May 2013 Newsletter
Autonomous Braking for Pedestrians Coming to Europe
Revisions to Euro NCAP's five-star safety rating system provide an incentive for carmakers to equip vehicles with active safety systems that autonomously brake to avoid striking a pedestrian. A number of carmakers have targeted 2016 for introduction.
One-on-One with Mobis Vice President Kwi-Han Chae
Mr. Chae, who is responsible for the development of a wide range of Mobis' automotive electronics products, discusses topics such as which of Mobis' electronics products non-Korean carmakers find most appealing, and which are most promising in terms of future sales.
Johnson Controls, The Company Profile
Johnson Controls chose not to invest further to keep its automotive electronics business competitive; it's on the market. Anticipating increased demand for AGM batteries as start-stop systems proliferate, JCI is investing to build up global manufacturing capacity. JCI sees interest building for 48-volt systems.
Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering--Continuing Education Recommended
Todd Hubing, Michelin Professor of Vehicle Electronic Systems Integration at Clemson University, explains why the traditional design, build, test approach to automotive EMC is no longer sufficient.
FY 2013 Roundup: Strong Growth for Aisin Seiki and Denso
Year-end financial results for Japanese suppliers Aisin Seiki and Denso.
CogniVue's Image Processor Ready for Automotive Applications
Canadian startup CogniVue licensed its current and next-generation vision processing IP to Freescale.
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