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Posts tagged with 'Paul Hansen'

16 Dec, 2013

John Day Or else, what? Collaborate or Die – the topic of a panel session at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) sponsored by the GENIVI Alliance. The session, which is open to all CES attendees, begins at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 9, 2014 in the Las Vegas Convention Center (North Hall N258). Paul Hansen, founder and publisher of the Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics, will serve as panel moderator. … Read More

The Hansen Report on Automotive Eelctronics, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Ford Motor Company, Jaguar Land Rover, Paul Hansen, Genivi Alliance, Honda

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

23 Mar, 2010

Automotive bright spots at IESF

Posted by John Day

John Day One of the highlights for me at IESF for the past three years now has been Paul Hansen’s presentation. You may know that Paul is the editor and publisher of The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics (http://hansenreport.com), a highly respected newsletter. IESF attendees this year are receiving a free, three-month subscription. There has been a lot of negativity in the news lately, some of which … Read More

Hybrid Vehicles, Electronic Stability Control Brake Assist, Hyundai Mobis, Toyota, Aadaptive Front Lighting, Pedestrian Safety, Airbags, Tegra 2, The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics, ABS, Tire Pressure Monitoring, IESF, Driver Assistance Systems, Kia, Electric Vehicles, Nvidia, Back-up Cameras, Paul Hansen, CSM Worldwide

12 Feb, 2010

John Day One telling sign of the automotive electrical and electronics industry slowdown last year was a steep drop in marketing efforts by component, software and system suppliers. Companies that sponsored major events for customers and press or were otherwise highly visible two years ago had relatively little to say in 2009. That didn’t mean the companies were idle, of course; only that corporate belts needed … Read More

The Hansen Report on Automotive Eelctronics, Silicon Valley, Wrightspeed, Hyatt Dearborn, Ian Wright, Chrysler, Mentor Graphics, Paul Hansen, Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF), John Antilla

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