Atmel Connects Single-chip AES-128 Immobilizer and Remote Keyless Entry Microcontroller for Combi-Key Applications
Atmel announced the availability of the new single-chip AES-128 immobilizer and remote keyless entry AVR microcontroller for combi-key applications. This combi-key application will enable a fully integrated solution for automotive manufacturers and consumers seeking an easier to use, integrated system. Atmel's ATA5795 is specifically targeted for high-volume, uni-directional car keys, while the immobilizer and the remote keyless entry functions a...
ARM joins industry body to continue investment in next-generation driving experience
ARM, announced today their Elected Charter seat on the board of directors of the GENIVI Alliance. ARM’s engagement in GENIVI is part of its overarching strategy to enable consumers with the same user experience across all forms of entertainment equipment, wherever and whenever they want.
TOM1203LP series, a low profile transponder coil for automotive applications
PREMO has enlarged its broad range of transponders including its newest TOM1203LP series, a low profile, high performance, and robust transponder coil for automotive applications.
Mitsubishi Motors Adopts Analog Devices’ Low-Power Isolation Technology For Next-Generation Electric Vehicle
Analog Devices announced today that Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Mitsubishi Motors) has adopted ADI’s iCoupler digital isolators to develop a safe, reliable and efficient Li-ion battery power system for the next-generation EV, the “i-MiEV” all-electric vehicle. Mitsubishi Motors describes the vehicle as the ultimate eco-car that produces no CO2 emissions. Powered by 100 percent electrical power, the i-MiEV has a single-charge range of 160...
MOST(r) Network Adopted In First Volkswagen Model
SMSC a leading semiconductor company providing Smart Mixed-Signal Connectivity solutions, today announced that its Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) networking technology has been selected as part of the infotainment system for the second generation of the popular Volkswagen Touareg SUV. Worldwide MOST has been adopted in over 85 vehicle models on the road today.
MOST150 broadens in-car multimedia to forward high-definition audio and video into vehicles
The MOST Cooperation is pleased about the milestones the latest MOST Technology has accomplished: MOST150 now offers the technology and full audio/video capability for next generation automotive infotainment features and devices such as Head Units, Rear Seat Entertainment, amplifiers, TV-tuners and video displays.
MOST150 Now Allows Safety Critical Applications
The MOST Cooperation welcomes the latest research results proving that MOST150 is ready to support safety-critical applications and may be available as the future network for driver assistance systems. By supporting the new domain of driver assist, the latest MOST Technology completes the major fields of in-car uses such as entertainment, information, mobile connectivity, and connected services. Today's MOST is now exceeding the limits of infotai...
Cherry SD101201 geartooth speed and direction sensor for automotive transmission controls
ZF Electronics has developed a new Hall-effect geartooth speed and direction sensor which suits the rigorous demands found in harsh automotive environments. In modern vehicles, engine transmission is controlled by a large number of different sensors and controllers - for example, sensors are used on the transfer gears or on the output shaft to measure direction, speed and change of speed. Typically, a gear sensor will have only a speed or speed ...
GS series Cherry geartooth speed sensors announced by ZF Electronics
ZF Electronics has announced three new series of geartooth speed sensors designated the GS100X family including two types of Hall-effect speed sensors with adjustable housings and the GS1012 flange mount speed sensor, which is designed for high-temperature applications in the automotive industry.
Second MOST Forum Focused on Consumer Device Connectivity to MOST
The second MOST Forum took place on March 23rd, 2010, in Frankfurt, Germany. 150 professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia participated in the very informative conference and visited the accompanying exhibition. The broad international audience was composed of attendees from Europe as well as India, Japan, South Korea, and the United States.