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Routing a successful path April 16, 2015 Routing a successful path Navigation is a complex task that is becoming more involved as drivers expect more functions. Routing is an important building ... Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 3 April 07, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 3 Sanjaya Maniktala offers a third part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Verification of Driver Assistance Systems in the Vehicle and in the Laboratory April 01, 2015 Verification of Driver Assistance Systems in the Vehicle and in the Laboratory Driver assistance systems acquire the vehicle's environment via a wide variety of sensors. Warnings to the driver or (semi-) ... Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 2 March 23, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 2 Sanjaya Maniktala offers a second part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Accommodating the needs of ISO26262 in MEMS Gyro based automotive applications March 19, 2015 Accommodating the needs of ISO26262 in MEMS Gyro based automotive applications MEMS gyros and accelerometers are finding their way into many consumer and industrial applications today. From smartphones ... Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 1 March 16, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 1 Sanjaya Maniktala offers the first part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Deterministic Ethernet for Automotive Applications March 12, 2015 Deterministic Ethernet for Automotive Applications Ethernet in the car is a reality today but it’s further technological and ecosystem developments will define to which extent ... Read more Hall-effect sensor design: What is the best way to suppress switching jitter? February 25, 2015 Hall-effect sensor design: What is the best way to suppress switching jitter? As an integral part in the automotive industry, Hall-effect sensors are used to detect end-position or to measure linear ... Read more Ventilation solutions boost safety and extend service life of vehicle electronics February 12, 2015  Ventilation solutions boost safety and extend service life of vehicle electronics Cars are becoming more and more electrified. With electronic components taking over more and more essential vehicle functions, ... Read more Architectures for ISO 26262 systems with multiple ASIL requirements February 03, 2015 Architectures for ISO 26262 systems with multiple ASIL requirements The exponential increase in the number and complexity of in-vehicle electronics has transformed the automobile. At one time, ... Read more
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