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Spansion licenses ARM IP for automotive, industrial and consumer embedded systems September 16, 2013 Spansion licenses ARM IP for automotive, industrial and consumer embedded systems Flash memory system company Spansion Inc. has licensed a wide range of ARM processors for its current and future product lineup aimed at embedded applications in the automotive, industrial and consumer markets. Earlier this month, Spansion announced it was expanding its embedded electronics leadership ... Read more Freescale to collaborate with ROHM to deliver innovative automotive solutions September 13, 2013 Freescale to collaborate with ROHM to deliver innovative automotive solutions Freescale Semiconductor Japan Ltd. and ROHM Co. Ltd. have agreed to collaborate on select, automotive-related activities designed to provide comprehensive solutions for the Japanese and worldwide automotive markets. Read more Bosch interconnects vehicle dynamic systems for customized driving behavior September 13, 2013 Bosch interconnects vehicle dynamic systems for customized driving behavior The automotive industry is working intensively on the integration of existing on-board electronic systems for more driving safety, comfort and agility. This also enables drivers to customize their vehicles' handling characteristics. At the IAA automotive show, Bosch Engineering GmbH unveiled an integrated ... Read more TRW puts Safety Domain ECU to centre stage of its semi-automated driving concept September 12, 2013 TRW puts Safety Domain ECU to centre stage of its semi-automated driving concept Automotive supplier TRW unveiled its second generation Safety Domain ECU (SDE 2) which can integrate data from multiple driver assist system, chassis and suspension functions in one unit. The second generation SDE offers better performance than the previous generation and will play a key role in TRWs ... Read more Proximity and gesture recognition sensors spread to automotive dashboards September 12, 2013 Proximity and gesture recognition sensors spread to automotive dashboards Having already evolved from knobs and dials, to touch screens and voice recognition, automobiles are on the eve of a new evolution in user-interface technology, as sales of automotive human machine interface (HMI) proximity and gesture recognition systems rise by a factor of 50 during the next decade, ... Read more Daimler, KIT send autonomous vehicle on historic course September 11, 2013 Daimler, KIT send autonomous vehicle on historic course 125 years ago, Bertha Benz made the first cross-country excursion in history with an automobile - from Mannheim to Pforzheim in Germany, a distance of about 100 km. Now a current model Mercedes-Benz 500 drove the same route - autonomously, without human driver interaction. At the IAA automotive fair, ... Read more Continental taps IBM for connected car developments September 11, 2013 Continental taps IBM for connected car developments At the IAA automotive show, supplier Continental and IBM announced a technology cooperation aiming at jointly developing cloud-based services for connected vehicles. In this context, both companies plan to offer such solutions to carmakers around the globe. Read more Local partner networks determine connected car success in China, study says September 06, 2013 Local partner networks determine connected car success in China, study says In the global market for connected cars, China increasingly gains importance. But this market has is own rules. Management consulting company Oliver Wyman now explains in a study which aspects Western tier ones and tier twos should keep in mind to succeed in China. Read more MOSTCO demos infotainment networking based on UTP wiring September 05, 2013 MOSTCO demos infotainment networking based on UTP wiring The MOST Cooperation, a group of automotive suppliers that jointly supports the MOST infotainment networking standard, is preparing a low-cost HD multimedia network solution that especially targets the high-volume medium- and small-sized vehicle market. With the move, the group could open a growth path ... Read more Consortium develops unbreakable displays for cars September 04, 2013 Consortium develops unbreakable displays for cars Curved displays for automotive applications need to be flexible to a certain extend - besides being robust and lightweight. For applications in the automotive industry, research project LiCRA (Liquid Crystals for Robust Applications) is developing particularly tough yet lightweight full-colour displays. ... Read more
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