Category: Cars

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CES 2021: Tata Baby Alarm System by Filo srl of Italy

Posted by Charbax – January 16, 2021

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Keynote: Battery as a Service, NIO, Battery Swap/Upgradability for cheaper EVs, Ganesh V. Iyer, CIO

Posted by Charbax – December 1, 2020

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TI Jacinto 7 new Advanced driver assistance systems processor DRA8 gateway TDA4 SoC ADAS platform

Posted by Charbax – November 4, 2020

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Automotive Grade Linux at Embedded World 2020, Open Source Software Infotainment, Instrument Cluster

Posted by Charbax – April 2, 2020

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is an open source project at the Linux Foundation bringing together 150+ members including 11 automakers to develop a shared software platform for all automotive applications including infotainment, instrument cluster, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and autonomous driving.

With Linux at its core, AGL is developing an open platform from the ground up that can serve as the de facto industry standard to enable rapid development of new features and technologies. Although initially focused on In-Vehicle-Infotainment (IVI), AGL is the only organization planning to address all software in the vehicle, including instrument cluster, heads up display, telematics, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving. The AGL platform is available to all, and anyone can participate in its development. Learn more: https://www.automotivelinux.org/
Automotive Grade Linux is a Collaborative Project at The Linux Foundation. Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects are independently funded software projects that harness the power of collaborative development to fuel innovation across industries and ecosystems. www.linuxfoundation.org

Filmed at Embedded World 2020, watch all my Embedded World 2020 videos in this playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvjgUpdNMBkGzEWU6YVxR8Ga

Holst Centre R&D institute printed and flexible electronics for automotive

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

Holst Centre is a R&D institute from the Netherlands focusing on printed and flexible electronics For this years IDTechEx we decided to focus on our activities for automotive. Next to integrating electronics in polycarbonate substrates (in mold structural electronics), we are also integrating electronics into glass First the circuits are printed on PET or PVB, then components are placed such as LED’s or chips before laminating the printed electronics into glass The challenge is processing on substrates with very low glass-transition temperature and lamination of relatively thick components without any distortions. The demonstrator we show here uses a transparent capacitive touch button to switch on the LED’s. This enables functional glass which can be used as user interface in public transport, in architectural applications and road user communication for cars Starting with printing electronics in 2D, we now also print in 3D. The machine we have partially developed in-house uses the principle of stereolithography, where a curable photopolymer is hardened layer-by-layer by applying UV light. Using modular illumination, the system can rapidly print large designs. Within the system we are able to place components such as near field chips and dispense lines. This enables small series production: from digital design and raw materials to a 3D electronics structure. The main benefits are being able to optimize the volume dimensions and the fact that the result is rugged. We work with this technology for applications in chip packaging, automotive and defense but we are also looking for other applications Large arrays of elastomer based pressure sensors on flexible substrates such as TPU enables unobtrusive monitoring of posture when laminated into chairs, beds, wheelchairs etc. These pressure sensors consist of a piezo resistive material with a suspended conductive membrane. When pressure is applied, a resistance is measured. The printing technology enables low cost sensing capability over a large area. The example demonstrated is a large pressure sensitive mat, but we also offer fully printed piezo-electric sensors to measure motion and temperature sensors. By integrating many different sensing modalities and measuring at many locations, a lot of data is available to optimize the signal for a specific application, such as a driver drowsiness monitor. Next to these examples Holst Centre works on flexible displays, smart clothing and many other exciting applications of printed electronics. We are happy to see at this IDTechEx event that Faurecia announces volume production of so called plastronics. For the success of the printed electronics industry it is important that all parties in the value chain collaborate to bring even more products to market using printed electronics technology. As Holst we are always looking for new partners to take on this challenge together.

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019

$259 iubest Scooter Luggage, 95Wh (airport compliant), fits overhead luggage compartment

Posted by Charbax – November 8, 2019

iubest Scooter Luggage ($259 at https://amzn.to/2PYMkHh) for Adult Carry on Suitcase Foldable Trolley Case Bags for Travel, Business and School Men 50 liter, 18 inches Time Saving and Convenient: iUbest scooter luggage suitcase can hold riders up to 331 lbs and suitable for adult, teens and children. Our scooter suitcase can save you time to school or travel in the most ease way. Roomy: Capacity 50L & 5 compartments. A great carry on to organize your travel entertainment. Enough space for you to take the stuff you need for your travel, business or school. Durable: Made of high-quality aluminum-magnesium alloy. The frame of this scooter luggage is strong and stable. Will bear all the slight rubs or damage in an accident.
★Multi-Function: Designed for travel, school, business and all the situations that use suitcase or bag. Makes traveling with iubest scooter luggage so much more enjoyable!
★Easy Folding: Just push one button to control the scooter fold up and down. Combined suitcase with a scooter. Our scooter luggage is a real head turner for your travel and school.

Having manufactured bags and suitcases for many years, our company has great feedback from our customers for our quality and great experience in the case of design.
We have designed such scooter luggage to make your journey and school full of fun this time.

Products details:
The frame: this is made of high-quality aluminum-magnesium alloy which will ensure that our case lasts long and durable.
Wheels: using the PU perfusion wheel will resist slight abrasion
Bag: it is made of polyester and will reach the ABS flame retardant degree
Brake pads: is stainless steel.
Our scooter luggage can hold up to 150KG/331 LB.
Bearing material: Carbon steel ABEC-5.

Specification:
Weight: 13.2 lb.
Product size: 25*11.8*14.4 inches
Handrail height: 10.4 inches
The base size: 18.5*3.9 inches

JDI 17.3″ 8K with Laser backlight, variable LTPS, Curved Automotive, Medical, Industrial, Consumer

Posted by Charbax – July 3, 2019

At SID Display Week 2019, JDI (Japan Display Inc), a Display technology joint venture by Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi, shows their displays for automotive, medical, industrial and consumer devices like the smartphone market. JDI makes automotive displays, including curved displays, ranging from 1.2" (336 x (RGB) x 168) to 12.3" (1920 x (RGB) x 720) using LTPS Technology. JDI makes medical displays ranging from 17" (1280 x (RGB) x 768 ) to 21.3" (2560 x (3-subpixel) x 2048). JDI displays are also in industrial products such as rugged handhelds. JDI makes displays for smartphone, wearables and tablet. JDI features applied products and prototypes of ultra-high resolution LCDs for VR (virtual reality), reflective LCDs utilizing JDI's core LTPS (low-temperature polysilicon) technology, transparent LCDs, industrial displays, organic EL displays, fingerprint sensors, and the award-winning LCDs for automobiles featuring two concave-curved TFT LCDs: a 15.0-inch 1920×1020 display with in-cell touch technology, and a 12.3-inch 1920×720 display. Both of the displays were released into mass production in 2018 for a top-tier automotive OEM for their dashboard application for which they won the display of the year award.

BOE 12.3″ Rollable Phone, 7.7″ Foldable Phone, 65″ BD LCD, Printed OLED, 8K VR, Automotive, mini-LED

Posted by Charbax – June 15, 2019

At SID Display Week 2019, BOE shows their latest 12.3" Rollable Phone, 7.7" Foldable Phone, many other flexible displays, UHD displays, micro-displays, other world-leading technologies and innovative applications such as their Smart driving experience brought by flexible display for the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) comprising a smart driver cabin and a spliced display screen of three units in three rows with only 0.99 mm bezels allowing visitors to experience a brand-new in-car display solution of the future. In addition to flexible display applications, BOE also displays the world-leading UHD display solution called the BD CELL UHD display which features an ultra-high static contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1, a bit depth of 12 bit, and a black field brightness of less than 0.003 nits, BOE also presents a host of 8K products, including 75" 8K 120Hz display, a 3.5" 8K VR display, and 0.39" 8K spliced VR display. Under the "8425 Strategy" (promote 8K, popularize 4K, replace 2K and make good use of 5G), BOE is now speeding up the application of 8K in many fields. Other leading-edge technologies and solutions that BOE shows at this show include the first ever HDR notebook featuring mini-LED, the 15.6" oxide display with an ultra-high refresh rate of 240Hz, the 55" inkjet-printed 4K OLED display, the 0.39" micro-OLED AR display that enjoys the world's largest pixel density of 5,644 PPI.

In the smart Automotive cabin, the information required for smart travel becomes part of the actual scene with the help of AR technology, the head-up display (HUD) can project useful information such as speed per hour and navigation onto the front windshield for the driver's reference. In addition, BOE replaces the conventional in-car LCD with flexible display. The 12.3" three-unit flexible display is backed by the OLED pixel compensation circuit technology developed by BOE, which can effectively improve the brightness uniformity of mid-sized OLED displays and provide better audiovisual experience for car users, BOE applies flexible AMOLED displays to transparent A-pillars, rearview mirrors to solve the problem of driver's blind spots in automotive design. The flexible display can perfectly match the shape of the A-pillar and show data with delay shorter than one millisecond. With the help of camera, the images blocked by the A-pillar can be shown on the flexible display, thus eliminating blind spots in the field of view. By applying flexible display, the rearview mirror can also be customized according to the interior shape of the car. BOE's smart cabin is equipped with a 6.39" flexible display as a built-in rearview mirror, which makes it safer to drive the car even on rainy and snowy days, BOE also exhibited some innovative applications of in-car display, such as center console solution that supports gesture-based interaction and V-shaped mini-LED for cars. BOE's high-end in-car display panels have been supplied to automakers in the United States, Germany, the UK, Japan and South Korea.

Cluster Imaging Automotive Depth Camera Mapping Technology

Posted by Charbax – April 28, 2019

Cluster Imaging makes all images better with superior depth map processing. Depth maps are a next-generation foundation technology enabling accurate image element isolation and visual space identification. Depth information will enable new frontiers in automotive and industrial markets.

Autonomous driving systems have to date relied on LIDAR- and RADARbased depth sensing. These technologies suffer from limited resolution, no integrated colour sensing, high costs, bulky specially-sourced hardware, and poor performance in rain.

Cluster Imaging’s depth camera modules produce full-colour video plus an embedded high-resolution depth map suitable for accurate image recognition. The modules are manufactured using standard, low-cost image sensors. They can be used standalone or as a complement to LIDAR/RADAR.

Learn more about Cluster Imaging: http://clusterimage.com/

Silent Sensors talk stretchable sensors and their future

Posted by Charbax – February 19, 2019

Marcus Taylor, CEO, Silent Sensors and Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx discuss sensor technology and its future applications, in particular, sensors for tyres, self-powered sensors, pressure sensors, capacitors, piezoelectric energy harvesting and the batteries used in these sensors.

Silent Sensors is an innovative IoT (Internet of Things) company with a focus on tyres and tyre management. We have a number of exciting opportunities covering holistic tyre lifecycle management, in particular, the development of RFID tagging, sensors and energy harvesting, all of which significantly reduce the total cost of operations of a fleet of vehicles, whether they be construction equipment, trucks, buses or cars.

Filmed at IDTechEx Show! USA
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