I am a journalist with an engineering background and two decades of experience in writing and editing technical content. Formerly Editor-in-Chief of EE Times Asia, I have taken part in creating a range of industry-wide print and digital products for the semiconductors industry content value chain.

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AI & Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence and automotive: Happy together - Blog

June 28, 2018

ADAS and autonomous car designs are unleashing the levels of innovation unprecedented in the technology business. At the same time, however, AI is turning the industry upside down.

Analog & Power

Vehicle electrification: Four key trends to watch in 2018 - Product

May 23, 2018

This column chronicles the most notable design trends in the vehicle electrification realm ? and it inevitably starts with the battery.


Automotive flash MCUs at smaller nodes boost OTA reliability - Story

April 23, 2018

Flash MCUs have reached the 28 nm process which, according to Renesas, will be instrumental in developing fuel-efficient engines and efficient scaling of the ECUs in the next-generation green cars.


TUV certification is shifting the automotive landscape - Story

March 30, 2018

Why are certifications like ISO 26262 only becoming more prominent now? For a start, the electronic content of vehicles is increasing almost universally.


Connectivity looks prominent in infotainment's 2018 diary - Story

February 28, 2018

During the past six months or so, major infotainment announcements feature connectivity as the key design theme.


Key design considerations for in-car wireless charging - Blog

January 24, 2018

In-car wireless charging is growing in popularity, and the sense of urgency to develop viable solutions in this area was palpable on the CES 2018 show floor.


A quick progress report on SiC and GaN chips for electric vehicles - Eletter Product

December 18, 2017

The vehicle electrification drive, where every pound matters, is increasingly looking toward two wide bandgap semiconductor technologies: silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN).


Camera modules, multi-channel imaging mark key trends in ADAS design - Other

November 27, 2017

The automotive imaging sector has started adopting the modular solutions that allow designers to mix and match image sensors, image signal processors, and long-distance serializer modules.


SerDes eyed for fatter bandwidth pipes inside smart cars - Other

October 27, 2017

The meteoric rise in the amount of aggregated sensor data will inevitably overwhelm the automotive bandwidth now mostly served by buses or networks such as CAN, LIN, MOST, FlexRay, LVDS, and Ethernet.


The design view of an automated parking system - Other

September 29, 2017

While auto-parking systems have been featured in high-end luxury cars for quite some time, parking assist technologies are now moving to entry- and mid-level cars.


Automotive Grade Linux moving beyond infotainment with a hypervisor architecture - Other

August 17, 2017

Automotive Grade Linux is making waves amid Toyota's announcement that its 2018 Camry will run AGL software in its infotainment system.


How to counter frozen images in automotive displays - Blog

July 31, 2017

High-resolution displays are the new norm in cars for infotainment, navigation, and instrument clusters, and chips are becoming available to ensure automotive-grade reliability for these...


How to counter frozen images in automotive displays - Blog

July 31, 2017

High-resolution displays are the new norm for infotainment, navigation, and instrument clusters, and chips are becoming available to ensure automotive-grade reliability.


The LED makeover for automotive exterior lighting - Blog

July 05, 2017

Car OEMs and Tier 1 firms invest a lot of effort to achieve low electromagnetic interference (EMI) in exterior lighting applications where numerous LEDs are located in a densely concentrated area....


Revisiting the CAN bus to secure connected cars - Story

June 13, 2017

The CAN bus and its security are at the center-stage after a number of high-profile hacking events that shook the automotive industry during the past couple of years. The intra-vehicle data...

Networking & 5G

5G is paving the way for autonomous cars - Other

April 26, 2017

Is it merely a coincidence that both 5G and autonomous car projects share the common implementation time frames of the late 2010s and early 2020s? Yes, it is. But the fact that these two gigantic...


Intel's Mobileye deal marks an inflection point in automotive electronics - Other

April 17, 2017

In summer 2016, when BMW, Intel, and Mobileye joined hands to bring fully autonomous cars to roads by 2021, the collaboration raised a few questions....


Connected cars: eCall systems kickstart V2I agenda - Other

March 01, 2017

  Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications and its counterpart vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) initiative are lagging behind other advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) technologies. V2I...


The Rise of 48V Mild-Hybrid Vehicles - Story

November 21, 2016

Electric and hybrid vehicles are mostly industry initiatives with modest consumer interest and are largely aimed at driving new business models. So ho...


The long road to autonomous cars - Other

July 28, 2016

The technology and trade media is abuzz with deadlines for the arrival of autonomous cars, but pundits and technology observers are clearly missing a...

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