Automotive Embedded Systems ? May 2017 ? In-Vehicle Infotainment
Automotive Embedded Systems ? May 2017 ? In-Vehicle Infotainment




Features
Features

Letting go of the wheel: Can humans do it?
Letting go of the wheel: Can humans do it?

Letting go of the wheel ? it?s a daring and foreign concept for even the most trusting individual. The idea of hopping into a vehicle, inputting a destination, and letting the vehicle lead the way without any intervention seems straight out of a sci-fi movie, yet numerous automakers and technology developers are showcasing autonomous and connected car systems that prove it is possible. The technology will eventually be here, developing more day to day, but will humans be ready to make the transition?


5G is paving the way for autonomous cars
5G is paving the way for autonomous cars

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 technology roadmaps are converging and colliding isn?t just a coincidence.


IoT Panel: Exploring Industrial IoT ? What makes it Different?

Sponsored by: PTC, Red Hat, RTI
July 18 2pm ET


Blogs & Columns
Blogs & Columns

Embedded Insiders Podcast: On the Road to Level 5 Autonomous Drive></a></td>
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Embedded Insiders Podcast: On the Road to Level 5 Autonomous Drive

The Embedded Insiders, Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis, both of Embedded Computing Design, drive into the Society of Automotive Engineer?s (SAE?s) six levels of autonomous driving. From full human driver control to complete autonomy, the two outline each of the levels, discuss where they believe we are on the autonomy spectrum today, and discuss a recently released offering from Mentor Graphics that can get manufacturers developing Level 5 Autonomous Driving systems today.


Automotive adopts Linux open source and software reuse principles for IVI and autonomous drive></a></td>
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Automotive adopts Linux open source and software reuse principles for IVI and autonomous drive

If software is eating the world, it?s thanks in no small part to Linux. Since being developed as a desktop operating system (OS) in the late 1980s and early 1990s, variants of the Linux kernel have proliferated into everything from network servers and mobile phones to embedded devices such as flight computers and industrial control systems.


Executive Outlook
Executive Outlook


Marketplace
Marketplace

Cadence Unveils Industry's First Neural Network DSP IP for Automotive, Surveillance, Drone and Mobile 
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Cadence Unveils Industry's First Neural Network DSP IP for Automotive, Surveillance, Drone and Mobile Markets

Cadence Design Systems has unveiled the Cadence Tensilica Vision C5 DSP, a standalone, self-contained neural network DSP IP core optimized for vision, radar/lidar and fused-sensor applications with high-availability neural network computational needs.


MIPI Alliance Forms Birds of a Feather Group to Define Embedded Security Considerations for Mobile and Mobile-Influenced 
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MIPI Alliance Forms Birds of a Feather Group to Define Embedded Security Considerations for Mobile and Mobile-Influenced Designs

MIPI Alliance today has issued a call for participation to security experts in the areas of mobile, IoT, automotive and other use cases. The newly formed MIPI Alliance Security Birds of a Feather Group will help recommend the scope and role of security in MIPI specifications, like its recently introduced MIPI I3C sensor interface.




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