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"China Speeds Ahead, According to Roland Berger Study"
No country is moving as aggressively as China in developing electric vehicle and autonomous driving technology, according to the German consultancy Roland Berger. Appears in October 2018 newsletter. $65.00
"Egil Juliussen on Autonomous Vehicle Deployment"
Widely known and respected in the industry, Egil Juliussen directs automotive technology research for IHS Markit. Appears in July 2018 newsletter. $65.00
"Audi Supercharges Computer Development with Virtual Hardware"
Using technology from Synopsys, Audi is creating a virtual hardware environment of its next-generation cockpit computer. Appears in June 2018 newsletter. $65.00
"Carmakers Not Ready for Predictive Diagnostics"
Predictive diagnostics could save the auto industry billions of dollars in warranty claims, but carmakers don't see a business case yet. Autonomous vehicles will likely benefit from the technology. Appears in June 2018 newsletter. $65.00
"Ford Hasn't Ruled Out L3 AD"
Ford doesn't yet see a compelling business case for L3, but it is researching L3 technology. Appears in December 2017 newsletter. $65.00
"Nvidia Leading the Auto Industry into AI"
Multiple major carmakers have indicated they intend to base their future autonomous driving systems on Nvidia's DRIVE PX 2 AI technology. Appears in June 2017 newsletter. $65.00
"No Good Answers for Smartphone Distraction"
Traffic fatalities in the U.S. are on the rise. Solving the problem of smartphone distraction through legislation or technology is not likely any time soon. Appears in March 2017 newsletter. $65.00
"Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., The Company Profile"
World's number-one supplier of 24 GHz rear-facing radar, Hella's sales have been growing at more than 8% annually since 2012. The company is also a leading innovator in LED headlamp technology and sees that market continuing to rapidly expand. Appears in October 2016 newsletter. $65.00
"Bosch Mobility Solutions, The Company Profile"
Bosch Automotive Technology was renamed Mobility Solutions to emphasize its new focus on bringing cloud-supported services to the car. Appears in July 2016 newsletter. $65.00
"ZF Friedrichshafen, The Company Profile"
ZF considers the acquisition of TRW last year "its largest and most important in the company's history." TRW will be fully integrated as ZF's Active and Passive Safety Technology division. Appears in April 2016 newsletter. $65.00
"Lidar Sensors to Complement Radar and Camera"
Lidar technology is maturing and cost is coming down, but high volume application of solid-state lidar sensors is still a decade away. Appears in March 2016 newsletter. $65.00
"Citi GPS Report: Car of the Future v2.0"
Citi's new report evaluates how technology will shape tomorrow's cars. Appears in June 2015 newsletter. $65.00
"Pravala Networks: Seamless Connectivity via Best Available Network"
Start-up Pravala Networks' technology improves the reliability of embedded wireless connectivity in vehicles. Appears in October 2014 newsletter. $65.00
"Automotive NFC Applications Just Starting"
With more and more smartphones equipped with near field communications technology, some promising use cases for NFC in the car are finally taking shape. Appears in May 2014 newsletter. $65.00
"New Technology Rollouts Move Slowly"
A U.S. Department of Energy study concluded that it takes far longer than one might think for new technology to penetrate the light vehicle fleet. Appears in October 2013 newsletter. $65.00
"Roundup of 2012 Auto Electronics Supplier Sales"
A look at the year-end financial results of Autoliv, Bosch Automotive Technology, Delphi Automotive and Lear. Appears in February 2013 newsletter. $65.00
"Down-Market Migration of Advanced Features Well Underway"
Advanced driver assistance systems, fuel-saving technology and connectivity features are penetrating more mid-sized and smaller vehicles. Appears in September 2012 newsletter. $65.00
"Insights from PSA's Frederic Barrand"
PSA's vice president of EE systems shares his thoughts on what is needed from suppliers and where automotive electronics technology is headed. Appears in April 2012 newsletter. $65.00
"Wireless Connectivity Update with Laird Technologies"
As a specialist in antenna design, Laird Technologies is ideally positioned to know what's coming next in wireless connectivity. Dr. Ayman Duzdar explains why carmakers can no longer treat antennas as an afterthought and guides us through what is new in antenna technology and packaging. Appears in March 2012 newsletter. $65.00
"CEA on U.S. Infotainment and Security Market"
The aftermarket isn't the driver of innovation it once was. Carmakers are more in tune with technology trends. Appears in October 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"Freescale Semiconductor, The Company Profile"
Recently IPO'd and still highly leveraged, Freescale is focusing its investments in automotive and networking technology. In automotive, ADAS, infotainment, motor control and communications networks hold the greatest promise for future sales. Appears in September 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"Auto Industry Steps Toward Autonomous Driving"
The industry has already developed much of the technology required to implement fully autonomous vehicles, but getting them on the road will be a step-by-step process. Platooning capability could come in as little as five years. Appears in July 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"Roundup: Aisin, Bosch, Denso"
Year-end financial results for Bosch Automotive Technology, Aisin and Denso. Bosch's 2010 sales were up 29% over the prior year. Appears in June 2011 newsletter. $65.00
"Renesas Electronics, The Company Profile"
The merger of Renesas Technology and NEC Electronics in April 2010 created the world's third largest semiconductor supplier. The new company's automotive focus will be on green technology, safety and cockpit electronics. Appears in October 2010 newsletter. $65.00
"Semiconductor Technology Update: SOI and 3D Chips"
3D devices--stacked, interconnected die--with their space and power saving benefits could see auotmotive applications in four or five years. Silicon on insulator technology will help extend their temperature range. Appears in October 2010 newsletter. $65.00
"2009 Roundup: Bosch and Denso"
A look at the year end financial results of two of the industry's top players, Bosch Automotive Technology and Toyota supplier Denso. Appears in May 2010 newsletter. $65.00
"LEDs Will Dominate All Automotive Lighting?Eventually"
In five years, LEDs will be the most energy efficient light source and a perfect fit for hybrids and electric vehicles. High prices, not technology, will limit LED headlamp applications for many more years. Appears in July 2009 newsletter. $65.00
"Detroit Startup ElectroJet Could Soon Take Off"
A small Michigan company with electronic fuel injection technology, ElectroJet is on the verge of booking big orders with Chinese and Indian motorcycle manufacturers. Appears in December 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"Japanese Automotive Electronics Conference, July 2009"
The second annual Automotive Technology International conference takes place in Yokohama from July 15 to July 17. Check with Nikkei Business Publications for more information. Appears in December 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"Is SMSC's Grip on MOST Technology Restraining the Market?"
Suppliers and carmakers think more access to SMSC's proprietary MOST technology would lower the cost of MOST and increase market acceptance. Some are looking at Ethernet as a possible alternative to MOST. Appears in November 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"Japan's Auto Consumer Electronics Shipments, 2007"
Data from the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association shows the growth or decline in shipped units of car navigation, TV, DVD players and CD players. Appears in June 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"2007 Roundup of Automotive Electronics Suppliers"
Year-end financial results for Autoliv, Bosch Automotive Technology, Gentex, JCI and Lear Appears in February 2008 newsletter. $65.00
"Dr. Peter Rieth on What's Next after ESC"
Peter Rieth, Continental's senior VP systems and technology, believes active steering and eventually radar-controlled four-wheel steering will be instrumental in collision avoidance. Appears in December 2007 newsletter. $65.00
"Nuance Communications, The Company Profile"
Speech recognition technology is finally mature enough for automotive applications. Nuance Communications' speech software, capable of voice destination entry, is rolling out in both embedded and portable navigation devices. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
"Thermoelectric Devices Promise Energy Savings"
First used in heated and cooled seats, thermoelectric technology could be used to convert wasted exhaust heat to electrical energy. Appears in September 2007 newsletter. $65.00
"GM's Helfrich on Powertrain Controls"
General Motors' director of worldwide powertrain software engineering explained what's next in engine controls, notably homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI). Appears in April 2007 newsletter. $65.00
"J.D. Power and Associates Survey New Car Feature Interest"
J.D. Power's Emerging Technology Survey results for the U.S., Europe and Japan. Appears in October 2006 newsletter. $65.00
"IEE, The Company Profile"
IEE (International Electronics & Engineering) of Luxembourg applies its force sensing resistor technology to advanced airbag systems. Appears in October 2005 newsletter. $65.00
"Yamar DC Power-Line Bus Gains Momentum"
Yamar's multiplexing technology uses the vehicle power line to send data communications between electronics components Appears in September 2005 newsletter. $65.00
"Renesas Technology, The Company Profile"
Renesas Technology, a joint venture of Hitachi and Mitsubishi Electric, is now the fourth largest automotive semiconductor supplier in the world. Navigation is Renesas' hottest auto application. Appears in July 2004 newsletter. $65.00
"Denso, The Company Profile (6/04)"
Denso is looking for future growth outside Japan, with new technology in diesel common rail, CO2 air conditioning and navigation. Toyota remains Denso's largest customer. Appears in June 2004 newsletter. $65.00
"iBiquity Digital, The Company Profile"
iBiquity's HD Radio, based on the company's proprietary IBOC technology is the only FCC approved digital broadcasting option in the U.S. Carmakers will start factory installation of digital radios in 2005. Appears in May 2003 newsletter. $65.00
"Video Vision Systems by End of the Decade"
CMOS video camera technology will first be applied to lane departure warning systems. Appears in September 2002 newsletter. $65.00
"2001 Roundup of European Automotive Electronics"
Fiscal year 2001 results for Bosch Automotive Technology Sector, Continental Automotive Systems, Magneti Marelli, Siemens VDO and Valeo. Appears in May 2002 newsletter. $65.00
"AHSRA Researches Smart Cruise Systems"
Japanese research organization is developing safety technology aimed at reducing accidents caused by driver error. Appears in November 2001 newsletter. $65.00
"Autoliv, The Company Profile 7/01"
Autoliv had nearly 30% of the global market for safety restraint systems in 2000. The company sees future growth from technology innovations, consumer demand and government regulations. Appears in July 2001 newsletter. $65.00
"Speech Recognition Leaders Go Topsy-Turvy"
Progress in speech technology continues; Visteon is emerging as a leading contender. Appears in May 2001 newsletter. $65.00
"Carmakers Unable to Deliver Full Potential of Auto Electronics"
Publisher Paul Hansen responds to the theme of Convergence 2000: Automotive Electronics, Delivering Technology's Promise. Appears in October 2000 newsletter. $65.00


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