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Automotive Innovative Sensor Technology for Autonomous Driving

created by Tamara Drexler, Product Manager Sensor Systems – Automotive Business Unit; Tobias Maier, Field Application Engineer – Automotive Business Unit |   Rutronik

Autonomous cars are driven by sensor and camera based computers that are intended to make road traffic safer - that's the idea. According to the market research institute Emnid, 41% of Germans believe driverless cars can achieve this goal. Accordingly, the demand for advanced driver assistance systems is increasing sharply in most automotive classes.

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Wireless Sensor System with Kinetic Energy Converter in the Form of a Screw for Commercial Vehicles - Research Cooperation Project of the TU Chemnitz and IK Elektronik GmbH

created by Andreas Mangler |   Knowledge

Research and development centers on a wireless sensor system integrated into a screw - the system measures and

processes sensor signals and sends them to a measurement

data processing system.

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High-precision AOI Systems with NVMe Memory Solution

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AOI systems (Automatic Optical Inspection) can be combined for simultaneous top-down and bottom-up inspection (SMD/THT) of single or double-sided assemblies during ongoing production. The procedure offers significant time, handling, and cost benefits for both fully interlinked production lines and autonomous manufacturing. Besides being able to achieve the highest performance possible, the computing unit...

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Infineon PROFET™+2

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The Newest PROFET™+2 family of protected high-side power switches (8mΩ to 200mΩ) in PG-TSDSO-14 exposed pad package provides state of the art diagnostics and protection features. The whole family is compatible with the hardest reverse battery requirement on the market, with ReverSave™ available for the 1st time in Market on a single chip product!

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Infineon's Modern Sensor Applications

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Sensors have never been more important than in our present connected world. But demands on sensor design continue to increase. For example, devices like autonomous multicopters and fitness monitoring wearables, as well as indoor and outdoor navigation, require the high-accuracy sensing of static and/or dynamic air pressure.

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