AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems
 

Tuesday 7/2

 
Renesas? new Perception Quick Start Software is built on its R-Car V3H system-on-chip (SoC) that will provide reference software for camera obstacle detection (COD), LiDAR obstacle detection (LOD), and road feature detection (RFD).
 
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SecureRF Corporation gained ISO 26262 certification for its advanced automotive security solutions that guarantee the highest levels of quality for protecting the growing number of processors used in today?s vehicles.
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Micron Technology, Inc. launched its UFS 2.1 managed NAND products for automotive applications that focus on fast system startup and higher data bandwidth for in-vehicle infotainment systems and instrument clusters to improve driver experience.
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Wind River and Airbiquity are joining forces on creating essential technologies for an end-to-end software lifecycle management solution for connected and autonomous vehicles, allowing secure and intelligent over-the-air (OTA) software updates and data management.
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Autotalks is sharing its chipset with NoTraffic?s autonomous traffic management platform. The solution will detect a variety of objects including vehicles, motorcycles and pedestrians and transfer the data using DSRC or C-V2X to oncoming vehicles.
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Telechips chose Imagination Technologies? PowerVR Series9XTP for its in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and vehicle cockpit solutions.
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As automobile electronics become more prevalent and sophisticated, ensuring the reliability of the embedded software code within those systems becomes critical to the safety of passengers and pedestrians.
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In this episode, the Embedded Insiders talk to Chris Jacobs, VP of Autonomous Transportation and Automotive Safety at Analog Devices as he divulges where the automotive industry is headed in terms of autonomy, safety and sensor technology. We also cover some news that came out of TU-Automotive Detroit.

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