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Ford opts for Analog Devices’ UTP-based Automotive Audio Bus for infotainment January 21, 2016 Ford opts for Analog Devices’ UTP-based Automotive Audio Bus for infotainment Analog Devices has announced today that the Ford Motor Company has selected the Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) as its primary infotainment network technology with in-vehicle deployments starting in 2016. Read more Schaeffler touts electrification, efficiency as its R&D focus January 20, 2016 Schaeffler touts electrification, efficiency as its R&D focus Determined to get more involved into the automotive market, mechatronics group Schaeffler AG has aired its product strategy for next-generation powertrain technologies. Read more Microchip signs deal to buy Atmel January 20, 2016 Microchip signs deal to buy Atmel Microchip Technology (Chandler, AZ) has agreed to buy Atmel Corp. (San Jose, CA) for about $3.56 billion while Dialog Semiconductor (Reading, UK), previously set to buy Atmel, has been paid a $137.3 million termination fee. Read more Innovasic will demo Time-sensitive Ethernet at Munich congress January 19, 2016 Innovasic will demo Time-sensitive Ethernet at Munich congress Specialists in deterministic Ethernet silicon, Innovasic (Albuquerque, New Mexico) has announced it will demonstrate TSN-ready Deterministic Ethernet at the 2016 Automotive Ethernet Congress in Munich (3rd and 4th February 20126). Read more Innovative powertrain reduces fuel consumption significantly January 15, 2016 Innovative powertrain reduces fuel consumption significantly The Technische Hochschule Cologne university has developed a powertrain prototype that will burn 25 percent less fuel than its original version. The secret lies in the utilisation of the engine’s energetic sweet spot. Read more BMW launches energy storage company January 14, 2016 BMW launches energy storage company Electromobility is increasingly becoming a component in a multidisciplinary energy interaction – with the batteries being the pivotal point in the system. The latest move in this game: Carmaker BMW has launched a joint venture with heating systems vendor Viessmann Group. Read more Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe repositions itself as a distributor January 13, 2016 Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe repositions itself as a distributor Having sold its MCU products to Spansion and its graphics chips to Socionext, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe FSEU continues its restructuring strategy: The Japanese chipmaker’s former sales subsidiary resurfaces as a distributor under the name Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU). Axel Tripkewitz, the new ... Read more BMW funds battery-less solar storage January 12, 2016 BMW funds battery-less solar storage Solar storage has for too long been focused on converting photons to electricity, according to a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) project funded by BMW. For instance, if your purpose is to use the solar-to-electricity-battery process to later defrost your windshield, wouldn't it be much more ... Read more Report: Micro-hybrids beat all-electric vehicles in reducing CO2 emission January 12, 2016 Report: Micro-hybrids beat all-electric vehicles in reducing CO2 emission To reach the emission goals of 95 grams of carbon dioxide (in Europe) or 54.2 mpg in the U.S (which equals a fuel consumption of 4.3 litres on 100 km), carmakers are betting heavily on a handful of recipes, with all-electric powertrains in the first place, as well as the use of lightweight materials ... Read more Visual, haptic, smart: Innovative HMI tech at CES January 07, 2016 Visual, haptic, smart: Innovative HMI tech at CES The interaction between driver and vehicle, almost unchanged over decades, is arriving in the digital age. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, novel approaches give ideas how digitisation affects the way drivers will control their vehicles in the future. Read more
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