AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems
 

Tuesday 9/3

 
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As more powerful multicore processor platforms are qualified for automotive use, subsystems that were traditionally isolated are now being consolidated onto the same physical piece of technology. In the case of automotive HMIs, you can see this happening with the convergence of infotainment systems and vehicle instrument clusters, sometimes on the same display.
 
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Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) released its new working group aimed at Instrument Cluster solutions, along with the most updated code release of the AGL platform, the UCB 8.0.
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Filament adopted the MOBI Vehicle Identity Standard within its Blocklet Mobility Platform, which allows automotive enterprises to generate connected vehicle applications.
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The next CAN generation, CAN FD, as specified in ISO 11898-1:2015, will be employed in future passenger cars. All market-leading automakers are making the switch from Classical CAN to CAN FD.
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Frost & Sullivan released its Global Autonomous Driving (AD) Industry Outlook, 2019, which underlines future industry and technology trends for automotive. Research focuses on platform level developments to add redundancies, fuse sensory data and building the essential computational ecosystem in the technology sector.
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TDK Corporation has enhanced its series of multilayer varistors with the new AVRH10C101KT1R1NE8 for automotive Ethernet. The product includes a low capacitance of 1.1 ? 0.3 pF, yielding high signal integrity at the high data rates of automotive Ethernet.
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AIWAYS? U5 battery-electric SUVs have made their way into Europe for the first time, specifically Finland. It is the latest phase of AIWAYS? 8,843-mile prototype engineering drive from China to Western Europe.
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A way for carmakers to improve systems design is to gather real-time data and compare that data to how the system was expected to behave.
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