AUTOMOTIVE Embedded Systems

Tuesday 12/1

Cloud technology has improved many aspects of modern life. Cloud computing has transformed the functioning of multiple industries driving innovation and growing the pace of business continuity. The automotive cloud-based solutions market is estimated to touch USD 66.95 billion revenue, at a CAGR of 19.88% by 2022. Industry backboned by the cloud has its own virtue. Cloud plays a major role in connected cars, autonomous driving, shared mobility, deeper customer insights, and digital manufacturing.
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Elektrobit (EB) announced EB xelor, an industry-first software platform designed to streamline the development of next-generation automotive electronics architectures based on high-performance computing (HPC).
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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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The Optoelectronics group of Vishay Intertechnology introduced two new fully integrated automotive grade proximity sensors with resolution up to 20 ?m for force sensing applications.
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u-blox and NetModule announced their partnership in the development of modular, multifunctional automotive gateways for telematics applications.
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Vishay Intertechnology released a new series of automotive-grade miniature aluminum electrolytic capacitors that couple high ripple currents up to 3.8A with temperature operations up to +105 ?C.
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In safety-critical software development, unit testing is mandated by standards. However, not all tests are built equal. This paper discusses approaches you can take with your unit testing to maximize their contribution to the development process.
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In 2011, both Xilinx and Altera (now Intel) released the Artix-7 and Cyclone V GT, respectively. Each of these devices contained fewer than 100K logic cells (50K for the Xilinx part and up to 77K for Cyclone V devices), but delivered a nice mix of I/O flexibility, logic, and low-power consumption in applications ranging from automotive subsystems to industrial automation equipment to communications infrastructure.

And then, nothing. For almost a decade.
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