Oscilloscopes are standard instruments in electronics labs and part of the basic setup of anyone who develops, manufactures or repairs electronic equipment.
The transition from ADAS to autonomous driving has encouraged OEMs to partner with startups to develop hardware and software capabilities.
Autonomous vehicles are still considered a long way from primetime use, but there have been a lot of recent significant news announcements.
With the theme "Gearing Up for Growth: Electronics and Semiconductor Technologies Driving Industry Developments in Asia," EAC 2022 will focus on applications including IoT, wireless technologies, automotive electronics, and the supply chain.
Valens Semiconductor is collaborating with Intel to develop MIPI A-PHY-compliant automotive technologies for foundry customers.
L3 vehicles were expected to hit the road by the end of the last decade, and early L4 prototypes would be available this year. However, only limited rollouts of either have been announced so far. This article explores the reasons for the delay and envisions what is needed to achieve the objective.
Cybersecurity is becoming a fundamental concern for the development of autonomous vehicle (AV) systems, as attacks can have serious consequences and can put human lives at risk.
SDR-based testing systems can reconfigure their internal digital structure to test the RF behavior of the embedded firmware of AVs in face of new protocols, frequency allocations, and functionalities.
May Mobility's AV technology is unique and promising. Its real-time simulation of other road-user future actions looks like an excellent strategy for safe operation.