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Green mobility, automation drive power electronics market July 30, 2015 Green mobility, automation drive power electronics market High growth rates for the years ahead are what consulting company Roland Berger of Germany predicts for the market of power electronics. The rising demand is fed by two sources: Environmental friendly mobility and the increasing degree of automation in the manufacturing industries, driven by the digitization ... Read more Symbolic-layer analysis with scope-based CAN/CAN FD capture July 30, 2015 Symbolic-layer analysis with scope-based CAN/CAN FD capture Teledyne LeCroy has added Symbolic (Application) layer analysis capabilities to its CAN and CAN FD serial trigger, decode, measurement, and graphing solutions. Read more Automotive HMI design suite shapes digital instrument clusters July 29, 2015 Automotive HMI design suite shapes digital instrument clusters Integration of Green Hills Software’s Integrity real-time operating system with Luxoft’s Populus Suite HMI design tool chain enables its use many MCU platforms that are frequently employed in automotive digital instrument clusters Read more Audi to demo OLED exterior lighting at IAA July 29, 2015 Audi to demo OLED exterior lighting at IAA After several years of experimentation with OLED lighting, carmaker Audi will showcase at the upcoming IAA motor show what it calls the next step in lighting – a Matrix OLED rear light. Read more Demand for radar systems boosts Infineon’s chip production July 28, 2015 Demand for radar systems boosts Infineon’s chip production Radar systems are experience rapidly growing acceptance among car buyers. While passenger cars with a radar sensor can be bought since the nineties, production figures as well as take rates reached significant numbers only by 2013. But since radar-based driver assistance systems are available at affordable ... Read more 'Test city' opens for autonomous cars July 28, 2015 'Test city' opens for autonomous cars The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) has officially opened a simulated city that will be used for developing and testing driverless and connected vehicles. Read more 42V quad synchronous step-down DC/DC has high efficiency July 28, 2015 42V quad synchronous step-down DC/DC has high efficiency LT8602 is a 42V input capable, quad output synchronous monolithic step-down switching regulator. Its quad channel design combines two high voltage 2.5A and 1.5A channels with two lower voltage 1.8A channels to provide four independent outputs, delivering voltages as low as 0.8V. Read more ams acquires NXP's advanced CMOS sensor business July 28, 2015 ams acquires NXP's advanced CMOS sensor business ams AG has acquired the CMOS sensor business from NXP Semiconductors to expands ams’ environmental sensor portfolio with advanced monolithic and integrated CMOS sensors that measure several environmental variables such as relative humidity, pressure and temperature in one sensor device. Read more Ethernet switch enables deterministic interconnect for cars, machinery July 27, 2015 Ethernet switch enables deterministic interconnect for cars, machinery Deterministic Ethernet is one of the most promising technology candidates for future in-car networking, in particular for safety-relevant functions. For these next-generation in-car data backbones, Austrian technology provider TTTech Computertechnik AG now has rolled out the Hermes Ethernet switch. ... Read more Four camera streams, one deserializer chip July 27, 2015 Four camera streams, one deserializer chip In today’s cars, customers increasingly rely on surround-view systems for support for parking pedestrian detection and similar purposes. The cameras for such systems are connected to the related ADAS through separate broadband signal lines. Chipmaker Maxim Integrated Products has introduced a quad deserializer ... Read more
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