AVs data challenge solved with OpenRoaming platform
Oxbotica and Cisco have partnered to demonstrate how OpenRoaming can unlock the potential of fully-connected autonomous vehicle fleets, enabling the seamless and secure sharing of high volume data while on the move.
Hypervisor solutions drive car cockpit advancements
Visitors to embedded world 2020 in Nuremberg saw a demonstration of Green Hills Software’s advanced hypervisor solutions on MARELLI’s latest AMOLED display multi-OS cockpit solution.
Orchestrating automotive embedded application development
Large-scale trends in the automotive embedded industry are making embedded software development more fundamental to vehicle development overall. Vehicle automation, connectivity, electrification, and shared mobility (ACES) are driving a need for remarkably sophisticated software to enable features like advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), battery management, vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication, and more.
Dockless e-scooters to launch internationally
Spin, the micro-mobility unit of Ford Motor Company that crafted the first stationless micro-mobility permit in the United States of America, has announced its international expansion plans. The company will launch its first international fleet of dockless electric scooters in Cologne, Germany this Spring, with other German cities soon to follow.
Sustainable solution for long haul commercial vehicles
On 3rd March 2020 at 15:00 GMT, experts from Ricardo will discuss the opportunities and challenges of fuel cell technology for heavy duty commercial vehicles in a free webinar.
ICs enable LiDAR systems to work at higher speeds
The requirement for LiDAR systems to enable higher-speed autonomous driving is being met by two devices unveiled by Maxim Integrated Products at embedded world 2020 in Nuremberg (February 25-27).
Duo partner to develop GaN based EV inverter design
Nexperia has announced a partnership with Ricardo to produce a technology demonstrator for an EV inverter based on Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology.
Proof of concept for smart navigation ADAS solution
Hitachi Automotive Systems America and TomTom (TOM2), the location technology specialist, has announced that they are collaborating on a proof of concept for the development of a new real-time hazard service for navigation and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Ricardo to support SuperTurbo product industrialisation
In a collaboration recently announced, Ricardo Performance Products will support the first phase of commercial industrialisation of the SuperTurbo system - a planetary traction drive that enables high speed power transfer to and from a turbocharger shaft, offering significant driveability and fuel efficiency benefits for large trucks.
Mobile weather simulation designed for ADAS testing
The safety of autonomous vehicles and driver assistance systems is closely linked to the performance of the sensors used. The driving assistants are dependent on the accurate recording of the environment. The weather has the greatest disturbing influence on the environmental measurement via camera, radar and lidar.