27 novembre 2016

How ethernet will save the connected car

How ethernet will save the connected car Mobility is a given in today’s hyper-connected world. This is especially true in cars where, at least in the U.S. – the second largest automobile market – workers average 200 hours annually driving to and from work. In China, the largest automobile market globally, the comparable figure is roughly double that of the U.S. However, there’s a problem – the “digital backbone” in the connected car is struggling to keep up. And the automotive industry is looking to Ethernet to make that happen. ... [Lire la suite]

07 décembre 2015

Driven by IEEE Standards, Ethernet Hits the Road in 2016

Driven by IEEE Standards, Ethernet Hits the Road in 2016 Junko Yoshida   "This article is part of EDN and EE Times' Hot Technologies: Looking ahead to 2016 feature, where our editors examine some of the hot trends and technologies in 2015 that promise to shape technology news in 2016 and beyond. A new trend emerging in the automotive market in 2016 is the migration of Ethernet, a tried- and-true computer network technology, into connected cars. The proliferation of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features... [Lire la suite]
05 août 2014

The connected car, part : The Future Starts Now - Will Linux Drive It ?

Tomorrow's connected cars will go beyond infotainment apps provided by Microsoft, Google or Apple. They will combine cloud-based services that enhance automotive safety and driving convenience with a broad range of supplemental services. These connected cars will be shaking handles with all the appliances in the Internet of Things that car owners will be able to control from behind the wheel. Les voitures connectées de demain iront au-delà des applications d'infotainment fournis par Microsoft, Google ou Apple. Ils combiner des... [Lire la suite]
14 juin 2014

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: Future ECU TTTech use VxWorks

During the exhibition Telematics Detroit held on 4 and 5 June, Wind River announced a collaboration with the Austrian company TTTech to develop electronic control units (ECU) for automotive applications, especially suitable for areas aid to advanced (ADAS) and the autonomous vehicle. A l’occasion du salon Telematics Detroit qui s’est tenu les 4 et 5 juin, Wind River a dévoilé une collaboration avec la société autrichienne TTTech afin de développer des unités de commande électroniques (ECU) pour applications automobiles, plus... [Lire la suite]
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