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Infotainment link quadruples bandwidth October 15, 2015Infotainment link quadruples bandwidth  Inova Semiconductors has introduced a new iteration of its APIX in-car infotainment connectivity technology. APIX 3 supports data rates up to 6 Gbps with STP and coax wiring and up to 12 Gpbs over a quad twisted pair (QTP) connection, enabling playback of video content with HD and UHD resolution on rear-seat screens. Read more Redriver chip boosts USB 2.0 signal integrity October 12, 2015Redriver chip boosts USB 2.0 signal integrity Texas Instruments presents this IC as the first stand-alone USB 2.0 redriver, improving signal integrity in automotive applications; the high-speed redriver easily enables designers to reduce the size, cost and power consumption of automotive infotainment systems Read more Transceiver chip eases migration from optical to coax cabling September 2, 2015Transceiver chip eases migration from optical to coax cabling With its first coax transceiver chip for the MOST150 infotainment network system, MOST main supplier Microchip Technology helps designers to further push the limits of the MOST technology. The OS82150 integrates a coaxial cable driver and coaxial cable receiver into a small-footprint, 4x4 mm QFN package and allows designers to use coaxial cabling in powerful MOST150 automotive infotainment networks Read more Secure automotive consolidation platform runs on i.MX6 architecture July 6, 2015Secure automotive consolidation platform runs on i.MX6 architecture Green Hills Software has extended its Integrity automotive consolidation platform to the Freescale i.MX 6 series Smart Application Blueprint for Rapid Engineering (SABRE) for automotive infotainment board. This gives carmakers and suppliers another processor choice on which to consolidate multi-domain cockpit software – digital instrument cluster, entertainment, navigation, driver assistance – into smaller, simpler and less costly configurations. Read more Jaguar taps into brain waves to ensure driver attention June 18, 2015Jaguar taps into brain waves to ensure driver attention In the recent past, Jaguar Land Rover already caught attention with futuristic technology approaches such as using the entire windscreen as head-up display or extensive use of augmented reality. Now the company goes another step further: It considers utilizing brain waves to increase traffic safety by monitoring driver attention. Read more
Audi invests in M2M technology company
Harman: How the Connected Car shapes future infotainment systems
Tester scrutinises electric and mechanic elements of infotainment systems
Twisted pair wireline pushes data rates up to 10 Gbit/s in vehicles
Freescale extends development environment for in-vehicle Ethernet
Visteon concept marries data security and connectivity
Is there a future for the MOST bus?
Module combines support for WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC
This is how the cockpit of the future might look like
VW grabs Blackberry's European R&D lab
Intel steps on the gas in the auto market
Wind river infotainment platform is Genivi compliant
Power infotainment systems with automotive buck regulator
GENIVI 5.0 compliant embedded design platform targets Linux based in-vehicle infotainment systems
Harman brings virtualisation and scalability to automotive infotainment
Linking in-vehicle infotainment and phones at RTOS level
Jaguar docks on to Intel for next-gen infotainment systems
Development platform addresses Car2X, infotainment development requirements
Local partner networks determine connected car success in China, study says
Infotainment platform integrates driver assistant functions
Automotive wireless market to expand by over 40 percent
Mentor Graphics expands automotive Linux infotainment business
Jacinto 6 brings more processing power to automotive infotainment
Jacinto 5 powers Audi high-end infotainment system
Linux infotainment platform is Genivi 3.0-compliant
Interactive infotainment display concept fits any shape
Quad-output power management solution for automotive infotainment
No electronics diet for the new Volkswagen Golf
Ruetz System Solutions expands service model
Automotive infotainment system shipments to hit over 50 million by 2017
Enhanced ConnectedDrive offers 3D representation, blends infotainment and navigation
Continental provides upgradeable infotainment system for Fiat
Freescale pitches Vybrid MCU line to automotive infotainment
Audi, Sierra Wireless jointly develop and test in-vehicle LTE infotainment system
Volvo partners with Mitsubishi for infotainment technology development
Safe use of phone apps at the wheel through smartphone-centric in-vehicle infotainment
Bosch expands infotainment business in Asia
Software speeds development for Android-based IVI systems
Intel gets granular on automotive connectivity
Intel, Toyota to work together on vehicle infotainment
EtherWaves adds software defined radio based DAB/DMB to GENIVI and Android
Daimler presents comprehensively integrated infotainment system
Infotainment designers prefer MOST technology
Audi to use NatSemi's SerDes technology in 2012 car models
Ford introduces Sync technology at CeBIT
Bosch, Opel develop innovative infotainment system
MODENA 5.0 test software includes MOST150
BMW launches telematics interface 2.0
Automotive chip content growing fast, says Gartner
Marvell and Harman bring advanced Wi-Fi to the automotive industry
Daimler selects SMSC Kleer technology for infotainment system
Bosch sees massive challenges ahead for automotive electronics
QNX to provide software platform for next-gen Audi infotainment system
OpenSynergy gets funds to expand
NXP tops automotive infotainment chip ranking, says iSuppli
Study: Automotive electronics market returns to growth – in China
Harman, Neusoft in strategic partnership on automotive and consumer electronics
Ethernet could integrate automotive infotainment, study says
ARM joins Genivi board
QNX extends lead in automotive infotainment market

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