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Radar sensor to make autonomous cars safer

Radar sensor to make autonomous cars safer
Even as people hear about exciting developments regarding autonomous cars, many have lingering doubts about their safety. Videos of these vehicles show them manoeuvring around obstacles and dealing with other traffic without incidents, though. By Kayla Matthews
20th June 2019

Monolithically integrated linear Hall sensor for ASIL D systems

Monolithically integrated linear Hall sensor for ASIL D systems
Infineon Technologies will launch a monolithically integrated linear Hall sensor which was developed entirely according to the safety standard ISO26262 for automotive applications. The XENSIV TLE4999I3 enables the development of fault-tolerant systems that have to meet the highest level of functional safety (ASIL D).
19th June 2019

TMR-based closed-loop sensor for high-current coreless applications

TMR-based closed-loop sensor for high-current coreless applications
It has been announced that TDK Corporation is expanding its Micronas magnetic sensor portfolio with the CUR 423x sensors developed for current measurements in automotive and industrial applications. The new sensors, marketed under the trademark curSENS, are the first Micronas branded products based on the TDK TMR technology. 
19th June 2019


Scientific advisory board formed to advance sensor technology

Scientific advisory board formed to advance sensor technology
Tyrata has created a Scientific Advisory Board to further advance all aspects of tyre monitoring and data monetisation. Building on Tyrata’s substantial scientific foundation, the Scientific Advisory Board will strengthen the IntelliTread tyre tread wear sensor by guiding the company in the extraction, handling, and processing of data. The real time collection of tyre tread data, combined with associated big data analytics, are unique offerings that Tyrata is positioned to enable.
31st May 2019

Gesture recognition using ultrasound

Gesture recognition using ultrasound
A research team at the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS) have used a new class of ultrasonic transducers to reliably detect distance changes, movement patterns, and gestures in ranges of up to half a meter. The tiny components are inexpensive to produce, allow for high sound pressure, and provide a flexible frequency design for an optimal balance of distance and sensitivity. 
29th May 2019

RGB-IR solution for automotive cabin monitoring systems

RGB-IR solution for automotive cabin monitoring systems
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, and Fullhan Microelectronics, a provider of chips and solutions for video surveillance products, have announced a joint solution for capturing and processing high quality colour (RGB) and infrared (IR) automotive interior images, day and night, with a single camera. 
28th May 2019

Image sensor for LED flicker mitigation with split-pixel design

Image sensor for LED flicker mitigation with split-pixel design
  OmniVision Technologies has announced the OX01D10 - its next generation 1MP image sensor for automotive viewing applications. This sensor brings together split-pixel and Dual Conversion Gain (DCG) technology, delivering artifact-free motion capture, High Dynamic Range (HDR) of up to 120dB, as well as LED Flicker Mitigation (LFM).
20th May 2019

Delivering solid-state LiDAR systems for the automotive industry

Delivering solid-state LiDAR systems for the automotive industry
ams has announced that it has signed an agreement to team with Ibeo Automotive Systems, the German specialist for automotive LiDAR sensor technology, and ZF Friedrichshafen, one of the largest technology companies for mobility worldwide to advance solid-state LiDAR technology for use in autonomous driving and other applications. The three companies will partner on joint R&D efforts to ensure that this technology can be quickly and safely adopted by 2021.
20th May 2019

Automotive temperature sensors systems training

Automotive temperature sensors systems training
A video from Texas Instruments provides automotive temperature sensor systems training. During this training, viewers will learn about temperature sensor ICs and automotive applications. Automotive manufacturers are placing temperature sensors in transmissions, USB ports, displays, HEV/EV batterypacks, and many other automotive systems. 
17th May 2019

How to use temperature sensors to protect an automotive transmission

How to use temperature sensors to protect an automotive transmission
The automotive industry is rapidly introducing new technologies as automotive manufacturers seek to provide consumers vehicles with improved convenience, comfort, performance and fuel economy. The most visible technology innovations are often in the vehicle cabin and part of the infotainment system.
17th May 2019


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