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2016-04-27
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Strong global automotive market growth has sparked optimism in Taiwan’s automotive electronics market. Suppliers and government planners predict considerable growth over the next few years, with many hoping to make OEM sales a solid portion of that expansion.
2016-04-19
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Engineering managers are exploring ways to consolidate hardware and improve software development while they adjust internal staffing and forge tighter alliances with customers and suppliers.
2016-04-18
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Nimble startups and giants Google and Apple are racing at high speed to gain a role in the comparatively slow-moving auto industry. Automotive companies must adapt to the rapid clock speeds of these outsiders or risk their businesses being hurt severely.
2016-04-17
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The eventual arrival of autonomous vehicles will transform interiors, but engineers making the changes will have to consider issues as diverse as motion sickness and legislative regulations written by a range of politicians.
2016-04-14
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200 million connected vehicles by 2020 will be a huge target. Even the HVAC system will have to be protected.
2016-04-14
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Manufacturing and service teams are discovering ways to use AR technology to handle complex systems like wire harnesses.
2016-04-13
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Genevi Alliance's new Remote Vehicle Interaction (RVI) software supports a range of communication protocols.
2016-04-13
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Though battery-powered vehicles haven’t yet met predicted sales levels, leading automakers are bullish about the future, saying that newer generation vehicles now provide features and prices that will attract buyers.
2016-03-30
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Smart phones are becoming an integral part of vehicle infotainment options, but this integration is putting a strain on the phone’s battery. Wireless charging is on the way, backed by new standards and charging technologies.
2016-03-19
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Vehicle OEMs have pledged to make automatic emergency braking standard by 2022, a move that is likely to alter electronic architectures and increase collaboration between module suppliers.
2016-03-16
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As telecoms firm up plans to upgrade from 4G to 5G cellular networks, automotive Tier 1s are beginning to incorporate this 5th-generation wireless technology into their plans to enhance safety and push towards autonomous driving.
2016-03-12
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Cloud service providers are playing an increasingly growing role in the drive to provide more features, functions and services. Companies are working on strategies that provide "cloud" access without compromising safety.
2016-03-01
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The growing role of electronics and software is altering the design process, requiring a greater focus on validation and verification, particularly to meet the stringent demands of off-highway environments.
2016-02-17
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As OEMs and Tier 1s expand their view of personal mobility, and its potential profit centers, they're rolling out battery-powered electric bikes that let drivers park cars in less congested areas and pedal the remaining distances.
2016-02-16
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Engineers are considering a range of electrical power storage devices, including ultracapacitors and even the venerable lead-acid battery, to handle the demands of new vehicle stop-start systems.
2016-01-08
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Most electric off-highway vehicles are relatively small vehicles that have small power requirements compared to some construction and agriculture behemoths. Hybrids fit more use cases.
2016-01-08
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Equipment buyers typically focus on factors like horsepower and lifting capability, but human-machine interfaces may be the most important factor for off-highway vehicle operators.
2016-01-06
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The tightening links between autos and consumer electronics were in evidence at the Consumer Electronics Show as several automakers and suppliers unveiled infotainment technologies. Connectivity and simplified app integration technologies were among the many transportation offerings at the monstrous show.
2016-01-03
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Commercials airlines are responding to customer demands by forging links with satellite providers that give flyers the same connection capabilities they have on the ground.
2015-12-16
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Connectivity opens vehicle systems to the dark side of the Internet, forcing automakers to quickly develop strategies to ensure that they don’t join the litany of corporations hit by hack attacks. SAE is nearing the release of the J3061 best practices document that will help OEMs create structured programs that provide protection that will remain effective throughout vehicle lifetimes.
2015-12-04
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Electronics and software complexity is ratcheting up as autonomy, connectivity, and increased comfort and convenience features move forward. Renesas Electronics America is responding with a platforms approach aimed at simplifying systems development efforts.
2015-11-11
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Traffic fatalities have declined significantly over the last several years, but the U.S. is on track to have its deadliest year since 2007, according to the National Safety Council. That’s shining the spotlight on crash testing, according to industry experts in a Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE.
2015-10-30
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The usual gadgets and an extended chase scenes give the Aston Martin DB10 a major role in Spectre, the latest James Bond movie. “We used things like rapid prototyping and laser scanning, and we went directly from CAD to finished parts. Many components were machined, cut from solids so we did not have to wait for the creation of molds,” said Marek Reichman, Chief Creative Officer at Aston Martin.
2015-10-21
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Advanced driver assistance systems are becoming increasingly complex as developers add capabilities and enhance sophistication. That’s prompted the three companies to team up and offer an ADAS solution that can serve as a development platform for autonomous driving.
2015-10-14
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Stop-start systems have seen success in Europe, but development teams focused on the U.S. market are still working to get the right combination of fuel efficiency and comfort. Smooth restarts and radio volume are among for biggest challenges for garnering desired customer satisfaction ratings.
2015-10-09
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Software’s becoming a greater factor in vehicle development, prompting a heightened focus on reducing the number of defects in code. Early planning, discipline, and continuous attention to detail are a few of the techniques that can help design teams eliminate defects.
2015-10-05
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Engineers should expect government regulators in the U.S. and Europe to more strictly enforce existing rules and tighten emission-testing protocols, close gaps between laboratory and real-world testing, and perform more spot checks that can catch abuse after new vehicle models are approved for sale.
2015-09-11
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Case IH has enhanced its electronic features and functions, adding ISOBUS Class 3 capabilities and beefing up its Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) communications technology.
2015-09-03
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It’s widely predicted that vehicle-to-vehicle communications technology will be required on all vehicles due to its significant role in improving safety. These transmissions are mainly for safety, but the wealth of real-time information will undoubtedly be useful for something else.
2015-09-03
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During the long development of vehicle-to-vehicle/-infrastructure, design teams have looked at many ways to cover costs. Some observers feel that advertising may be sent to vehicles to help offset some of the cost. That’s especially true for vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, which will require roadside beacons., and DSRC data sent to data-processing centers. Ads could help pay for these installations.
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