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The Alps Alpine sensors are designed for enhancing the safety of vehicles and can be used in vehicle power steering. To boost the adoption of electric vehicles and support the ongoing electrification of vehicles, Alps Alpine has released two new...
Microchip Technology Inc. has recently launched 32-bit MCU that provides features such as Functional Safety, Enhanced Capacitive Touch, and Secure Boot Option The new PIC32CM JH microcontroller includes advanced touch with a Driven shield plus that lacking in existing MCUs....
The EiceDRIVER APD 2ED2410-EM is a gate driver by Infineon that can be an ideal solution for upcoming 12V/24V automotive applications. Modern cars feature numerous advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Safety-critical ADAS applications must be designed for high availability, and...
STMicroelectronics introduces TSB582, a dual high-output amplifier that simplifies circuitry for driving industrial and automotive loads. Op-Amp are used to create a balance of voltage and current across the two ends of a device. But the problem in using them...
STS4xA from Sensirion is a series of digital automotive temperature sensor that comes in a DFN package. The series currently offers two versions: STS41A-AD1B and STS41A-AW1B. Both sensors feature an on-chip heater that enables the on-board diagnostics (OBD) and...
To increase the car-user convenience, STMicroelectronics has announced STSAFE-VJ100-CCC, a ready-to-use System-on-Chip (SoC) for Secure Car Access. The SoC combines a ST secure element based on certified ST33K-A secure IC and Java Card platform with G+D Digital Key. The...
Desay SV has announced the release of its first-generation Intelligent Computing Platform (ICP) named Aurora. Aurora is said to be the world's first mass-producible ICP in the automotive electronics industry. The product comes in a small package and can...
Infineon has announced a new addition to its CoolSic portfolio with 2 kV silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs along with a 2kV SiC diode for applications up to 1500 VDC. The 2 kV voltage class devices are designed to enable...
Infineon Technologies AG, has developed a security solution for automotive wireless charging: OPTIGA Trust Charge automotive complies with version 1.3 of the Wireless Power  Consortium (WPC) Qi standard, which requires strong cryptographic authentication  for wireless charging up to 15...
This will allow the company to develop and distribute its 60 GHz millimetre-wave technology for automotive applications and others With the receiving of construction design certification for 60GHz pulsed millimetre-wave sensors in compliance with Japan’s radio law, Alps Alpine can...
 
 

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