AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems

Wednesday 11/18

The promise of a fully autonomous tomorrow no longer seems like a pipe dream. Today, the questions around autonomy center on the underlying technologies and the advancements needed to make autonomy a reality. Light detection and ranging (LIDAR) has become one of the most discussed technologies supporting the shift to autonomous applications, but many questions remain. LIDAR systems with ranges greater than 100 m and 0.1? of angular resolution continue to dominate autonomous driving technology headlines.
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ADLINK will provide university teams with rugged deep learning acceleration edge platforms, engineering resources for in-vehicle computing, and open source software support for ROS-based middleware.
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The collaboration on an automotive test platform between Rohde & Schwarz and UNH-IOL is designed to benefit OEMs, Tier1s, Tier2s, and system integrators who want to submit their products for compliance test certification.
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Microchip Technology announced its CryptoAutomotive security IC, the TrustAnchor100 (TA100). The cryptographic companion device is designed to support in-vehicle network security solutions such as secure boot, firmware update and message authentication, including Controller Area Network (CAN) MAC at bus speed.
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OmniVision, Ambarella, and Smart Eye, announced the automotive industry?s first complete solution for dual-mode camera applications. This joint solution simultaneously monitors drivers while capturing vehicle occupants for one-way videoconferencing.
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Approov announced a partnership with BMW Group to provide a secure, safe, and seamless car-sharing experience. Per the companies, the BMW Group Car Sharing Platform, including the Approov SDK, has already been deployed in several thousand vehicles globally.
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Stolen IP can be modified in a fraudulent manner and can contain backdoors and side channels. The lack of integrity means modified Software IP can potentially enter connected safety-critical systems, a good example, of which is a modern car.
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This video provides a brief introduction to our system development framework for building Mission Critical Edge solutions: LYNX MOSA.ic? for Industrial.
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Silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductors have recently risen in popularity as a growing number of engineers choose them over previous semiconductors made from silicon. They can tolerate higher voltage levels and temperatures than silicon semiconductors.

Both of these characteristics and others make them appealing for use in the automotive sector. These semiconductors offer advantages appreciated by car manufacturers and owners alike, such as faster battery charging and better energy-efficiency. Here are three examples of exciting progress in that sector:
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