AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems
 

Thursday 12/19

 
The traditional USB Type-A connector, already available in models from all major automotive OEMs, provides power capabilities up to 7.5 W (up to 1.5 A current at 5 V). However, with the rapid adoption of the USB Type-C connector in PCs, smart phones, and other portable electronic devices, USB Type-A is quickly becoming a legacy connector.
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Developed with Arm Cortex-M0 processing core, the Semper family is built for automotive environments where high-density and functional safety compliance are required. The Toshiba ViscontiTM ADAS SoC is targeted for automobile makers working toward Autonomous Driving level 2.
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The new v8.1 release is compatible with principles in AUTOSAR such as disassociation from the hardware and the operating system. Therefore, there is no OS-based memory management, no threads/processes, and no kernel-based synchronization primitives.
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Allowing big-data analytics under real-time constraints, the CLASS software architecture provides a solution to managing extremely large amounts of complex data (pedestrians, traffic, vehicles, etc.) in real time. Data-in-motion and data-at-rest analytics are integrated into a single development framework, which works with real-time guarantees.
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Made of zinc oxide (ZnO) based ceramic semiconductor devices with nonlinear, bi-directional voltage-current (V-I), TransGuard Automotive VGAH Series combine bi-directional overvoltage circuit protection and EMI/RFI filtering functions in an SMT device.
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This product has an operating temperature range of -55 to +150?C, allowing it to be used in harsh temperature environments. The product functions by using metal termination that absorbs the stresses associated with temperature change. Due to its small size, ECUs can be installed in a wider range of areas.
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The release focuses on streamlining safety-critical and security coding standards compliance and reporting, bringing coverage for AUTOSAR C++14 and updated rule sets for detecting security weaknesses.
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The Rimac C_Two is an electric hypercar capable of speeds of up to 258 miles per hour. ADI's battery management ICs deliver measurements for safe vehicle operation and maximizing vehicle range per charge.
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The semiconductor content in today?s (and tomorrow?s) automobiles continues to grow. That?s a good thing for lots of people. Unfortunately, that list includes the bad guys, as more end points appear in the vehicle, more entry points become vulnerable to hackers.
 
 
 
 
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