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Venturi Formula E car

Hewlett-Packard provides technology for Venturi Formula E

The Monaco-based Venturi Formula E Team has announced Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) as the team’s official technology partner.

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Vasant Easwaran

Guest blog: The era of connected cars

Vasant Easwaran from Cyient Semiconductor explains why collaboration is key for the car of tomorrow

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Toshiba TCB702FNG four-channel linear power amplifier

Toshiba power amp suits car audio

Toshiba Electronics has launched a four-channel high-efficiency linear power amplifier for in-vehicle audio applications.

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Toyota Safety Sense can help detect cyclists

Toyota Safety Sense installations top ten million

More than ten million vehicles worldwide are using Toyota’s Safety Sense active safety technologies just three and a half years after their introduction in 2015.

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Battle of the dashboards: Volvo V60 Cross Country

Who will win the battle of the dashboards?

More than half of automotive companies believe they can win the battle for the dashboards against the tech giants all alone. And yet 46% still expect a more than 16% boost in revenues in the next two years from adding partner ecosystems.

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Etsi connected tractor on show this week

Etsi connected tractor warns other road users of its presence

Standards body Etsi exhibited its first tractor connected wirelessly to a car at its Sophia Antipolis headquarters this week. The tractor sends a warning to road vehicles using a communications protocol standardised by Etsi.

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Wind River helps TTTech Auto develop connected car software

Wind River provides VxWorks for TTTech autonomous driving software

Wind River’s VxWorks real-time operating system is powering the latest versions of MotionWise, TTTech Auto’s safety-software platform for autonomous driving applications.

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Renesas R-Car E3 SoC for high-end 3D graphics instrument clusters

Renesas scales SoCs for high-end instrument clusters

Renesas has extended the scalable range of its system-on-chip (SoC) devices with the R-Car E3 to realise high-end 3D graphics on 31.5cm 1920 by 720 pixel displays used for automotive instrument clusters.

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Infineon TLE9104SH four-channel low-side switch

Infineon switches help reduce emissions

Infineon Technologies has launched the latest member of its Flex multichannel low-side switches family that will help reduce fuel consumption and thus CO2 emissions in automotive powertrain applications.

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