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Tesla Adopts Radar for Interior Monitoring

With the shift towards electric vehicles, end-users are becoming less concerned about traditional differentiators like engine horsepower and are placing greater emphasis on smart interior functions. This trend is compelling automotive OEMs to invest more efforts in enhancing interior features, thereby adding greater value to their products and distinguishing them from other vehicles. Driven by […]

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CES 2024 Showed that the Future of Cars will be Defined by AI

IDTechEx‘s new report, “Future Automotive Technologies 2024-2034: Applications, Megatrends, Forecasts“, highlights the biggest changes coming to cars over the next ten years. Electrification will change what powers cars, and automation will change how they are driven, but one of the biggest opportunities is connectivity and software definition, which will change how cars are monetized. This

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Tesla’s Relationship With Radar

Tesla started its full self-driving hardware with radar in 2016, it began the break-up with radar in 2021, and radar was removed from production entirely in 2021. But in 2023, Tesla released its Hardware 4.0 (HW4.0) update, and radar has re-entered the relationship, but for how long? The findings of IDTechEx‘s market research report, “Automotive

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Robotic Vehicles: Steering Towards a $1B Market Value

This market research report was originally published at the Yole Group’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of the Yole Group. What strategies will Baidu-Apollo, Cruise, Waymo, AutoX, and others adopt in response to this revolution? OUTLINE The robotic vehicle processor market is expected to reach US$1 billion in 2034, with an estimated

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Why Multi-camera Synchronization is a Key Feature in Cameras that Enable Autonomous Mobility

This blog post was originally published at e-con Systems’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of e-con Systems. In this blog, you’ll learn about the key role played by multi-camera synchronization, how it works, and examples of autonomous vehicles using this path-breaking technology. Embedded vision is a fundamental component of autonomous mobility systems,

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The US$1.6 Trillion Future of the Automotive Tech Opportunity

Autonomous driving, electric vehicles, connected and software-defined vehicles, and in-cabin monitoring are all megatrends reshaping the automotive industry. Together, these technologies combine to form a US$1.6 trillion opportunity by 2034, nearly a 10-fold increase compared to 2023. The new report from IDTechEx, “Future Automotive Technologies 2024-2034: Applications, Megatrends, Forecasts“, brings together a portfolio of IDTechEx’s

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Intel Drives ‘AI Everywhere’ into Automotive Market at CES

Intel announces agreement to acquire Silicon Mobility SAS for advanced EV energy management and new AI-enhanced family of software-defined vehicle SoCs. News Highlights Acquisition of Silicon Mobility SAS to bring AI efficiencies to electric vehicle (EV) energy management, subject to necessary approvals. New Intel AI-enhanced software-defined vehicle (SDV) SoCs will enable in-vehicle AI such as GenAI

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Ambarella Expands Autonomous Driving AI Domain Controller Family With Two New Members; Provides Broadest Software-Compatible AI Performance Range

With Addition of CV3-AD635 and CV3-AD655, SoC Family Addresses Full Range of Autonomous and ADAS Vehicle Systems SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 9, 2024 — Ambarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA), an edge AI semiconductor company, today announced during CES the latest additions to its CV3-AD family of automotive AI domain controllers—the CV3-AD635 and CV3-AD655 systems-on-chip (SoCs). The

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STRADVISION to Provide SVNet Utilizing the Next-Gen 3D Perception Network for Scalable ADAS Product Line Across All Levels of Autonomy Using Texas Instruments’ Automotive Processors

First use of next-gen 3D perception network for production targeting 4Q 2024 SVNet enables deep learning-based embedded perception algorithms for automotive developers using TI’s AM62A and TDA4 family of processors for Level 2, including the TDA4VH-Q1 processor for Level 2+ or higher ADAS and AD systems STRADVISION will host Texas Instruments’ SoC demos during CES®

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Synopsys at CES 2024: Driving the Future of Software-defined Vehicles

This blog post was originally published at Synopsys’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Synopsys. Streaming video. Voice-activated controls. A variety of apps. While these may sound like features in today’s smartphones, they can just as well be applicable to cars. Welcome to the era of software-defined vehicles (SDVs), where sophisticated software

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