Automotive Embedded Systems – March 2017 – The Connected Car
Automotive adopts Linux open source and software reuse principles for IVI and autonomous drive
Automotive adopts Linux open source and software reuse principles for IVI and autonomous drive
AGL has begun the process of ISO 26262 functional safety certification with the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL), which allows the architecture to extend into safety-critical, automotive safety integrity level-rated (ASIL-rated) control and telematics systems in the near future.




Features
Features

Wireless coexistence and interference: The connected car conundrum
Wireless coexistence and interference: The connected car conundrum

Automotive electronics manufacturers have to be good jugglers to keep the connected car revolution moving forward despite the ever-increasing complexity and costs of implementing applications based on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), vehicle-to-network (V2N), vehicle-to-grid (V2G), vehicle-to-home (V2H), and eventually vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications.


Who’s behind the wheel of autonomous vehicle development?
Who’s behind the wheel of autonomous vehicle development?

A look at the future vehicle through the eyes of SAE International


Chauffeurs 2.0: Standardizing the Autonomous Car

Sponsored by: National Instruments and PRQA
March 29, 2pm ET


Blogs & Columns
Blogs & Columns

Data exchange is the key to unlocking connected car advancement></a></td>
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Data exchange is the key to unlocking connected car advancement

Vehicle data collection and exchange has become a major trend in advancing the automotive industry from connected vehicles to fully autonomous vehicles.


Distributed Trust Ecosystem key to autonomous driving future></a></td>
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Distributed Trust Ecosystem key to autonomous driving future

The automotive tech industry needs to heed the warning signs and move beyond simple collaboration on security standards and recognize that 20th century cryptography technology should be jettisoned in favor of a solution that is fit for purpose and the 21st century.


Touch controller and display driver integration (TDDI) innovations></a></td>
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Touch controller and display driver integration (TDDI) innovations

Touchscreen performance and efficiency is a make-or-break proposition for embedded devices employing them. And the advancements and options for touchscreens may surprise you. Synaptics has made several announcements over the past few months related to advancements and customer applications for TDDI.


 Lynx Software Technologies isolates safety-critical functions with ETAS Automotive OS></a></td>
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Lynx Software Technologies isolates safety-critical functions with ETAS Automotive OS

Robert Day, Vice President of Marketing at Lynx Software Technologies demonstrates how safety-critical automotive systems can be kept isolated with the company’s security separation operating system (OS) kernel.


Executive Outlook
Executive Outlook

Possible 802.11p, LTE-V automotive wireless coexistence underscores test necessity for V2X and connected cars
Possible 802.11p, LTE-V automotive wireless coexistence underscores test necessity for V2X and connected cars

The infrastructure required for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications is slowly being tested and deployed by governments, automotive manufacturers, and technology companies, but different technologies and unique geographies are a challenge that must be overcome as the U.S., Europe, and Japan each pursue separate connected car strategies. An example of this is the desire to leverage 802.11p and/or LTE-Vehicle (LTE-V) communications standards in future V2X applications, a possible coexistence that demands extensive verification of wireless automotive environments to ensure safety and quality user experiences. Christoph Wagner, Director of the Automotive Market Segment Automotive at Rohde & Schwarz, explains.



Marketplace
Marketplace

Optical Gigabit Ethernet becomes IEEE standard></a></td>
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Optical Gigabit Ethernet becomes IEEE standard

As an amendment to the IEEE 802.3 standard, IEEE Std. 802.3bv for gigabit Ethernet over plastic optical fiber (POF) defines physical layer specifications and management parameters for automotive, industrial, and home networking applications utilizing POF.


IAR Systems increases focus on automotive industry></a></td>
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IAR Systems increases focus on automotive industry

For companies working with automotive embedded applications, IAR Systems is able to deliver software and services.


CoreAVI, VeriSilicon collaborate on safety-critical graphics to ISO 26262, RTCA DO-178C, and EUROCAE ED-12C></a></td>
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CoreAVI, VeriSilicon collaborate on safety-critical graphics to ISO 26262, RTCA DO-178C, and EUROCAE ED-12C

The product collaboration includes CoreAVI’s suite of GPU-accelerated OpenGL drivers: Autocore (ISO 26262 ASIL D compliant) and ArgusCore SC (RTCA DO-178C and EUROCAE ED-12C DAL compliant).




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