An Overview of Electric Vehicle Charging Station Infrastructure
With the sudden surge in demand for electric vehicles, the EV automakers are focusing on long-range battery vehicles and investing in enhancing the EV charging infrastructure. Developing adequate EV Charging infrastructure to cater to the rising demand for EVs on the road is the need of the hour.
How Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) is redefining safety
An AEB system uses radar, scanners, vision sensors, lasers, and other sensors to apply emergency brakes. AEB can be classified into three categories – low speed, designed for the city environment; high-speed interurban. for use around arterial roads; and a pedestrian system specially designed to detect characteristics of the pedestrians.
Android Automotive OS vs. Android Auto: Understanding the world’s first native OS
Vehicle Infotainment Systems have drastically evolved from being simple audio systems to becoming a central dashboard transforming comfort, connectivity, and safety aspects of the vehicle’s functions. More than just entertainment, today drivers depend on them for vital vehicle information such as tire pressure, engine maintenance, charging stations, weather, navigation, and car settings, etc. With the launch of Android Automotive OS, Google has taken a leap step towards revolutionizing the digital experience for the users and setting up a benchmark for the automotive industry.
What is Central Gateway Module and Its Significance in Automotive World
As we advance towards achieving fully autonomous vehicles with ASIL-D safety standards, we are becoming increasingly dependent on electronic control units (ECU) to manage the advanced features that enhance the driving experience in vehicles
Data Annotation in Autonomous Cars
The functionalities of autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles are made effective due to annotations. Annotation is the process of labeling the region of interest/object of interest in an image or video by using boundary boxes and defining other attributes to help the ML models understand and recognize the objects detected by the sensors in the vehicle
System-on-Module Design for Infotainment Unit of Electric Vehicle
The client is APAC-based automotive OEM producing electric vehicles. As a part of its highly ambitious EV program, the client was looking for a SOM-based solution for their infotainment & entertainment systems. eInfochips as a complete design & development partner developed automotive-grade SOM for the next-generation infotainment & entertainment systems. eInfochips helped the client with complete hardware design, firmware development, connectivity & testing.