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Automotive grade analogue output temperature sensor

Automotive grade analogue output temperature sensor
The TMP23x-Q1 devices are a family of automotive grade precision CMOS integrated-circuit linear analog temperature sensors with an output voltage proportional to temperature, serving various automotive applications from powertrain to infotainment. These temperature sensors have a typical accuracy from zero to +70°C of ±0.5°C.
11th September 2019

Scientific advisory board to develop intelligent tire tread wear sensor

Scientific advisory board to develop intelligent tire tread wear sensor
Tyrata has expanded its Scientific Advisory Board with two experts in complex data handling, machine learning and data analytics. The new board members, both Duke University professors, will focus on optimising data collection and analytics for the IntelliTread technology platform as Tyrata attempts to transform how the tire and transportation industries sense and use tread wear data.
22nd August 2019

Pyroelectric detectors for NDIR spectroscopy

Pyroelectric detectors for NDIR spectroscopy
A car full of people can soon lead to the build-up of CO2 to a level where the driver can be come drowsy, creating a safety issue. Of course, it is possible to ventilate the cabin all the time but at full speed this is neither a comfortable nor an energy efficient option. 
31st July 2019


Design considerations for high-accuracy temperature sensors

Design considerations for high-accuracy temperature sensors
In designing personal electronics, industrial or medical applications, engineers must address some of the same challenges: how to increase performance, add features and shrink form factors. Along with these considerations, they must carefully monitor temperature to ensure safety and protect systems and consumers from harm.
22nd July 2019

High accuracy analogue output temperature sensor

High accuracy analogue output temperature sensor
The TMP23x-Q1 devices from Texas Instruments are a family of automotive grade precision CMOS integrated-circuit linear analog temperature sensors with an output voltage proportional to temperature, serving various automotive applications from powertrain to infotainment. 
22nd July 2019

Spring-loaded LVDTs ensure automotive part quality

Spring-loaded LVDTs ensure automotive part quality
NewTek Spring-Loaded LVDTs ensure tight tolerances of automotive parts and sub-components in automated production lines. Serving as part of the quality control process, the Spring-Loaded Gage Heads measure the tolerance of specific points of a part when placed in a test stand after leaving the casting or machining area of a production line.
19th July 2019

Accelerating automotive lighting design in CATIA

Accelerating automotive lighting design in CATIA
Synopsys has announced the latest release of its LucidShape CAA V5 Based software product, which allows designers to perform comprehensive optical simulations and analyses of automotive lighting products within the CATIA V5 environment. LucidShape CAA V5 Based version 2019.06, now available, makes it faster and easier than ever for designers to conceptualise and explore design solutions for automotive lighting to meet aesthetic and functional requirements.
15th July 2019

3D sonar sensor for close range perception in ADAS

3D sonar sensor for close range perception in ADAS
Toposens recently announced the release of their current flag-ship product TS3, a 3D ultrasonic sensor suitable for a wide range of applications in the autonomous systems market that require reliable object detection and situational awareness. 
12th July 2019

CAN bus IMU improves autonomous car safety

CAN bus IMU improves autonomous car safety
ACEINNA has announced the availability of a new whitepaper for engineers involved in developing autonomous car navigation, safety and communication systems. This new whitepaper explains WHY and HOW to integrate Inertial Measurement Unit sensor technology with CAN communications in a variety of vehicle types and classes.
10th July 2019

Output option added to triaxis hall position sensor

Output option added to triaxis hall position sensor
Melexis has announced the MLX90373, part of the Triaxis rotary and linear Hall Effect position sensor family and the first Triaxis angle sensor to offer support for the PSI5 interface. The PSI5 is an open standard based on the technology used in millions of air bag safety systems.
3rd July 2019


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