2017-01-16 - Junko Yoshida

Automakers scramble to clear robo-car roadblocks

What did really stand out this year at CES 2017's hot robo-car segment? The “human factor” is how we’d sum…

- Junko Yoshida

Driving Policy: The last piece of robo-car’s puzzle?

Deep learning may have been pitched as an answer to highly automated driving's problems, but it’s clear that deep learning…

- Junko Yoshida

Predictive vs reactive: Robo-car trends at CES 2017

What’s becoming more apparent is that—regardless of if or when Level 5 autonomous cars ever hit the road—AI is now…

- Junko Yoshida

What Driving Policy means for autonomous cars

Driving Policy is what teaches autonomous vehicles “human-like negotiation skills,” and it is critical for carmakers to nail this.

2017-01-10 - Infineon Technologies

High-side switch features on-resistance down to 1.0mΩ

Power Profet switches suit applications with high switching cycles and high energy requirements such as starter relays in “start-stop” systems.

2017-01-05 - Fred Molinari

Should technology be held responsible for car deaths?

Vehicles’ complex controls and texting cause drivers to get engaged and take their minds off the task at hand.

- Allegro MicroSystems

Sensor IC offers full diagnostics, SENT/PWM output

A key feature of the A1346 is its ability to produce a highly linear device output for nonlinear input magnetic…

2017-01-02 - Naima Rivas

Infotainment steers automotive competition

An infotainment system naturally carries a host of peripheral technologies to support its life in-vehicle.

2016-12-13 - Nanyang Technological University

NTU’s aerogel foam cuts insulation expenses in half

Nanyang Technological University has unveiled an aerogel foam that insulates better and blocks out 30% noise compared to other foams.

2016-11-24 - Vivek Nanda

SmCo magnet ditches rare earth elements

Toshiba has developed a samarium-cobalt magnet for industrial motors that is resistant to demagnetisation at high temperatures yet is free…