Whether its waterproof switches or compact lightweight component's you can be sure all automotive components are subject to stringent tests and approvals.
They meet much higher standards in performance and within this hub you can find out more about what makes Automotive components the correct choice.
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You can build a reasonable semi-automatic systems with a wide angle Front Facing camera for detecting signals/signs, a wide angle Back Facing camera for detecting car lane changes, an inexpensive Front...
A very nice article out the many things that is needed for autodriving. I just wanted to mention snow on the road - how would one handle that. Where I live - in Denmark - we normally have at little snow....
Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) communication is the subject of a great deal of debate. Systems are being developed and the US government allocated the 5.9GHz band. The trouble...
Fascinating but how about something low tech for all vehicles on the road. A “Collision Avoidance System”, similar to the system used in aircraft and shipping but without the radar requirement. It could...
Read about my top 3 picks from Embedded World 2018, where the most impressive and thought-provoking displays were the ones focussed on autonomous vehicles and the technology being developed to enable and control them.
I’m at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Warwickshire, where the UK National Final of the Jaguar Land Rover In Schools Technology Challenge is currently taking place.
This article aims to give a brief overview of the considerations for the automotive sector and the surrounding community concerning the adoption of alternative forms of energy given the strain on and negative impact of current resources.
Phoenix Contact leads the way when it comes to high current power connectivity. In recent years new applications have emerged which require a new approach to power connectivity.
Designers need to look carefully for the best inter-connect solutions in today’s harness and wiring designs.
There are few industries both as diverse and complex as transportation and they all need a variety of switches and solutions in order to work properly. The switches, buttons and levers that power the vehicles simply need to work. Every single time.
There is growing interest in using semi-shielded power inductors in several automotive applications.
Digital cameras, microwave radar and light radar (Lidar) are being developed at a furious rate to meet the needs of ADAS and the autonomous road vehicle.
Emissions and Electric Vehicles Require Careful Connector Selection from the Right
To enable high-reliability EDRs in automotive vehicles, automotive manufacturers need low-pin-count, high-performance non-volatile memories to log user and sensor data continuously and to instantly capture system state data if power is lost.
The Bourns® Multifuse® family of Polymeric Positive Temperature Coefficient (PPTC) Resettable Fuses are used in a wide variety of circuit protection applications.