Single-pair Ethernet (SPE) only requires two wires, so why use more? We take a look at where SPE is going and why it makes a difference.
Designed to work in heterogeneous environments, the eIQ Auto artificial-intelligence platform is built around NXP’s ASPICE-qualified inference engine.
Automotive and transportation OEMs seek innovative solutions in every system. To manage and deliver the power to these complex technologies, they need solutions beyond the main power distribution box.
Eight different projects were awarded a total of nearly $60 million in federal funding to test the safe integration of automated driving systems (ADS) on the U.S. roadways.
Jamie Smith, Director of Global Automotive Strategy at National Instruments, provides highlights from a panel discussion on autonomous-vehicle simulation.
Developers of self-driving vehicles ask NHTSA to rewrite various safety standards that were written when it was assumed humans would be behind the wheel.
Sponsored by Texas Instruments: As automotive radar becomes more sophisticated, new approaches are needed to handle the complexity. Two recent techniques zero in on this issue, and perhaps negate the need for LiDAR altogether.
The solution, which contains all essential V2X hardware and software components, is compatible with C-V2X—and DSRC.
Leveraging two cell chemistries, the module’s peak deployment power is 550 kW (20-second pulse), and peak regeneration power is 550 kW (10-second pulse).
The fifth season of Mouser Electronics’ Empowering Innovation Together program debuts with a new series titled Engineering Big Ideas, with host Grant Imahara.