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nick100x100

This 30-minute webinar examines a new magnetic position sensor that helps enable new designs and reduce design effort and cost by adding innovative features such as stray field immunity mode, input pin measurement capability, high-temperature operation, and improved robustness for harsh operating environments.
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brycej

The Automotive market is on the verge of a huge upheaval with major problems to solve, new entrants challenging the old order and huge processing requirements to enable autonomous driving. Key to this will be the acceleration of Neural Networks which will form the basis of Image Processing i.e. extracting useful information from the camera sensors.
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kobimarenko

The autonomous driving industry requires a sensor that performs at real time in all lighting and weather conditions. In addition, in a world where autonomous cars may drive one towards the other on highways at high speeds, the sensor must be able to “see” them coming from 300 meters away, track velocity, and detect distance.
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john4webinars

The race to autonomous vehicles is pushing autonomy and the adoption of complex heterogeneous systems, yet calling for ultimate reliability and scalability in automotive SoCs.Designing such SoCs with efficient communication between compute elements – CPU clusters, GPUs, accelerators for vision processing and storage - while achieving functional safety is a challenge. These complex communication...
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slawomir

Whether it is a safety feature or a fully autonomous vehicle, information about the distance to other vehicles on the road, unexpected road obstacles, or permanent structures near the road is of paramount importance. This webinar discusses methods of measuring distance with light (emphasizing Time of Flight LiDAR) that either are or have the potential to be employed by the industry.
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mattsholz

Manufacturers of test equipment for automotive head-up displays (HUDs) have partnered with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Committee to define standard measurement criteria to assess HUD quality. The new standard (SAE J1757-2 “Optical Metrology for Automotive HUD”) will outline optical measurement geometries and requirements for determining HUD performance using light measurement systems. Although no single system is specified, there are several differentiating features among SAE-compliant systems that greatly reduce HUD evaluation time, enabling automated production-level measurement, ensuring compliance, and limiting cost and time to market. In this webinar, Radiant Vision Systems’ automotive business leader Matt Scholz presents four key system features that offer the greatest technical advantages for SAE standard HUD measurement. Topics include: Upcoming SAE J1757-2 standard and requirements Key HUD measurement challenges Camera features that ensure the fastest measurement setup Software features that enable automated testing for production An audience Q&A with the presenter follows the presentation.
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danjKlinedinst

To view this on-demand webinar, please register/sign up and the recorded webinar will be available.It starts with the network. Chris Lupini, Cybersecurity Chief Engineer at Delphi, discusses the latest trends in designing electrical architecture purpose-built for cybersecurity. Topics addressed include secure ECU consolidation, merging wired and wireless interfaces, maximizing power and data flow...
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marejersak100

In-vehicle comfort and mobility services, in-vehicle infotainment, driver-to-car and car-to-infrastructure connectivity will be affecting the drivers experience significantly. On the road to autonomous vehicle, the drivers’ role is changing from driving to supervision. Key challenges of engineering are the flexibility of embedded systems to connect next-generation communication technologies, the balance between comfort and safe-driving software features and real-time software solutions. The webinar will provide answers to the following questions.
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frankbeuken

It is no secret that a car now contains more than one hundred million lines of code. Who can live without cruise control, speed assistance, rear cameras and all the other features that are now widely available? However, these features have a dramatic impact on the rising complexity of embedded software and provide functionality where driver and passenger safety must remain paramount. The car of the future will be even smarter; connected, with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), autonomous and even self-driving.
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