Semiconductor Testing Unlocks Increasing Levels of ADAS
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
22h ago
Advanced test strategies are in the driver’s seat as vehicle systems become more complex Today’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) require unprecedented computing power – tasked with processing an incredible amount of data from sensors in real-time, making split-second decisions, and ensuring the safety and comfort of passengers. The challenge is fluid and, as vehicles ascend from one level of autonomous driving to the next, computational demands will rise exponentially. The automotive industry is tackling these challenges head-on, shifting to more sophisticated and power-intensive com ..read more
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Electrification and ADAS: Fuelling a $14.3 Billion Sensor Market by 2029
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by Rashi Bajpai
1w ago
Sensors: The Key Driver of Automotive Innovation Since the 20th-century introduction of semiconductors in automobiles, sensing technologies have steadily expanded. Initially aimed at enhancing powertrain efficiency, sensors like ABS, ESC, and airbags have become indispensable due to increasing safety priorities. Technological advancements have transitioned these innovations from luxury vehicles to mid-range and budget models, creating a multi-billion-unit industry. In 2023, 6.5 billion automotive sensors were shipped globally, generating $9.3 billion in revenue. With a 7% revenue CAGR from 202 ..read more
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A comprehensive approach to automotive safety
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
1w ago
COURTESY: u-blox LOOKING CLOSER AT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY, SOTIF, AND POSITION INTEGRITY Conversations about autonomous driving are ubiquitous nowadays, inundating our news. Companies such as Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Mobileye lead the charge in software autonomous innovation. Their narrative suggests that with ongoing improvements, we will soon witness the widespread deployment of autonomous vehicles; in fact, OEMs such as Mercedes have recently deployed the first Level 3 semi-autonomous fleet. In addition, autonomous driving services have already landed on the streets of cities like Las Vegas, San Fr ..read more
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Renesas’ R-Car Open Access Platform Accelerates Software-Defined Vehicle Development With Market-Ready Software
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
3w ago
RoX SDV Platform Combines Hardware, Out-of-Box Software and Cloud-Native AI Development Environment for ADAS, IVI and Gateway Systems Renesas Electronics Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, today launched R-Car Open Access (RoX), a development platform for software-defined vehicles (SDVs) that integrates all essential hardware, operating systems (OS), software and tools needed for automotive developers to rapidly develop next-generation vehicles with secure and continuous software updates. Designed for the Renesas R-Car family of system on chips (SoCs) and micr ..read more
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Revolutionizing Industrial 3D Printing with ALTRA 280 and IPSO 105: High-Temperature Game-Changers
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by Rashi Bajpai
1M ago
BigRep, a prominent player in the field of additive manufacturing, has developed two cutting-edge 3D printers designed specifically for industrial applications. The ALTRA 280 and IPSO 105, engineered to deliver speed, reliability, precision, and automation, mark a significant advancement in the realm of high-temperature 3D printing. The ALTRA 280 and IPSO 105 represent BigRep’s commitment to meeting the evolving needs of industries such as aerospace, defence, and automotive. These printers are equipped to handle a wide range of materials, from standard polymers to high-performance ones, making ..read more
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High-Speed Transceivers for Software-Defined Vehicles
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by Rashi Bajpai
1M ago
Vehicle Network Technology Advancements A startup specializing in Ethernet-based vehicle network technology is leveraging a 7nm fabrication process to produce advanced chips aimed at meeting the high bandwidth demands of software-defined vehicles (SDVs). These vehicles require significantly more data bandwidth due to features such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), autonomous driving, and over-the-air software updates. Ethernet-Based Transceivers The startup has developed Ethernet-based transceivers, designated ENT11100 and ENT11025, capable of supporting multiple data rates (10 Gbp ..read more
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Automotive DC motor pre-driver from STMicroelectronics simplifies EMI optimization and saves power
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
2M ago
Target applications include electric sunroof, window lift, sliding doors, and power-trunk lift gate The L99H92 automotive gate driver from STMicroelectronics provides an SPI port for programming and diagnostics, a charge pump, protective features, and two additional current-sense amplifiers for system monitoring. Containing two high-side and two low-side drivers, the L99H92 can control a single H-bridge powering one bidirectional DC motor or two half bridges for two unidirectional motors. Typical applications for the highly integrated and easily configurable driver include electric sunroo ..read more
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Microchip Acquires ADAS and Digital Cockpit Connectivity Pioneer VSI Co. Ltd. to Extend Automotive Networking Market Leadership
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
3M ago
Acquisition adds ASA Motion Link technology to Microchip’s broad Ethernet and PCIe automotive networking portfolio to enable next-generation software-defined vehicles Microchip Technology Inc. has announced the completed acquisition of Seoul, Korea-based VSI Co. Ltd., an industry pioneer in providing high-speed, asymmetric, camera, sensor and display connectivity technologies and products based on the Automotive SerDes Alliance (ASA) open standard for in-vehicle networking (IVN). The terms of the transaction are not disclosed. The market size of automotive radar, camera and LiDAR modules is ex ..read more
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Balancing Currents for Optimal Performance in Automotive Smart Drivers
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
3M ago
Author: Giusy Gambino, Marcello Vecchio, and Filippo Scrimizzi from STMicroelectronics, Catania, Italy When developing distributed intelligence for smart power switches in automotive power management systems, it is crucial to ensure that the protection mechanisms are truly intelligent. This is especially critical in scenarios involving multi-channel drivers as even minor asymmetries or unexpected load conditions can impact protection effectiveness. In automotive environments, smart drivers play a crucial role in managing and distributing power from the car’s battery to various components like ..read more
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Infineon expands its leading market position in automotive semiconductors – World market leader in automotive MCUs for the first time
ELE Times » Automotive Electronics
by ELE Times Report
3M ago
Infineon Technologies AG continued to expand its leading market position in automotive semiconductors in 2023. According to the latest research by TechInsights[1], the global automotive semiconductor market grew by 16.5 per cent in 2023, reaching a new record size of US$69.2 billion. Infineon’s overall market share increased by one percentage point, from nearly 13 per cent in 2022 to about 14 per cent in 2023, solidifying the company’s position as the global leader in the automotive semiconductor market. Infineon’s semiconductors are essential in serving all automotive key applications like dr ..read more
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