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  • Richard Dixon, PhD | December 12, 2017
    The automotive magnetic sensor market enjoyed a strong recovery in 2016 and into 2017. Gone were the currency dips and uncertainties of 2015, replaced by stronger demand for sensors.
  • Akhilesh Kona | September 20, 2017
    The current generation of automated functions—automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane keep assistance—rely largely on cameras, radars and ultrasonic sensors. Each of these devices is limited to different conditions, e.g. weather, object detection, distance, etc. As the complexity of automated driving functions proliferate through L3 to L5, OEMs need to produce more reliable and fail-operational platforms.
  • Luca De Ambroggi | March 22, 2017
    The development and recent changes that took place in infotainment electronics, together with the steep increase in the demand for ADAS and safety features, is demanding that OEMs re-think the electronic architecture of the car. The increasing complexity in the design of car’s electrical and electronic (E/E) systems makes engineers define common functionalities among various electronics systems and to cluster those, when possible, in a fewer number of control units. Although this rationalization is easily understandable on paper, the above statement hides several practical difficulties in the design of electronic control units (ECUs), and engineers often need to combine different requirements of performance, bandwidth, security, reliability and finally flexibility and cost in the different ECUs. Ethernet-based networks are expected to have an important role in this revolution.

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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Automotive Electronics & Semiconductors
    Akhilesh Kona covers the area of automotive semiconductor, with focus on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and body electronics. He is responsible for market research on sensors and semiconductor content including various technology trends in the field of ADAS.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Automotive Electronics & Semiconductors
    Luca De Ambroggi is responsible for all aspects of semiconductor research for telematics, infotainment, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and related automotive applications. He also supports sales and marketing as well as strategic business development endeavors in the growing European automotive segment.

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