Automotive Embedded Systems Monthly
Automotive Embedded Systems Monthly




Features
Features

Resolving power issues in smart charging automotive systems
Resolving power issues in smart charging automotive systems

Reducing CO2 emissions is now mandatory for car suppliers. Considering CO2 is the main greenhouse gas, governments set CO2 emission reduction targets for new cars and levy fines on car suppliers on excess amounts of CO2. Automatically stopping and restarting the internal combustion engine is one of the most efficient methodologies to reduce CO2 emissions.


Automotive ECUs: Architecture considerations to implement secure software updates over the air
Automotive ECUs: Architecture considerations to implement secure software updates over the air

With increasing recognition that our cars are evolving into rolling data centers, manufacturers are faced with the challenge of keeping software current. Part of the demand is driven by economics; the rising costs for recall actions make it essential that upgrades become automatic.


The birth of 30 million digital twins: Transforming the engineering lifecycle and manufacturing feedback loops
The birth of 30 million digital twins: Transforming the engineering lifecycle and manufacturing feedback loops

Although the digital twin concept is still in its relative infancy, large-scale manufacturing has been quick to adopt the technology. In the automotive market, for example, digital twins are being integrated with product line engineering (PLE) platforms to help manufacturers manage the immense variation in makes, models, and features of vehicles across their fleets.


Assessing the potential of additive manufacturing and lower-cost tools in the automotive industry

As additive manufacturing (3D printing) capabilities evolve, so will its adoption within the automotive industry. This white paper explores the possibilities and offers evidence of notable opportunity in 3D printed tooling.


Blogs & Columns
Blogs & Columns

Automotive Grade Linux moving beyond infotainment with a hypervisor architecture></a></td>
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Automotive Grade Linux moving beyond infotainment with a hypervisor architecture

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is making waves amid Toyota's announcement that its 2018 Camry will run AGL software in its infotainment system. Moreover, AGL software platform is adding a virtualization solution via a hypervisor in order to move beyond infotainment.


Endless opportunities for the electronic system design ecosystem, including embedded></a></td>
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Endless opportunities for the electronic system design ecosystem, including embedded

Many of the Design Automation Conference (DAC) pre-conference announcements promoted safety-critical software to meet the stringent ISO 26262 standard, design tools based on machine-learning techniques that got smarter the more they were used, and the promise of next-generation software to reduce power consumption


Executive Outlook
Executive Outlook

Embedded Insiders Podcast: The vicious cycle of electric vehicles
Embedded Insiders Podcast: The vicious cycle of electric vehicles

The Embedded Insiders stumble upon an interesting question this week: Why haven't hybrid and electric vehicles been more successful? The capability to support these technologies has been available almost since cars themselves, yet today they represent less than 1 percent of the world vehicle population.



Marketplace
Marketplace

Autoliv partners with global automaker on radar for autonomous driving></a></td>
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Autoliv partners with global automaker on radar for autonomous driving

Autoliv?s high-resolution radars, located on the four corners of the vehicle, allow for increased detection points, leading to improved ability to understand free space, better object separation in multiple target environments, and more precise detections in Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.


Microcontroller market revenue to reach $18.8 billion by 2024, says Esticast Research and Consulting></a></td>
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Microcontroller market revenue to reach $18.8 billion by 2024, says Esticast Research and Consulting

?The rapidly growing automotive industry is expected to be the key driver of the market over the forecast period. Additionally, a high degree of competition in the industry has resulted in the price reduction, which is expected to further boost the market growth."


Luxoft's automotive technology practice boosted by ISG recognition></a></td>
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Luxoft's automotive technology practice boosted by ISG recognition

According to the ISG Provider Lens ADM Archetype Report, Luxoft was among the leading providers in the Glocal Talent Archetype (Global + Local) and Enabling Digital Archetype. The Company also scored 4 out of 5 in Transformation-Oriented Archetype.


NXP and Changan Automobile to cooperate on infotainment and future vehicle technologies ></a></td>
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NXP and Changan Automobile to cooperate on infotainment and future vehicle technologies

The first phase is focused on excellence in infotainment, products, solutions and the development of industry standards for future vehicle semiconductors. In the second phase of the partnership, Changan will apply NXP's Vehicle-to-x (V2X) communication, Near Field Communication (NFC) identification, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), and joint R&D to further transform automobiles into mobile information hubs.




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