RealWear launches hands-free, voice-controlled thermal camera

RealWear has launched its initial hands-free, voice-controlled thermal camera. Its module connects with RealWear Navigator Series headsets that includes radiometric FLIR Lepton and supports MSX technology. The technology enables frontline industrial professionals to conduct inspections, enhance remote support sessions and avoid equipment downtime using simple voice commands.

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Infineon introduces new CMOS transceiver MMIC CTRX8181 for automotive radar

Munich, Germany. 3 November, 2022 – A high-performance and reliable radar module is the key to an improved automated driving assistance system and autonomous driving in the future. New features, such as advanced emergency braking systems (AEBs) that react to crossing motorcyclists, will demand higher performance and increased modules per car. Key drivers for this

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Synopsys unveils golden signoff ECO solution, delivering 10x productivity improvement

To boost productivity and enhance power, performance and area (PPA) of advanced electronic designs, Synopsys, Inc. has announced the golden signoff ECO solution that addresses lengthy engineering design closure times. The Synopsys PrimeClosure solution combines Synopsys’ engineering change order (ECO) signoff solutions, Synopsys PrimeECO and Synopsys Tweaker ECO, with innovations, delivering the fastest ECO closure times with high

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Infineon presents new automotive 750 V EDT2 IGBTs in a TO247PLUS package for discrete traction inverters

Munich, Germany. 3 March, 2022 – Infineon Technologies AG is launching the new EDT2 IGBTs in a TO247PLUS package. The devices are optimised for automotive discrete traction inverters and expand Infineon’s portfolio of discrete high-voltage devices for automotive applications. Due to their high quality, the IGBTs meet and exceed the industry standard AECQ101 for automotive components.

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Samsung begins production of comprehensive automotive memory solutions

Samsung Electronics, the provider of advanced memory technology, unveiled an extensive lineup of cutting-edge automotive memory solutions designed for next-generation autonomous electric vehicles.

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Imaging RADAR coming to automotive, says Strategy Analytics

Boston – The automotive RADAR market is expected to grow from 63 million sensors worth $3 billion (€2.66 billion) in 2020 to 274 million sensors worth $10 billion (€8.88 billion) by 2028, according to Strategy Analytics.

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IAR Systems enables next generation automotive applications with NXP’s S32K3 MCU family

IAR Systems, the provider of software tools and services for embedded development, presented the latest addition to its extensive list of microcontrollers (MCUs) supported by IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm.

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Infineon launches SLS37 V2X hardware security module to safeguard V2X communication

With trends such as electrification, autonomous driving and connected cars, the number of communication interfaces in vehicles is growing whether wired or wireless. However, this development entails new challenges because the numerous communication channels create new attack surfaces increasing the vulnerability of the systems.

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New EasyPACK 2B EDT2 power module for traction inverters up to 50 kW

Infineon Technologies AG introduces the automotive qualified EasyPACK 2B EDT2, a flexible and scalable half-bridge power module. Depending on inverter conditions, this 750 V device can reach a maximum power of up to 50 kW and 230 A . With its featured specs, the module is optimised for inverter applications in hybrid and electric vehicles.

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Renesas launches ‘accurate, cost-effective’ pressure sensing for automotive applications

Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, introduced the RAA2S425x Family of ICs for automotive pressure sensing systems.

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TAE Technologies commercialises power management tech for EVs

TAE Technologies, the private fusion energy company, has announced the formation of a new division dedicated to power management. TAE Power Management’s groundbreaking technologies will enable the next generation of electric vehicles (EVs) and accelerate the uptake of electrified energy and storage systems.

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Intel CEO predicts chips will be more than 20% of premium vehicles’ Bill of Materials by 2030

During his first in-person keynote since taking the helm of Intel in February, CEO, Pat Gelsinger predicted that semiconductors will account for more than 20% of the total premium vehicle bill of materials (BOM) by 2030. That represents an unprecedented 5x growth rate over 2019’s 4% figure.

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onsemi: New brand and promise of sustainable future

ON Semiconductor revealed its new trade name “onsemi” and refreshed brand as a next step in the company’s evolution to establish itself as the provider of intelligent power and sensing technologies.

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HERE marketplace includes PlaceIQ data used by marketers to deliver custom services

As carmakers utilise connectivity to deliver personalised services to customers throughout their journeys, the HERE Marketplace now offers the auto industry seamless access to PlaceIQ location data solutions.

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The rise of servitisation for manufacturers

Engineering giant Rolls Royce pioneered servitisation in 1962 with its Power-by-the-Hour approach to jet engine maintenance management. The service, which allows operators to purchase the power used rather than a complete engine, celebrated its 55th year in 2017 and has proven extremely popular in the aerospace market.

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In-vehicle commerce opportunities drive total connected cars to exceed 775 mn by 2023

A new report from Juniper Research has revealed that 775 million consumer vehicles will be connected via telematics or by in-vehicle apps by 2023, rising from 330 million vehicles in 2018. This is an average annual growth of 18.7% over the next 5 years.

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