Billions and billions. Do you believe it?

Automotive failsafe design and ISO 26262 were on the agenda at Steering Safety Innovation in Autonomous Car Electronics.

Best practices. Are they enough?

IoT and security were hot topics.

Praetorian researchers flew a sniffer-equipped drone around Austin to find connected devices.

ADAS will eat up all the processing power you can throw at it. Even neural networks are expected to find use, in object and action recognition for starters.

Cortera described minimally-invasive neural probe arrays.

EDN looked at Freescale's (now part of NXP) radar technology back in 2013.

Car networks continue to grow.

The 64-probe chip

2015 Phil Kaufman Award recipient Dr. Walden (Wally) C. Rhines of Mentor

ADAS was a main theme of Monday's keynote by NXP.

From DAC's opening at the Austin Convention Center, a look at the local engineering ecosystem.