AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems
 

Tuesday 10/15

 
IAR DevCon
 
To simplify and accelerate development, next-generation instrument cluster technology brings together key functional safety technologies to deliver complete, ISO 26262-compliant development platforms for automotive applications.
 
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OmniVision Technologies, Inc. combined its OX03A1Y image sensor with the Arm Mali-C71 image signal processor (ISP) for a dual-mode automotive camera module.
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C2A Security and NXP are working together on an automotive security solution that will leverage NXP Semiconductors? secure CAN (Controller Area Network) transceivers.
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Koenigsegg Automotive AB chose The Qt Company?s cross-platform framework for its in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems and instrument clusters development, as it will support software enhancements of Koenigsegg?s SmartCenter, SmartWheel and SmartCluster products.
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The European project 3Ccar, which stands for ?Integrated Components for Complexity Control in affordable electrified cars,? set out to meet the demands of electromobility and automated driving with a new system approach in vehicle architecture.
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Elektrobit (EB) has provided basic software design, development and integration services for electronic control units (ECUs) for Weltmeister (WM) Motor?s first electric vehicle, the WM EX5, a compact SUV.
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ROHM?s BD81A76EFV-M driver IC for LEDs is optimized for LCD backlighting in instrument clusters, center information displays, and car navigation. The IC provides six channels of output at 120mA per channel. A buck-boost control ensures compatibility with both small and large LCDs using a single driver.
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Silicon Labs? portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions is designed to satisfy the clocking demands of in-vehicle systems. The new AEC-Q100-qualified timing devices include Si5332 any-frequency programmable clock generators, Si5225x PCIe Gen1/2/3/4/5 clocks, Si5325x PCIe buffers and Si5335x fanout clock buffers.
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Burgeoning trends like autonomous automobiles, the Internet of Things (IoT), and increasingly sophisticated industrial and manufacturing devices, machines and systems are forcing change in the world of embedded systems.
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With the goal of promoting digital LED technology and infrastructure in the industry, the ISELED Alliance has grown from an initial five members in 2016 to the current count of 28 companies.
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