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posted in February 2009
Leverage telematics and on-board diagnostics for warranty management
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2/25/2009   Post a comment
Vehicle "intelligence" can monitor and relay diagnostic and health information, thereby containing warranty costs.
Après le laptop, voici le plugtop à $50
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2/24/2009   Post a comment
Marvell Technology Group Ltd. a annoncé l'initiative appelée Plug Computing et un kit de développement à $99 utilisant son processeur Sheeva à 1,2GHz basé sur un coeur ARM.
SP Devices : 12 bit digitizer handles 1.1 Gsamples per second
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2/23/2009   Post a comment
SP Devices has announced its latest ADQ series digitizer. With a 1.1 Gsamples/s real-time sampling rate and 12 bits resolution, the unit claims the best-performing combination of high speed and high resolution on the market today.
SOFTWARE TOOLS: ObjectAda 8.4 supports tasking for Wind River VxWorks 6.6
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2/23/2009   Post a comment
Aonix's new Ada release works with Wind River Workbench Eclipse-based development environment.
Intelligent car aims to reconfigure and update itself
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2/19/2009   Post a comment
An EU-funded consortium of institutes, software firms, vehicle manufacturers and parts suppliers have developed a software architecture that allows cars to automatically download software updates.
SOFTWARE TOOLS: LinuxLink now supports Freescale MPC8313E Processor
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2/18/2009   Post a comment
Timesys Factory can base Linux platforms on Freescale-enabled 2.6.23 kernel or the 2.6.28 mainline kernel.
The Virtual Vehicle: Part 2 - Early validation of vehicle electrical systems and power management
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2/13/2009   Post a comment
Vehicle manufacturers are now relying on simulation-based development methodologies to enable early validation of power network quality.
Programmable coprocessor generation from executable code: Part 4
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2/11/2009   Post a comment
In the final in a four part series, the authors describes the kind of sophisticated unit & transport allocation algorithms needed to map arbitrary code sequences onto a custom architecture using binary level partitioning.


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