Delphi Invests in Tula Technology

August 24, 2015 by  
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tula logoTula Technology, Inc. has completed a new investment round led by Delphi Automotive PLC. The investment will be used to advance the continued development and commercialization of the company’s fuel-saving Dynamic Skip Fire (DSF) cylinder deactivation system.

“The significance of this new relationship goes beyond the investment itself,” said R. Scott Bailey, president and CEO, Tula Technology. “Delphi’s strong expertise in engine management systems and valvetrain components will help us to further optimize the overall performance of DSF and accelerate the deployment of our unique technology for three, four, six and eight-cylinder engines.”

Audi Describes Its Central Driver Assistance Controller

March 31, 2015 by  
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Audi said the central driver assistance controller (zFAS) is the core of future piloted driving systems under development.

It uses “cutting-edge, high-performance” processors and will work its way into the model range step-by-step in the foreseeable future.

Specialists from TTTech, Mobileye, nVidia and Delphi jointly developed the various hardware and software components. Audi chose Delphi as the future system supplier for the zFAS electronics board.

Audi described its central driver assistance controller as a key milestone on the road to new, automated driving functions and a demonstration of the pioneering role that Audi is assuming in the field of piloted driving.

11 “Musts” for an Automotive Integration Revolution

March 27, 2015 by  
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By Andy Gryc

Conference Director, Connected Car Expo

Co-founder, CX3 Marketing

Tier one companies like Bosch, Continental, Delphi, Denso, Harman, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, and Visteon have deep expertise in building numerous complex modules for the car companies, they all have the know-how for building reliable, safe systems, and all are willing to be a “secret ingredient” instead of a nameplate brand.

Tomorrow’s car, regardless of who’s building it, will have even more working software in it than today’s cars do. The integration problems that car makers face today will only be compounded in the future with the explosion of smartphone connectivity, apps, wearables, fog computing, big data analytics, ADAS and autonomous technology.

Protecting Cars Against Hackers

March 9, 2015 by  
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The good news, according to cyber security specialist Battelle, is that vehicle owners, for the most part, are not in imminent danger from hackers. The bad news is that the threat of vehicle hacking is real, and growing.

sae-logoIn a step toward combatting the threat, Battelle and the SAE are planning a five-day training event – the 2015 SAE Battelle CyberAuto Challenge – July 12-17 at Delphi corporate headquarters in Troy, Michigan.

NXP Expands Its Investment in Cohda Wireless

January 16, 2015 by  
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Combined Technology Fares Well in Audi Tests

NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) announced a follow-on investment in automotive safety software specialist Cohda Wireless. NXP, together with Cisco, acquired a stake in Cohda In January, 2013.

By expanding its investment, NXP said it is reinforcing its commitment to the rapid global adoption of V2X (vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure) technology, which allows cars to communicate with one another and to the surrounding intelligent traffic infrastructure by wirelessly exchanging real-time warning messages and traffic information.

Improved Safety

Delphi and Ottomatika Partner for Automated Driving

November 21, 2014 by  
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delphi 11-21-14 Delphi's_automated_driving_vehicle_DLSV_garage-300dpiDelphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) will partner with Ottomatika, Inc., a company started by Carnegie Mellon University, which provides advanced automated driving software, to jointly develop technology that will help accelerate automated driving.

Delphi, the company that first introduced automotive radar systems, will integrate its active safety technologies with Ottomatika’s automated driving software. The combination of the two creates a technology platform that enables a vehicle to make human-like decisions when driving in the city or on the highway.

The platform is flexible and can be expanded and upgraded as the software is updated. It will also support vehicle-to-environment (V2X) communications.

Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

October 28, 2014 by  
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By Paul Gray, CEO, Cohda Wireless

Cars are undoubtedly safer now than they ever have been, as evidenced by the steady decline of road fatalities. However, at the same time the number of injuries is actually increasing – passive safety technologies such as seat belts and airbags have simply made accidents more survivable. It is obvious that what is needed is ways of avoiding the accidents in the first place. Meanwhile traffic congestion, and its resulting environmental impact, continues to be a growing problem in cities around the globe. One simple technology has the potential to address all of these issues.

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Delphi Claims First-to-Market with Wireless Vehicle Communications Technology to Support V2V and V2I

September 9, 2014 by  
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delphi V2X_infographicDelphi will supply a major global automaker with connectivity technology that will allow cars to talk with one another and provide drivers critical traffic information.

Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) announced that it will be first-to-market with Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication technology that significantly advances driver alerts.

Delphi’s wireless vehicle communication technology extends the range of existing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) functionality.

Radio signals transmit traffic data from car to car to alert drivers of potential road hazards; even those beyond the driver’s line of sight or out of the vehicle’s sensor range.

Bosch Tops IHS Automotive MEMS Vendor List; Top 10 Have Nearly 90% of Industry Total

June 27, 2014 by  
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Bosch of Germany was the No. 1 supplier in the world last year of automotive microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors, a market in which shipments continue to expand strongly but where revenue was being squeezed by marked price erosion, according to a new report from IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS).

With revenue of $740 million, Bosch’s total amounted to more than three times the sales of its nearest competitor, Denso of Japan, which remained in second place, as in 2012. Together the Top 10 accounted for $2.18 billion worth of revenue, as shown in the attached figure, equivalent to 88 percent of the industry total of $2.47 billion. In 2012, the top 10 also had an 88 percent share in light of combined revenue of $2.12 billion, out of an industry aggregate of $2.40 billion.

Symphony Teleca and Delphi Pair Up for HMI and IVI

April 22, 2014 by  
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Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC) and Delphi worked together to develop and demonstrate an HTML5-based human-machine interface (HMI) and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system for the Fiat 500 using the center touch screen console and a digital instrument cluster. Intel was also involved in the development effort.

The firms said their design is based on the concept of drive tiles that display real-time information relevant to the everyday driving experience. Media sources can be accessed with a single touch. The interface incorporates both natural voice recognition and a gesture-based interface.

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