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RFPro and Concurrent demo at JSAE Expo

RFPro and Concurrent demo adas development at JSAE Expo

Visitors at this week’s JSAE Expo in Yokohama, Japan, have been able to test adas technologies in a virtual environment with traffic in real time thanks to software from RFPro.

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TUfast racing car sponsored by Panasonic

Panasonic backs TU Munich in Formula Student

Panasonic is sponsoring the TUfast Racing Team from Technical University Munich (TU Munich) for the Formula SAE/Formula Student racing competition. The team uses Panasonic’s Pyrolytic oriented graphite sheet (PGS) and the Grid-Eye infra-red array thermal sensor.

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Ipetronik IPElog2 data logger

Ipetronik updates data logger for vehicle test applications

Ipetronik has updated its IPElog data logger for test applications in the automotive and commercial vehicle sector, especially for fleet management.

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Everlight 3030CLU-UY PC-amber LED

Everlight LEDs suit exterior automotive applications

Everlight Electronics has introduced four ceramic high reflective packaged, high-power automotive LEDs with a golden lead frame. The LEDs are white, PC-amber, red and super red, according to their preferred exterior applications.

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Vishay aluminium capacitors

Vishay extends voltage range for aluminium capacitors

Vishay Intertechnology has extended the voltage range for its automotive grade 146 CTI and 160 CLA series of surface-mount aluminium capacitors to 100 and 80V, respectively.

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Horiba Mira Tempest testing facility

Horiba Mira offers Tempest testing for military vehicles

Vehicle engineering company Horiba Mira is strengthening its cyber security capabilities by offering full vehicle Tempest testing as a result of its partnership with Secure Systems & Technologies (SST), a CPTAS accredited body.

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SPC58 MCU from ST Microelectronics

ST Microelectronics Power Architecture MCUs made on 40nm flash

ST Microelectronics has launched a family of automotive microcontrollers that it hopes will herald the advent of more secure and connected cars.

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Melexis MLX91804 tyre pressure monitoring IC

Melexis IC cuts TPMS size and reduces power consumption

Melexis has introduced its third generation IC for tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). The MLX91804 comes in a 14-pin DFN type lead-less package and is claimed to have a 60 per cent smaller footprint and draw three times lower sleep mode current than other TPMS ICs.

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One of the Gateway driverless vehicles

Registration opens for UK public driverless vehicle trials

Members of the public can register to take part in the UK’s first public driverless vehicle trials, due to take place later this year.

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