don’t we think from the ground up to design cameras that are optimised for machines and not humans.
12th September 2018


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