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Allegro Microsystems Hall-effect switch

Allegro package option for Hall-effect switches

Allegro Microsystems has announced a package option for its A119x and A119x-F (A1190, A1192 and A1193) family of two-wire, unipolar, Hall-effect switches, which can be trimmed by the user at end-of-line to optimise magnetic switch-point accuracy in the application.

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Delegates at the NXP FTF Connects event in Detroit

NXP makes triple launch at Detroit forum

At this week’s NXP Future Technology Forum Connects in Detroit, the Dutch company launched three products targeting the automotive market – the first members of its latest i.MX series of applications processors, the NJJ29C0 low frequency transceiver and an expansion of its automotive motor contro

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Filld provides a mobile petrol service for Bentley drivers

Filld lets Bentley cars order their own petrol

Bentley cars in the USA can order petrol themselves whenever the tank is low, thanks to a mobile app from Filld.

Filld and Bentley are testing the service using select Bentley cars throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and plan soon to expand the offering.

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Bosch and Safelite have adas recalibration tools for windscreens

Bosch and Safelite solve adas windscreen camera recalibration problem

US firm Safelite Autoglass is working with Bosch to bring in recalibration tools for adas cameras embedded in windshields. This will let the cameras be reset easily if the windscreen needs replacing.

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Knorr-Bremse demonstrates autonomous manoeuvring

Knorr-Bremse demonstrates autonomous manoeuvring at IAA

Knorr-Bremse has built an autonomous semitrailer rig that can drive itself to the loading bay and back across the yard with no driver in the cab.

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Linear Technology’s LTC3871 bidirectional buck or boost DC-DC controller

Linear Technology bidirectional synchronous buck or boost controller increases available power

Linear Technology has introduced a 100V and 30V bidirectional two-phase synchronous buck or boost controller for 48 and 12V automotive dual battery systems.

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Heart-rate based driver alertness monitoring system integrates Epic sensing technology from Plessey into the driving seat

Plessey and Segula embed heart-rate monitor in car seat at Paris Motor Show

Plessey and Segula Technologies are exhibiting a heart-rate based driver alertness monitoring system at this year’s Paris Motor Show.

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Jaguar Land Rover used children to camouflage the Discovery ahead of its launch

Paris Motor Show 2016 Preview – Mondial de l’Automobile

Ian Fletcher, principal analyst with IHS, highlight some of the expectations for this year’s Paris Motor Show

In the run-up to the Paris Motor Show, which opens its doors later this week, several car makers are still holding back details of forthcoming reveals.

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Panasonic AMTS tablet

Automechanika: Panasonic launches rugged tablet for automotive testing

Panasonic launched its next generation in-line tester for the automotive industry at this week’s Automechanika in Frankfurt, Germany.

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