Engineering is making the car of the future possible by enabling electric vehicles, self-driving, telematics, cellular V2X, ADAS, DSRC, and more via innovations in power, embedded design, communications, and other technology areas.
Addressing an audience of engineers at a Mentor automotive conference, CEO Wally Rhines contends that just as designing, verifying, and releasing a computer chip to production is now an entirely virtual process, “virtualization will determine the...
Multi-phase digital power management ICs (PMICs) present unique testing challenges, especially in terms of understanding transient load response and load/current sharing/tracking. We will review new capabilities to overcome these challenges.
For many years, laptop batteries drove the standard in cell size, the 18650. Now, electric vehicles, e-bikes and power tools are driving cylindrical Li-ion designs, resulting in new opportunities and challenges.