BlackBerry QNX Software embedded in more than 175 million vehicles
BlackBerry has announced that its QNX software is now embedded in more than 175 million cars on the road today. This is an increase of 25 million cars since the company last reported its automotive footprint in June 2019.
Rohm introduces Nano Cap technology for stable circuit control
Rohm Semiconductor has developed Nano Cap power supply technology to address control of linear regulator output, minimise circuit design load and reduce the number of external capacitors needed by linear regulators
Deepfake technology brings universal autonomy within sight
Oxbotica has developed and deployed a deepfake technology that is capable of generating thousands of photo-realistic images in minutes; helping to expose its autonomous vehicles to the near infinite variations of the same situation - without real world testing of a location having ever taken place.
ADLINK joins Autonomous Vehicles Alliance
ADLINK Technology has partnered with Tier IV and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) to help enable autonomous driving for all. The alliance will focus on jointly developing intelligent transportation and traffic management systems based on Autoware, open-source self-driving technology.
Crystal oscillators take aim at automotive applications
Frequency control specialist Euroquartz has launched a new range of surface mount ultra-low phase noise crystal oscillators designed for use in automotive applications.
Micropower magnetic node offers contactless 3D sensing
The Belgium-based global supplier of micro-electronic semiconductor solutions, Melexis has announced the MLX90395 Triaxis Magnetometer Node, an automotive-grade (AEC-Q100) monolithic sensor that uses the Hall effect to provide contactless 3D sensing in three dimensions. The dual-die version of the MLX90395 provides redundancy for demanding scenarios, such as gear lever position sensing in automotive applications. The functionality of the MLX...
Green revolution in defence and off-highway transport
As the UK seeks to deliver a ‘greener’ future following the Government’s announcement in February to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2035, the University of Exeter and Supacat are helping to pave the way for a green revolution in defence and off-highway transport.
Rimac reveals new production line is accelerating
Rimac Automobili has revealed the next stage in the development of the C_Two all-electric hypercar; a new production line. Based at Rimac’s recently opened production facility in Veliko Trgovišće, Croatia, the line will accelerate the production of C_Two prototypes necessary for final validation and crash testing for worldwide homologation.
UV adhesives enable vibration-resistant connections
Specially formulated UV adhesives that protect welded joints on cell contacting systems and battery packs of electric cars from corrosion have been developed by Panacol.
Selecting the best off-highway electrification solution
In a free one-hour webinar to be hosted at 14.00 BST (09.00 EST / 15.00 CET) on 23rd June, Ricardo will present its approach to the selection optimal solutions for the electrification of the powertrains of off-highway vehicles and equipment.