Telematics

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New future-proof telematics solution launched

New future-proof telematics solution launched
HARMAN International has announced a new approach to vehicle connectivity that will modernise innovative technology within vehicles being manufactured by today’s automakers. The HARMAN 5G-ready Telecommunications Control Unit (TCU) provides scalable mobile network connectivity for connected cars using either the current 4G network infrastructure or the faster 5G network of tomorrow.
17th April 2019

Integrating road weather in vehicle telematics

Integrating road weather in vehicle telematics
Delivery of better weather guidance to drivers is essential, especially real-time updates on the elements drivers face on the roads. This data enables pre-planning of employee schedules, supply chains, and assets that could be in jeopardy when there are dangerous road or weather conditions.  By Glen Denny, Baron Services
11th March 2019

Automotive applications: telematics and networking

This video from STMicroelectronics will help you make all your automotive applications smarter.
15th February 2019


What's the next big step in telematics?

What's the next big step in telematics?
  Vehicle-to-X (V2X) is the next big step in telematics being driven primarily by the US Department of Transportation; it is a multi-point network that allows vehicles to pass information to and from 'anything'. 
15th October 2018

Telematics control unit: integrated circuits and designs

Telematics control unit: integrated circuits and designs
  Telematics Control Unit (TCU) is the embedded onboard system that controls wireless tracking, diagnostics and communication to/from the vehicle; these systems can be used in eCall crash notification, electronic tolling and vehicle tracking, among many others.
15th October 2018

Improving driving using human voice warnings

Improving driving using human voice warnings
eVoice enables the recording in advance of up to 100 warnings in the driver’s native language, that are adapted to various problematic behaviour patterns on the road. A user-friendly software program is used to determine the exact warning to be played to the driver depending on the nature of the event. 
9th October 2018

Creating connected cars with a single device

Creating connected cars with a single device
International automotive technology provider ERM Advanced Telematics has launched StarLink Tracker with WiFi, a complete Connected Car unit, which integrates advanced vehicle tracking, driver behaviour monitoring, theft prevention, Bluetooth, WiFi and 4G capabilities in a single device.
7th August 2018

Precision MEMS sensor supports accurate positioning for cars

Precision MEMS sensor supports accurate positioning for cars
A new product has been introduced by STMicroelectronics with the automotive-grade ASM330LHH six axis inertial sensor for super high resolution motion tracking in advanced vehicle navigation and telematics applications.
9th July 2018

Parking technology helps automobile dealers retrieve vehicles

Parking technology helps automobile dealers retrieve vehicles
International automotive technology company, ERM Advanced Telematics is stepping up its efforts to offer its Parking Habits service, which has been developed for automobile dealerships working in the BHPH (Buy Here Pay Here) car financing method. The Parking Habits solution monitors drivers’ parking habits by building a representative model that shows where a vehicle is, which has the solution installed, where the car is parked, when it was parked during the day, week, month, and year and the frequency it was parked in any spot.
29th March 2018

Low profile power inductors for advanced driver assistance systems

Low profile power inductors for advanced driver assistance systems
TDK Corporation has announced the MLD2012 series of multilayer inductors for automotive power circuits. The new components that are based on a ferrite core are available in a compact IEC 2012 (EIA 0805) package with a footprint of 2.0x1.25mm and an insertion height of just 0.5mm. The power inductors, which are qualified to AEC-Q200, offer inductance values ranging from 0.47-47µH and rated currents from 750-1,200mA. 
27th March 2018


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