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Wednesday 12/4

 
Electronic innovations have provided us with many of the key tools needed to tackle climate change seriously. Renewable energies like wind and solar, depend heavily on advanced electronics in order to create the efficiencies required to make them economically viable alternatives to fossil fuels.
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Instant-On is often touted as an ease-of-use feature. Consumers, as we know, are extremely impatient and want their gadgets to be available immediately. For many applications, however, Instant-On can be a critical system requirement that impacts functional safety.
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dSPACE, a developer of integrated hardware and software tools for electronic control units, announced the release of the MicroAutoBox III.
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Advanced cars with autonomic systems are increasingly becoming computer networks with integrated drives on wheels. Service-oriented architectures (SOA) enable and facilitate the structuring and use of distributed functions in the vehicle.
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Rohde & Schwarz recently developed the R&S ATS1500C antenna test system, a test chamber for high performance radar testing, offering advanced indirect far-field testing performance.
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UTAC Holdings Ltd., a global semiconductor test and assembly services provider, announced that they have been awarded the automotive-related quality standard ISO26262 for their automotive manufacturing focused facility UTAC Thailand (UTL) in Bangkok.
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Parasoft, an automated software testing company, announced support for the updated 2019 Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) Top 25 and "On the Cusp" (an additional 15 weaknesses) for C, C++, Java, and .NET languages.
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Vishay Intertechnology?s automotive-grade AC and pulse metallized polypropylene film capacitors for hybrid and electric vehicles offer a maximum operating temperature of +125?C (observing voltage derating).
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