March 2015 Newsletter
WBG Semiconductors Nearly Ready for EVs and HEVs
With continued investments by the U.S. Department of Energy, the cost of wide bandgap semiconductors is coming down and should reach parity with silicon in approximately five years.
Telematics Market Competition Accelerates
With so many telematics players competing for a piece of the connected car market it is hard to predict who the winners and losers will be.
NXP Semiconductors, The Company Profile
Before the end of the year, NXP will have merged with Freescale to create the largest global automotive semiconductor supplier. The profile looks at NXP's three core automotive product sectors and what it considers its most promising future products.
Roundup of 2014: Autoliv, Bosch, Delphi, Visteon
A look at the year-end financial results of Autoliv, Bosch Mobility Solutions, Delphi and Visteon
BMW Hosts Hackathon in San Francisco
The event, held in January 2015, drew 250 app developers who created innovative safety and EV-related mobile applications using open platforms and BMW-supplied vehicle data.
Fully Automated Driving on Expressways
A major challenge to fully automated driving is the question of how to re-engage the driver when human control is required.
Ludwigsburg Conference on Auto Electronics June 23-24
Plan to attend the International Congress on Advances in Automotive Electronics. It's one of the best.
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