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MADISON, Wis. — My husband, a notorious Luddite, asked me once, "Junko, can you name me one person who's looking forward to driving a self-driving car?"
The proliferation of electronic systems in automobiles has resulted in the creation of new automotive standards to ensure safety.
The names of more than 340 companies have appeared on the EE Times Silicon 60 list of emerging technology companies since it first appeared in April 2004. That includes ...
MADISON, Wis. — At the risk of sounding a bit curmudgeonly, I have to confess one thing. While there’s certainly something positive to be said about the ...
The buildings we work and live in will in the near future be all-knowing -- or at least, all-sensing. And this is a good thing, at least for energy savings, so said the ...
A few days ago, Menta of Montpellier, France, announced that it had selected IEEE-compliant Verilog, SystemVerilog, and VHDL parsers from Verific to serve as the front-end ...
Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the privacy and security aspects of their digital lives. Vehicle-to-vehicle or vehicle-to-infrastructure communication is yet ...
The automobile industry is entering a period of significant change. As vehicles move toward full autonomy, the automotive industry is implementing technology in driver ...
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