Qorivva and S12 MagniV devices integrate connectivity, functional safety, security and network management capability, trimming number of required ECUs and associated copper wiring
Freescale Semiconductor is licensing the ARM® Cortex™-A50 series of microprocessors (MPUs) for future versions of its i.MX applications processor and QorIQ communications processor product lines. This agreement is part of a new multiyear subscription license with ARM that demonstrates Freescale’s commitment to the ARM architecture and its intent to further expand its ARM Powered® portfolio.
MEMS Executive Congress Europe 2013, to be held March 12, 2013 at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, will feature a panel discussion on MEMS (micro electromechanical systems) in automotive sponsored by Polytec GmbH.
Freescale Semiconductor added three pin-for-pin compatible pressure sensor replacements for the MPXHZ6000 family to its family of Xtrinsic pressure sensors for automotive engine management and efficiency applications.
Freescale Qorivva MPC5777M multicore powertrain MCU for next-generation economy and emissions standards
Quad-core Qorivva MCU brings high levels of performance, functional safety and security to future engine applications
Authors, from Freescale Semiconductor:
David Lopez, Analog Automotive Program Line Manager, Toulouse, France
Valerie Bernon-Enjalbert, Analog IC Design Leader, Toulouse, France
Mathieu Blazy-Winning, MCU Automotive Functional Safety Manager, Toulouse, France
At the Freescale Technology Forum Japan, Freescale Semiconductor introduced a family of image cognition processors (ICPs) for the driver assistance market.
Automotive-qualified sensor monitors battery voltage, current and temperature
At the Freescale Technology Forum Japan, Freescale Semiconductor introduced the MM9Z1J638 Xtrinsic battery sensor.
“Viable Automotive Applications and Content” panel at Telematics Munich 2012 October 29-30
32-bit MCU helps automotive electronics systems achieve functional safety compliance