2020-05-21 - Nitin Dahad

Distributed Networks: Q&A with NXP CTO

NXP CTO Lars Reger talks in depth about trust, privacy, security and managing risk in an era of ubiquitous smart…

2020-05-18 - STMicroelectronics

Meeting Functional-Safety Norms with STM32 and STM8

STMicroelectronics has released three functional-safety packages that simplify development of safety-critical industrial, medical, consumer and automotive products based on STM32…

2020-05-11 - STMicroelectronics

Integrated Universal Car-Lock Controller Boosts Safety

ST L99UDL01 automotive universal door-lock IC integrates 6 MOSFET half-bridge outputs and 2 half-bridge gate drivers with protection and diagnostic…

2020-05-07 - Junko Yoshida

BMW Unveils AV Safety Platform Architecture

BMW for the first time has shared its Autonomous Vehicle roadmap — spanning Level 1 to Level 3 and Level4/5…

2020-04-21 - Junko Yoshida

AV: Bringing Standards Together for Safety

Auto makers that prided themselves on their independence are finally coming to grips with the idea that AV safety is…

2020-03-11 - George Leopold

Inquiry Finds Fault With Boeing

A House probe of two Boeing 737 Max crashes concludes the aircraft manufacturer and regulators compromised safety.

2020-02-18 - George Leopold

Boeing: Critics Put Software Under the Spotlight

Scrutiny has shifted to the 737 MAX autopilot that enabled rapid software updates.

2020-02-07 - Colin Barnden

AV: Just Another Vanity Project?

The standard response from the AV tech industry to the question of “Why self-driving?” is to save lives. Really?

2020-02-05 - Junko Yoshida

When ADAS Goes People-Blind

AEB is fundamental to ADAS. But AEB adapted to pedestrians is “an order of magnitude harder than AEB,” an expert…

2020-01-03 - Junko Yoshida

Who’s at Fault When AVs Attack?

Accidents will happen, but agreed-upon standards could go a long way toward building regulator and consumer confidence in robocars.