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Interface connects FlexRay to PC September 23, 2014Interface connects FlexRay to PC To meet the growing demand for small, portable vehicle bus / PC interfaces capable of operating without separate power supply, ETAS GmbH has developed the ES583 FlexRay USB module. The product complements ETAS' existing offerings for CAN bus interfaces. Read more Timing design tool gets support for FlexRay, Autosar 3.x/4.x September 9, 2014Timing design tool gets support for FlexRay, Autosar 3.x/4.x At its customer conference this week, software tool vendor Symtavision will preview the latest release of its SymTA/S system-level timing design and verification tool. The new release - it bears version number 3.6 - features improvements in system distribution analysis performance, memory usage, multicore data consistency analysis and support for the FlexRay high-speed data bus as well as for the Autosar 3.x/4.x software environments. In addition, it offers analysis of start-up behaviour and trace import. Read more Active tilting function: Mercedes cars lean into bends June 2, 2014Active tilting function: Mercedes cars lean into bends Daimler has introduced an active tilting function for its new Mercedes S-Class Coupé. The system identifies curves with help of a stereo camera and a lateral acceleration sensor - an innovative application of sensor fusion. Read more Standard technologies set to displace classical automotive ecosystems January 15, 2014Standard technologies set to displace classical automotive ecosystems Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth and other standard IT technologies will conquer gradually more application fields and significantly gain market share within cars. No big surprise so far, given the commitments of carmakers, tier ones and semiconductor vendors across the board. Figures from market watcher ABI Research now allow for a more precise assessment of the success of standard IT technologies in future cars. The advance of standard IT could go at the expense of the classic vendors. Read more Researchers develop resilient data transfer for cars September 27, 2013Researchers develop resilient data transfer for cars Electronic control units (ECUs) in vehicles communicate across real-time enabled data buses such as CAN or FlexRay. In this environment, protocols define exactly which ECU can transfer data at any given point in time across the bus, providing for a fixed allocation of data type and bus. This makes the system susceptible to errors and failures, a group of scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (Fraunhofer IESE) found. Now they developed a new communication scheme that helps to make in-car data exchange more reliable. Read more
Timing analysis software supports LIN bus analysis
SOT-23 ESD protection diode protects FlexRay transceiver
Infineon steers FlexRay transceiver to automotive data bus market
NXP expands FlexRay transceiver portfolio
Data gateway supports FlexRay
FlexRay not dead, chip vendors claim
Star coupler links two FlexRay systems
ams FlexRay transceiver gains design win
Bus transceiver for FlexRay automotive networking
NXP FlexRay transceivers support 48V supply
Test system family focuses on network characteristics of ECUs, supports FlexRay
Porsche mulls central chassis control computer
Digital oscilloscope features 500 MHz bandwidth, CAN / Flexray analysis
LeCroy rolls automotive data bus analyzer packages
New option for Rohde & Schwarz oscilloscopes allows FlexRay interface testing
Continental to roll out Ethernet in all automotive domains
Austriamicrosystems announces industry's first FlexRay transceiver for high temperature applications
Automotive multi-bus gateway is PSI5 (V2.0) ready
Elmos FlexRay star coupler meets EPL V3.0 specs
FlexRay chip meets new FlexRay standard 2.1 rev B
Infineon boosts TriCore MCU architecture computing power
CANalyzer adds basic diagnostics and control panels
Beyond FlexRay: BMW airs Ethernet plans
Audi, VW select AMS FlexRay transceiver for Electronic Control Units
Off the highways, steer-by-wire is on the fast lane
Mixed-signal oscilloscope supports FlexRay bus analysis

Technical papers
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