Automotive

Electronics is becoming increasingly important to the automotive sector, enabling the systems which we all expect to find in the latest cars. But those involved in the the sector, as well as those looking to enter the automotive supply chain, need to keep up to date.

New Electronics covers developments in the automotive sector, bringing technology updates and opinion from the market.

Fancy a ride?

The days of two buses coming along at once could be over, at least in London. By Vanessa Knivett.

A helping hand

Technology is assisting drivers, but don’t expect to see a car that drives itself in a showroom near you any time soon. By Graham Pitcher.

A helping hand

Technology is assisting drivers, but don’t expect to see a car that drives itself in a showroom near you any time soon. By Graham Pitcher.

Kernel mustard

New generation real time operating systems for high end automotive applications. By David Kalinsky.

Network on wheels

Layered protocols are proving key to achieving seamless integration of automotive in-vehicle networks. By Abdul Aleaf.

Red hot potential

Silicon carbide may bring sensing closer to the action, but it raises data handling problems. By Paul Dempsey.

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