Volkswagen explores various applications for interactive headlights and tail light clusters

Volkswagen explores various applications for interactive headlights and tail light clusters

At an international workshop, Volkswagen showcased how the lighting systems of the future will communicate and increase safety even further.

ROHM launches new low current consuming Buck-Boost Power Supply chipset

ROHM launches new low current consuming Buck-Boost Power Supply chipset

ROHM announced the availability of a buck-boost power supply chipset that provides the lowest current consumption in the industry along with stable performance (transient response characteristics) in automotive ECUs (Electronic Control Units) for cluster panels and gateways used in start-stop vehicle systems.

23 January 2019

Coventry University Technology Park

newMobility LiVE brings together leading visionaries from across the transportation arena to connect, inform and debate the future of mobility. Join a truly unique conference and networking event hosted at the National Transport Museum, TechnoCentre and National Transport Design Centre in Coventry. Find out More

Hyundai Mobis develops new Advanced Adaptive Driving Beam (AABD)

Hyundai Mobis develops new Advanced Adaptive Driving Beam (AABD)

Hyundai Mobis announced that the company has developed the world’s first Advanced Adaptive Driving Beam (AADB) which safely ensures vision with the high beams turned on all the time in connection with the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Hyundai Mobis is planning to use this technology to lead the future car lamp market that requires precise light control.

Infineon unveils TPM for cybersecurity in connected cars

Infineon unveils TPM for cybersecurity in connected cars

The Munich-based company, Infineon Technologies AG, has become the world’s first semiconductor manufacturer to put a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) specifically for automotive applications on the market.

Hyundai working towards advancing robotics

Hyundai working towards advancing robotics

Hyundai Motor Group has ventured further into the high-value robotics industry of the future by commencing development of Hyundai Vest Exoskeleton (H-VEX) wearable industrial robots.