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Wireless charging reference design targets smartphones in cars August 27, 2014Wireless charging reference design targets smartphones in cars Chipmakers Freescale and Melexis have jointly developed a reference design for wireless charging of in-vehicle consumer electronic devices such as smartphones or tablets. The reference design combines both Bluetooth communications technology and Qi-certified transmit control along with associated control logics. Read more Top ten automotive MEMS sensor vendors ranked July 1, 2014Top ten automotive MEMS sensor vendors ranked The market for automotive MEMS sensors was $2.47 billion in 2013, up by 2.8 percent from $2.40 in 2012, according to market analysis company IHS Inc. Read more Automotive processor get ISO 26262 ASIL D qualified code tools June 2, 2014Automotive processor get ISO 26262 ASIL D qualified code tools Green Hills Software has announced combined support for the latest Freescale Semiconductor automotive processor families – the Qorivva MPC5xxx targeting engine and body applications: and the MAC57Dxx family targeting digital instrument clusters. The offering, says GHS, combines high performance with functional safety for new ARM Cortex and Power Architecture families. Read more Triple alliance has platform for camera-based ADAS May 21, 2014Triple alliance has platform for camera-based ADAS Vision-based driver assistance systems are increasingly connected to steering and braking systems of cars. Developers and system integrators for this reason are demanding turnkey platforms that meet the tough requirements of automotive ruggedness and reliability as well as applicable functional safety standards, in particular ISO 26262. Chipmaker Freescale, Green Hill Software and Neusoft have devised such a platform. Read more "IoT and the car is like a gift for Freescale" May 2, 2014 IoT and the car is like a gift for Freescale In automotive semiconductor rankings, Freescale continues to fall back from its former pole position. EE Times Europe asked Steve Wainwright, General Manager, Freescale EMEA, and Juergen Weyer, Vice President Automotive EMEA, about the chipmaker's recipe to regain market share and their perspective on Internet of Things and the automobile. Read more
Battery sensor integrates MCU, CAN and analogue front-end
Freescale takes instrument cluster graphics to a new level
Freescale, Broadcom bring surround view to automotive mainstream
IAR tools for Freescale HCS12 updated
Automotive MEMS: A changing global landscape
Freescale mourns employees on missing Malaysian flight
Solenoid controller improves efficiency of direct fuel injection engines
Electromobility, Formula One and the Fatal Consequences of Bad Software Design: The top ten stories of 2013
CAN transceivers address tough EMC requirements
Freescale to collaborate with ROHM to deliver innovative automotive solutions
Freescale's Freedom for EMI-tolerant MCU range available from Farnell
Freescale Radar chipset makes ADAS more affordable
In Formula One, Freescale is in the pole position
Freescale MCUs simplify car wiring system, cut vehicle weight
Renesas passes automotive semiconductor competitors, Semicast reckons
Near field analysis for EMI/EMC
Freescale absolute pressure sensors offer enhanced functionality over predecessor
Freescale auto push ranges from radar to MCU
Image cognition processor for automotive camera applications
FlexRay not dead, chip vendors claim
In-car networking (save FlexRay), smart image systems drive electronics development, expert says
Freescale employs parallel processing to identify pedestrians
Highly integrated instrument cluster solution brings multiple functions into one chip
Freescale pitches Vybrid MCU line to automotive infotainment
MCU and system basis chip combo ease design of safety-critical features
Intelligent, multi-purpose switch family supports 24-V battery systems
Freescale adds single-chip instrument cluster SoC to S12 MagniV family
Reneas takes pole position in automotive semiconductor race
Freescale introduces highly integrated controller for automotive brushless motor control applications
'Accelerated' Android 4.0 available on ARM dev boards
Freescale, Macronix's combine serial Flash with Qorivva microcontroller in dashboard application
Broadcom rolls broadest automotive Ethernet product portfolio
Broadcom, NXP, Freescale and Harman join forces to establish in-car Ethernet
Freescale introduces advanced airbag sensors for improved vehicle safety
Freescale tackles automotive infotainment, mobile devices with combination of ARM Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A15
Ethernet succeeds in automotive environments
Broadcom, Freescale, Omnivision bring Ethernet to parking assistance system
Freescale opens R&D Centre of Excellence for automotive electronics in East Kilbride
Freescale expands analog LIN PHY portfolio
Freescale targets emerging automotive OEMs in BRIC regions
Bosch, Freescale collaborate on airbag platform
Freescale 16-bit microcontroller aims at body applications
MCU drives sophisticated automotive dashboard displays
Freescale tailors MCU for Ethernet-based vehicle applications
Freescale introduces StarterTRAK development kits for Qorivva automotive microcontrollers
Freescale alternator controller IC has LIN interface
Freescale, Fuji discover power electronics for electric driving
China's top car maker goes 32-bit
Multicore MCUs target ADAS applications
Automotive semiconductor market sees major shift
On-chip security for automotive market
DSI Consortium airs version 1.0 specs for DSI3 standard
Freescale multicore SoCs provide computing power to driver assistant systems and consumer devices
Freescale brings airbag sensor technology to ESC accelerometer
Smartphone-class processors target in-car multimedia applications
Freescale announces automotive MCU family
QNX tackles Freescale processors as platform for its software
PLS expands support for Freescale's high-end automotive microcontrollers
IAR Systems collaborates with Freescale to develop i.MX25 starter kit
NXP tops automotive infotainment chip ranking, says iSuppli
TTTech Automotive selected to supply ECUs for Aptera
Automotive chips: Infineon passes Freescale


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