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The market for GaN packaged LEDs in automotive applications is forecast to reach the $1 billion mark this year for the first time, according to the latest research from the LED Intelligence
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Blog Post: The design value of haptics: usability, industrial design and branding / (TI E2E Community)
This is a guest post written by David Birnbaum, who’s the UX design manager at Immersion Corporation. The spotlight on haptic technology is intensifying as touch screens and touch surfaces without screens start to populate every day household items. Haptics was included in JWT’s list of 100 Things...
Electrical Systems (ES) engineers at the Toyota Technical Center in Saline, Michigan, spent months engaged in customer research in the course of designing the 2015 Toyota Avalon premium midsize sedan that launched this week. The research included clinics, focus groups, surveys, and visits to dealers. “A tremendous effort...
Where There's Smoke, There's fire in the Belly of an Aspiring Engineer / (Adam Sherer Blog)
Humans learn with their hands and, it turns out, electrical engineers are humans. Most of us fondly recall "experiments" we did that made electrical engineering our destiny. But what of the current generation? Have apps deadened the EE in the way video killed the radio star? I am happy to report that the answer,...
Collaboration, Concurrency, and Convergence: CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2012 / (Robert Dwyer's Blog)
I was out in San Jose last week for CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2012 -- our US user's group conference. I feel like we've been on a good run with this conference during the past few years. I'm seeing users return to present papers year after year. And each year we seem to have new users who are inspired to share...
Market adoption of vehicle tracking systems is growing fast, with the majority of commercial vehicles in North America and Europe already using the technology, and rapid growth occurring
Already working on behalf of custom automotive devices, verification tools based on formal methods are now helping put FPGAs in the driver’s seat—can mil/aero, transportation, power
The new reality for automotive software security is a complicated, but advanced static analysis can help. The proliferation of network-enabled vehicles is altering the definition
When IEEE ratified 802.15.4a it opened the way to highly accurate tracking using wireless technology for the automotive and other industries. Now, with a new breed of integrated Ultra
NOR-Flash memory brings ADAS the speed these driver assistance systems need to help keep us safe on the road—as drivers, passengers and pedestrians. An Advanced Driver Assistance
It wasn’t many years ago that an automotive vehicle was more mechanical than electrical. When the car broke down, anyone with some technical experience could elaborate on a quick
What makes USB 2.0 the universal battery charger—and what nuances make charging so efficient? USB 2.0 and 3.0 have evolved from a fast data connection for peripherals like external
Answers on a set of questions covering topics from automotive IVI to wearables to writing for multicore processors. Dinyar Dastoor, Vice President of Product Management, Wind
In October 2013, IDC forecast a whopping 212 billion “Things” on the Internet of Things — 30.1 billion of which are already installed and waiting to connect. These numbers point
From PCIe to HDMI to DDR3, good quality signal switches can route your data and simplify designs—if you know how to use them
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