Tag Archives | Autonomous Vehicle

Challenges to Fully Autonomous Cars

On September 19, 2016, the U.S. Government issued the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy, marking a significant milestone in the progress of autonomous vehicles. Although this is a guidance document and does not contain official regulations, it is the first federal involvement in the United States. The federal government recognizes that the automation of vehicles has […]

Read full text

Deep Learning and Low Power Vision Processing are the key to Autonomous Driving – Thoughts from the IS-Auto 2016 Conference

As we enter into the realm of fully autonomous vehicles over the next decade, automotive Tier-1s and OEMs are striving to solve many unique challenges.  Challenges being addressed range from government policy and public acceptance through to solving the key technological challenges that are critical to help deliver on the promise of full automobile autonomy.  […]

Read full text

“Moving autonomous driving into the fast lane”

There have been few technological movements in automotive that feel as revolutionary as the one we have in front of us today; Autonomous Driving. These days, it’s discussed far beyond the automotive industry – open any technology or lifestyle magazine on the newsstand and it’s pretty much guaranteed there will be an article discussing the […]

Read full text

The Benefits of a Software Approach to Multi-Constellation GNSS Chip Design

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) offers so much more than the widely-popular GPS technology and is one of the fastest growing technologies in the semiconductor market. It’s become a key building block in smartphones, where GNSS helps to identify the location and deliver mapping data and other services. The next frontier, which is beckoning, is […]

Read full text

FANCI Project – Taking Human Machine Interface to The Next Level in Automotive

The Automotive market is growing rapidly and evolving from “dumb” autos to smart electronic cars. Analysts estimate that by 2020, 120 million cars will be sold worldwide, and that China will be the major automotive market, responsible for nearly one third of annual new vehicle sales worldwide (34.7 million). North America will be the second […]

Read full text