The VA608A chipset provides the high-speed bandwidth and resilience required for the many applications in the connected and autonomous car, guaranteeing a flexible and future-proof architecture. The chipset delivers data transmission speeds of up to 16 Gbps and enables automakers to extend native PCIe as a long-distance in-vehicle connectivity technology – up to 15 m/50 […]
The recent TU Automotive conference in Novi, Mich. included an exhibition featuring advances in connected and autonomous vehicle technology, from vehicular operating systems to smarter lighting. Here are a few of the interesting technologies we noticed there. NEXT PAGE: Who needs lidar when you’ve got ground-penetrating radar?