Connected services provider WirelessCar supports Audi in China with call center solutions enabling location-based services, infotainment and information features.
Wireless power specialist WiTricity announced an intellectual property license agreement with Toyota.
Toyota will offer wireless charging power capture devices on their future rechargeable hybrid electric and battery electric vehicles. Compatible wireless charging sources will be manufactured by third party charging system suppliers, under license from WiTricity.
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas, is now serving as a Connected Vehicle Affiliated Test Bed recognized by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA).
In the race to develop reliable and cost-effective advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), designers are presented with challenges to integrate functionality, develop scalable platforms and design systems that are robust enough to work in various operating conditions.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. and DATANG TELECOM TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD announced the establishment of a joint venture (JV), the first true automotive semiconductor company in China.
Advantest Corporation has installed its T2000 Integrated Power Device Test Solution (IPS) at Toyota Motor Corporation for evaluating and mass-producing integrated power ICs used in next-generation hybrid cars.
Connected vehicle systems software developer Cohda Wireless has opened a U.S. office in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and named Patrick Brunett as sales director and general manager of Cohda Wireless America.
Companies integrate InSight Connect VRM™ with Movimento® vehicle software reflash technology Venturo™ for secure and robust in-vehicle module software updates.