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Sensor designed for driver state monitoring and viewing applications

Sensor designed for driver state monitoring and viewing applications
  OmniVision has announced the OV2312 automotive image sensor, which enables multiple functions in one camera. This multi-functional approach reduces total system cost, space and power budget for Driver State Monitoring (DSM) and viewing applications like video conferencing.
8th May 2019

Digital combination sensor designed for accurate monitoring

TE Connectivity’s (TE) TRICAN 5V is designed for engine and fuel cell applications that require a low power, digital combination sensor for accurate monitoring and diagnosis in harsh vehicle environments.
1st May 2019

Enabling automotive proximity sensing with ultrasonic sensors

An overview of the ultrasonic journey of a vehicle through a parking garage.
25th April 2019


Partnership works towards sensor for autonomous driving

Partnership works towards sensor for autonomous driving
A new partnership has been announced by AID-Autonomous Intelligent Driving, with Aeva. The Silicon Valley company building the next-generation sensing systems for autonomous vehicles will develop and equip part of AID’s new Audi e-tron test vehicles in Munich with its 4D LiDAR technology.
18th April 2019

Tailor-made 3D-MID solutions for automotive applications

Tailor-made 3D-MID solutions for automotive applications
A division of the HARTING Technology Group based in Biel, Switzerland, HARTING AG Biel, used the recent Geneva Motor Show to feature its expertise in 3D-MID (three-dimensional moulded interconnect device) technology solutions for the automotive industry. Applications featured included a position sensor for adaptive cruise control and a robot hand which is used to simulate human gripping processes.
11th April 2019

Automotive image sensor for cabin monitoring segment

Automotive image sensor for cabin monitoring segment
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, has announced the OV2778 automotive image sensor, which claims to provide the best value of any 2MP RGB-IR sensor for cabin- and occupant-monitoring. With its complement of features, this sensor is well suited for interior applications such as detecting packages and unattended children.
11th April 2019

TMR sensor meets AEC-Q100 qualifications

TMR sensor meets AEC-Q100 qualifications
The first magnetic sensors from Infineon Technologies based on tunnel magneto resistance (TMR) technology are in stock at Mouser Electronics. The TLE5501 sensors are ideal for automotive brushless DC (BLDC) motor commutation in devices such as wipers, pumps, and actuators, as well as for steering angle sensing and integration in electric motors.
11th April 2019

Automotive grade current sensor IC improves safety

Automotive grade current sensor IC improves safety
  Allegro MicroSystems has announced a new family of automotive AEC-Q100 qualified, monolithic Hall effect current sensor ICs. Small and energy efficient, the ACS71240 family is suitable for electric vehicle chargers, DC/DC converters, as well as industrial motor and IOT applications.
9th April 2019

New sensor supplier for automotive and traffic monitoring solutions

New sensor supplier for automotive and traffic monitoring solutions
A new supplier has established itself in the rapidly growing market for radar and high frequency signal processing in the form of Munich-based, Kymati. The company was founded by a team of radar specialists with years of technological and industry experience. Kymati sells innovative and high precision radar solutions for industrial applications, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and traffic monitoring around the world.
1st April 2019

Hall-effect switch and latch ICs enhance ADAS safety

Hall-effect switch and latch ICs enhance ADAS safety
Adding two Hall-effect sensor ICs to its growing portfolio of solutions for systems that require functional safety, Allegro MicroSystems has announced the release of the APS11450 and APS12450. The APS11450 is a family of unipolar switch ICs, while the APS12450 devices are bipolar latches. They are pin-compatible upgrades for existing three-wire Hall switch and latch ICs developed in accordance with ISO 26262:2011 with ASIL-B capability (pending assessment).
1st April 2019


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