Duo partner to help emergency vehicles arrive faster to save lives
Autotalks has teamed up with Applied Information, an Atlanta-based provider of intelligent transportation infrastructure solutions, to save lives on the roads of Georgia, Texas, and Hawaii. The two companies are carrying out the world’s first Dual-Mode /Dual- Active V2X deployment, in which Autotalks’ dual mode chipsets are installed in emergency vehicles and on roadside units such as traffic lights.
ADLINK and Tier IV join forces with AutoCore.ai
ADLINK and Tier IV, a self-driving software developer, are joining forces with AutoCore, to innovate self-driving middleware and applications to make autonomous cars and mobile robotics safer. The companies aim to deliver scalable and high performance middleware on heterogeneous computing platforms for autonomous mobility with a clear path for functional safety middleware.
Triple channel dash cam offers complete protection
Dash cam manufacturer, Zenfox has announced the launch of its ultimate triple channel dash cam, the Zenfox T3 3CH. Its three cameras allow drivers to record footage of the road ahead and at the rear but also within the vehicle itself making it well suited for taxi drivers, Uber drivers, for lift sharing and families.
Trio collaborate on OTA radar simulation
Realistic scenario emulation to test ADAS and AD components in a HIL system is gaining ground as an in-lab test method before drive tests.
Motorsport inspired tech to aid fast jet development
BAE Systems and Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) have joined forces to explore how battery management and cooling technologies from the motorsport industry could be exploited to deliver efficiency and performance gains in the design of future combat aircraft.
Stepping motor driver addresses automotive requirements
Toshiba Electronics has introduced the TB9120AFTG. This constant-current 2-phase bipolar stepping motor driver, which is designed for automotive use, can significantly streamline motor system implementations. It delivers a sine-wave output signal (with up to 1/32 incremental steps supported) while requiring only a simple clock input. The need for a sophisticated microcontroller unit (MCU) or dedicated software is thereby avoided.
EV and EVSE test solutions cut time to market
Keysight Technologies has expanded its Scienlab Charging Discovery System (CDS) portfolio with two new test and certification solutions for charging interfaces within an electric vehicle (EV) or electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).
A realistic view of the self-driving future
As recently as March 2020, AI analyst Emerj pointed out that despite the bullish public pronouncements of the auto industry CEOs it is 'still a long way off before <self-driving vehicles> become available to people at any legitimate scale'. By Ian Ferguson, Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Alliances, Lynx Software Technologies
Adapting to the new normal with tailored parking solutions
RingGo has seen several new parking solutions go live in the current climate to help get Britain on its feet again including more ways to use touch free payments and specific solutions for councils supporting key workers.
ROHM and Leadrive develop SiC-based automotive inverters
ROHM and Leadrive Technology (LEADRIVE), the Chinese leading manufacturer of automotive powertrain for new energy vehicles with headquarters in Shanghai, held an opening ceremony of their joint laboratory on SiC technology in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (Lingang New Area), after agreeing to partner to develop SiC-based automotive inverters.