The risk that the automotive industry is running, just like what the mobile industry has done, is that it’s heading for a software duopoly.
The CTC 101 kit supports programming and mechatronics with five themed modules and reusable parts, allowing experiments to be reconfigured.
The COMX-T2081 and COMX-T1042 modules are designed to operate in harsh environments, according to Artesyn.
Although most devices use the ROMs in their logic-one state, a programmer is a handy device when programming is required.
The design of CoolMOS P7 devices adds new algorithms to minimise the switching frequency spread between different line conditions.
The system uses smartphones to collect fingerprints of location data and label them automatically.
The new software packages integrate multiple automotive systems in a single R-Car platform, according to Renesas.
One fantastic feature of Altium CircuitStudio is that it can read in Eagle as well as OrCAD schematics, libraries and the old .MAX layout files.
No snippets, no flex design, no scripting. There is a work-around for some things, but all the important features are in CircuitStudio.
The courseware covers fundamental concepts coupled with a hands-on approach, such as real Linux implementations on an ARM Cortex-A9 based i.MX 6Solo.