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Munich, Germany. Infineon Technologies AG released its XENSIV connected sensor kit (CSK), a blend of XENSIV sensors with advanced processing for applications centered around the PSoC 6 microcontroller. OPTIGA Trust M secures the connection with an Adafruit compatible modular board design for use of differing sensors.
Elektrobit Announces Automotive-Grade Embedded OS and Hypervisor for Infineon AURIX TC4x Microcontrollers - NewsOctober 25, 2022
ERLANGEN, Germany -- Elektrobit announced that for the new AURIX TC4x microcontrollers (MCUs) from Infineon Technologies AG the company’s created the first automotive-grade, embedded, real-time operating system (OS) and hypervisor, the EB tresos AutoCore OS and new EB tresos Embedded Hypervisor based on the AUTOSAR Classic standard, to enable OEMs and Tier1s to grow and distribute automotive E/E architectures.
Munich, Germany. Infineon Technologies announced the release of ModusToolbox 3.0, an updated design solution with improved multi-core project workflow support, graphical tool for board support package (BSP), and backend system enhancements and infrastructure support for ModusToolbox Packs. The ModusToolbox 3.0 is ideal for consumer IoT, industrial, smart home, and wearables.
Infineon leverages Cerence Emergency Vehicle Detection to enable “the hearing car” with reliable detection of emergency vehicle sirens - Press ReleaseOctober 19, 2022
Munich, Germany – 19 October, 2022 – To improve road safety, many countries are introducing regulations that require drivers to actively yield the right of way to emergency vehicles. As more autonomous vehicles are deployed, regulations are likely to include self-driving vehicles that can also detect and respond to emergency vehicles and meet safety requirements.
Infineon’s CoolSiC™ to provide power components for Bloom Energy’s Electrolyzer and Energy Server - Press ReleaseOctober 19, 2022
Munich, Germany. The current energy crisis clearly shows that alternative energy sources are urgently needed for securing a climate-friendly energy supply. California-based Bloom Energy has chosen CoolSiC™ MOSFETs and CoolSiC diodes from Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) to process electrical power in Bloom’s Energy Server, the company’s fuel cell offering, and the Bloom Electrolyzer.
Technologies to enable connectivity in the automobile are accelerating at a staggering pace. In the past, the electrical connections drove basic functions, and wireless connections weren’t even considered due to limited reliability and performance that wasn’t up to snuff.