Cars and Mobility
Two auto OEMs unveiled new electric car models this week. The Audi Q8 e-tron she has 40 driver assistance systems including five radar sensors, five cameras and 12 ultrasonic sensors, and come with either an 89 kWh or 106 kWh battery pack. Arrives in the United States in April 2023 Volvo EX90 it contains Lidar and 5G connectivity as standard and devices to enable bi-directional charging. Deliveries are expected to begin in early 2024.
Lidar Companies veloden And the Oster announce A merger, expected to be completed in the first half of 2023. The companies said the deal will allow for cost savings of $75 million within nine months after the deal closes as a result of “operating expense synergies.” The combined cash balance for the third quarter of both companies is approximately $355 million.
Infineon cooperated with Ray for cars On the Ree Modular Electric Vehicle platform. The product uses up to 11 Infineon microcontrollers, as well as Infineon MOSFETs, power supplies, magnetic sensors, and other Infineon components. “Innovative and modular electric platform designs add new options for both established and emerging players in the industry to further accelerate electric mobility,” said Peter Schaefer, Head of Automotive Division, Infineon.
A series of “strange” incidents related to self-driving cars reveal the challenges of overcoming loopholes and consumer reluctance. Read more over here.
Congress report have found The country’s healthcare sector is “uniquely vulnerable” to cyberattacks. The report, released by the office of Senator Mark Warner, Democrat of Virginia, Speaker of the House of Representatives Senate Intelligence Committee, states that healthcare-related cyberattacks affected more than 45 million people last year. The report outlines several policies under consideration, including the storage of analogue medical devices and walkie-talkies for use by hospitals facing cyberattacks.
Shock working with PQShield on me Post-quantum encryption Validation of the side channel analysis.
kodacip Buyer CerberusUK-based Internet of Things security company. The deal provides Codasip with IP security, as well as expertise in security design.
Two papers provide interesting perspectives on hardware security fundamentals. In a spreadsheet to appear in ASP-DAC 2023and researchers Suggestion New applications of non-reproducible physical function (PUF) and true random number generators (TRNGs) on the RRAM beam structure. In another paper, researchers I was born Cryptographic keys using the security fundamentals of flash-based devices by exploiting the diversity of tunneling electrons in a floating gate.
Garmin a statement A new smartwatch with a battery that can run on solar energy for up to 70 days. Instinct Crossover works for about a month without solar charging.
an arm announce Many aspects of cooperation aimed at developing the Internet of Things. The company said the Arm cross-compiler and Arm Virtual Hardware have now been combined github actions, while COEXU And the Nota AI Integrated Arm Virtual Hardware in their own platforms. separately AdvertisingMediaTek arm said, the new The Dimensity 9200 SoC represents the first implementation of the full Arm TCS22 on the TSMC 4nm.
Samsung cooperated with Amazon To simplify hardware setup with a file interface matter. Matter is a standard way to set up and control devices in the home, initially, although there are ongoing discussions about moving the interface to other areas.
FlexlogixEmbedded IP kernel for FPGA is now available at TSMC‘s 7nm process.
14-17 November Supercomputing SC22Dallas, Texas
November 15-18, will be europeMunich, Germany (same site with Electronica)
November 21-22, Rhythm Live Europe 2022Munich, Germany
November 27 – December. 8, Materials Research Association meetingBoston, Massachusetts and virtual
November 29-30 Synopsys Memory Technology Symposiumvirtual
December 3 – December. 7, IEEE International Conference on Electronic Devices (IEDM)San Francisco, CA with on-demand ingredient
December 6 – December. 7, DVCon Europe 2022Munich, Germany
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Mary C. Baka
Mary C. Baka is technical editor at Semiconductor Engineering.