Assistance System Relies on Camera Signals to Detect Aquaplaning Early

Continental’s solution detects road condition by sensing the grip between the tires and the road, and coupled with data from cameras, sends a warning to the driver.   By Christoph [...]

Low EMI/EMC Emission Switching Converter Eases ADAS Designs

It can be tough to find a power-conversion device that meets the broad voltage range in today’s automotive ADAS. A novel low-EMI buck converter simplifies that search.   By Tony Armstrong, [...]

DSRC vs. C-V2X Death Match

There’s a tug-of-war going on between which wireless technology should rule the ADAS roost—the established DRSC or the relatively new C-V2X.

How Will Radar Sensor Technology Shape Cars of the Future?

As millimeter-wave radar expands into the mid-range automotive market, developers are now looking at high-resolution radar for short-range and autonomous-car applications.

Dual-Camera-Capable SoC Steps Up ADAS Vision Systems

The R-Car V3H is Renesas latest automotive power house designed to meet automotive ISO 26262 standards.   By William Wong, Senior Technology Editor Image recognition using two cameras for [...]

ON Semi Introduces AEC-Q100 Image Sensors for Dash Cams

With its 1928 × 1088 active-pixel array, the CMOS sensor delivers both low-light and high-dynamic-range scene performance.   By Murray Slovick, Contributing Editor With insurance companies [...]

ADAS Applications Drive Advances in Image-Processing Architectures

The hype and overblown expectations continue. And the auto companies along with the many OEM and technology suppliers are collectively spending billions of dollars to create the first practical [...]

Dibotics, Renesas Join Forces on 3D SLAM

Dibotics brings its 3D SLAM technology and Renesas adds its R-CAR to deliver advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).   By William Wong, Technical Editor Autonomous, self-driving cars [...]

7 Factors Critical to the Success of Self-Driving Cars

The hype and overblown expectations continue. And the auto companies along with the many OEM and technology suppliers are collectively spending billions of dollars to create the first practical [...]

Hyundai’s Latest EVs Self-Drive from Seoul to the Winter Olympics

Hydrogen-powered cars make 118-mile journey at highway speeds, while navigating traffic and toll gates.   Murray Slovick, Contributing Editor Hyundai Motor Company has kicked it up a notch [...]

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