Ricardo Anguiano of Mentor Graphics describes a memory wall game demo built with the Nucleus RTOS and thirty six NXP FRDM-K64F boards and touchscreens, plus a Boundary Devices BD-SL-i.MX6 game controller which also runs the Nucleus RTOS. Phong Chau of Cepheid discusses their new GeneXpert Omni, a point of care molecular diagnostic system built with Mentor Embedded Linux. Also covered in the video is a Mentor Graphics industrial automation robot demo which runs both the safety-critical functionality and the HMI control running on the same SoC using hardware enforced separation with implications for safety certification feasibility and safety certification cost control. The video ends with a brief computer security discussion, how security doesn't lend itself to soundbites, and how the industry still makes the same security mistakes we were making since the 60s and how security applies to the Internet of Things and to the Automotive market.
Renesas Electronics Corporation is a Japanese semiconductor manufacturer headquartered in Tokyo. It has manufacturing, design and sales operations in around 20 countries. It is the world's largest auto semiconductor maker, one of the world's largest makers of semiconductor systems for mobile phones, the world's largest maker of microcontrollers, and the second largest maker of application processors. It also makes LCD drivers, RF ICs, mixed-signal integrated circuits and system on a chip semiconductors.
Charlie Miller is a Senior Security Engineer at Uber Advanced Technologies Center, here is his keynote at ARM Techcon 2016. For better and worse, automotive security is headline news and garnering tremendous widespread attention from media, consumers, manufactures, and hackers alike. The security of today's vehicles involves many moving parts, but while manufactures take a majority of the blame, multiple parties contribute to the security debt in today's vehicle ecosystem. This keynote takes a deep dive into automotive security, current attacks and vulnerabilities, and also looks toward the future and onset of autonomous vehicles. Hear candid calls to action and highly distinctive insight into vehicle security from this famed hacker's perspective.
Carlux produces engine jumpstarting equipment available in multiple sizes and capable of jumpstarting vehicles as large as cargo trucks. The low capacity white jumpstarter features a USB port sells for 21 USD for 300 pieces. The higher capacity yellow jumpstarter has a capacity of 24v and sells for 68 USD. Carlux also sells a Pokemon go ball 12 USD.
Add this $15 seat adapter to a $65 self-balancing scooter, and you've got a $80 electric car with about 20km range per charge and a quite high top speed. They say that it won't explode under you, and if you are a good driver you shouldn't end up under a car while using it. Beware though, it seems easy to accelerate to top-speed using this setup.
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CarDroid is a solution used to gather data in real time from a running car, and log this data onto the microSD card that can be mounted inside. Featuring 4GB of internal memory, microSIM card slot, GPS for positioning, two WiFi modules in case there is no WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth and a standard OBD-II port for connecting to the car’s diagnostic features, the CarDroid costs US$150 and is meant to track car location, detect theft and break-ins, in addition to displaying real time data such as speed. It uses an ARM Cortex-M3 CPU.
Saintway M7A is all-in-1 mobile data terminal for vehicles powered by Rockchip 3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9. It comes with 7’’ TFT LCD screen at 1024*600 reolustion and capactive multi-touch panel, with 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 3G WCDMA, Bluetooth 4.0, it also have a pigtail cable with multiple USB ,serial devices and other applications extersion like RJ45(POE), RS232, USB/OTG, LAN etc. M7A runs Android4.4 or Linux OS, compatible with -20~60degree operation temperature, used for indutrial and commercial system like taxi dispatch system, intelligent industrial control, retail interactive terminal.
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MOVEO is a light-weight, foldable electric scooter designed and made in Hungary. Its main features include:
- Foldability – easy to fold, carry and store
- Light weight: 45 kg – without battery: 38 kg
- 45 km/h max. speed, 50 km range
- Organic design, low consumption: 0,3 EUR/100 km
Amber One: light-weight range-extended electric super sports car
- 1150 kg total weight
- 308 HP
- 4 x 75 kW hub-motors, 4 x 1000 Nm
- 205 km/h max speed
- 0-100 km/h: 3,2 sec
- range: 100 km electric, 600 km extended
Filmed at the IDTechEx Electric Vehicles Europe 2016 Show
EV4 is designed by Aero-service in Poland, using low weight components highly durable aeronautical aluminum alloy, constructed like an airplane. The main frame of the vehicle is riveted just like in the case of airplanes to make it more durable and lightweight. The independent suspension uses an adaptive suspension system to adjust to the shape of the terrain at any given moment. Regardless of the surface type, terrain, angle of inclination of roads and travel, the EV4’s wheels uniformly and evenly touch the ground. Thanks to the electric drive as well as gear belts the noise emission is close to zero, which has a positive effect on the driving comfort. The vehicle’s low weight and the use of modern and efficient lithium ion batteries achieve a 100km driving range. Shocks are absorbed by two bicycle shock absorbers with adjustable hardness and damping. Hydraulic disc brakes on 4 wheels allow for very short braking distances, making the EV4 very safe. The EV4’s four wheels result in stability superior to that of single-track vehicles.
Aero-service's official video:
Drive: DC motors 800W/1000W
Driver: DC 1600 W/2100W
Gear: toothed belt
Li-ion battery: 36V 52AH/48V40AH
Brakes: hydraulic discs on 4 wheels
Mechanical tilting system
Cushioning system - 2 bicycle shock absorbers
Weight: 41 kg without battery
53 kg with battery
Speed: max: 40 km / h
Riveted aluminum frame
Welded aluminum wishbones
Saintway shows the cloud rear view mirror with DVR system, powered by Quad-core Rockchip/Intel SoFIA 3GR, runs Android 5.1, with WiFi, Bluetooth and SIM card slot, support intergraded 3G, GPS, FM features, With build-in dual-camera, support dual-channel video recording. It also supports voice control, customer can use many features hands free like make phone call, navigate, listen to music etc.