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12 Feb, 2014

John Day   According to ABI Research, technology that allows drivers and passengers to use wearable smart devices in cars is the latest trend in automotive. ABI estimates that wearable devices will interface with more than 90% of vehicles shipping globally in 2019, either directly or via smartphones. It’s a logical conclusion, according to VP and practice director, Dominique Bonte, considering the fast … Read More

Pebble Smartwatch, Nissan, appstore, ABI Research, iPhone app, Mercedes, Digital DriveStyle, in-car infotainment

20 Sep, 2013

John Day While doing research for a book on automotive electronics reliability I had the privilege of interviewing a couple of industry pioneers who told me about the first microprocessors in cars and how difficult it was back then to convince car company executives of the value of electronics technology. (If you’re interested, let me know and I’ll share more of that.) I was repeatedly reminded … Read More

Ford, IESF Detroit, Edison 2, The Hansen Report on Automotive Eelctronics, Triad Semiconductor, Mercedes, Progressive Insurance Automotive X-Prize

12 Jun, 2012

John Day   The big news at Telematics Update Detroit, if it were being held this week, might have been Apple’s aside that nine automakers plan to implement Siri in their vehicles within a year. Instead, since the conference was last week, the big news was Verizon’s acquisition of Hughes Telematics. Little has been said publicly about Apple’s Siri and “eyes free” telematics but we should hear more relatively … Read More

Toyota, TeleNav, Apple, Networkfleet, Audi, OnStar FMV, Siri, Telematics Update Detroit, Airbiquity, Land Rover, eyes free telematics, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, General Motors, Mercedes, Mobileye, Chrysler, Hughes Telematics, Honda, Jaguar, Tunein Radio, UIEvolution, Verizon

27 Jun, 2011

John Day

Speaking at Mentor Graphics IESF Detroit conference earlier this month, Paul Hansen, editor and publisher of The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics (http://www.hansenreport.com) addressed four topics that strongly influence what electrical distribution systems will look like in the coming years. They are the German initiative to develop a 48-volt bus architecture and 48-volt components, a German

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48-volt bus architecture, Mentor Graphics IESF Detroit, The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics, higher voltage power supplies, partial networking technology, Paul Hansen, body control modules, Volkswagen, Mentor Graphics Capital suite, Electrical Distribution Systems, stop/start syswtems, Mercedes, CAN transceiver, Porsche, mild hybrid vehicles, Audi, Delphi

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