North American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights)

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Discusses technological developments in the field of automotive electronics with emphasis on the North American region.

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North American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewElectronics Revolution in AutosImpact on ComponentsIntegrated ElectronicsConsumer Attitudes and NeedsConsumer Attitudes and NeedsIssues and ChallengesEconomicsInterestTechnical IssuesScope and MethodologyScope and MethodologyNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Overview of Technology DevelopmentElectronics Abound in Vehicles Making Cars SaferEntertaining PassengersLocation-Specific SecurityA Different Type of VehicleA Different Type of VehicleAdvances in Sensor TechnologyThe Smart HighwayThe Impact of MEMsIC TechnologyThe 42-V ChallengeElectrical BackbonesTechnical ConcernsPower from Embedded TechnologyPower from Embedded TechnologySecurity; Safety Systems Take Active ApproachIn-Vehicle EntertainmentAdvent of Drive-by-Wire and New Electric MotorsIssues and ChallengesCost ConcernsFragile ElectronicsNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Sensors and MEMSArray of Sensor TechnologiesContinuous InnovationTypes of Automotive SensorsMicro InnovationMicro InnovationManufacturingMEMS ApplicationsAirbagsDynamic ControlTemperature and Tire Pressure Monitoring Role Angle and Rate FeatureFuture TrendsDevelopments to WatchEye Tracking Detecting Diesel ExhaustSelf-Calibrating Sensors Crash SensorsBiometrics and SecurityNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Power Efficiency42-V Battery42-V ArchitectureCostSystem AlternativesWire HarnessesWire HarnessesMajor Harnesses42-Volt Impact Fiber OpticsElectronic Control UnitsSupercapacitorsFuelDevelopments to WatchOptimizing the AlternatorIntegrated Starter-AlternatorQuantum MechanicsReducing Combustion InstabilityNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Other Key Technology TrendsTelematics and BluetoothOrigins and FunctionalityDevelopment of TelematicsGPS and Telematics'Under the Hood' PotentialRemote Vehicle DiagnosticsBluetooth TechnologySemiconductor ContentAdvances in Automotive ElectronicsGovernment LegislationHaptics InnovationsHaptics InnovationsDevice InteractionsSoftware for Force FeedbackNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Developer ProfilesPublic SectorArgonne National LaboratoryClemson UniversityIowa State UniversityLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryLos Alamos National LaboratoryMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyOak Ridge National LaboratoryOhio State UniversitySimon Fraser UniversitySouthwest Research InstituteUniversity of California at BerkeleyUniversity of DaytonUniversity of MichiganUniversity of WisconsinUniversity of TorontoVirginia TechWayne State UniversityPrivate SectorAnalog Devices Inc.ARMATX Technologies Inc.BEI Technologies Inc.Bluetooth Users GroupCepstral LLCE Ink Corp.Fairchild Semiconductor Corp.Immersion Corp.Irvine Sensors Corp.IterisJohnson Controls Inc.Kodak Display ProductsMemsicMotorolaMethode Electronics Inc.Omron Automotive Electronics Inc.Optrand Inc.Royal Philips ElectronicsSiRF Technology Inc.Sense Technologies Inc.TRW AutomotiveVisteon Corp.Xilinx Inc.North American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Patents and BibliographyPatentsKey USPTO PatentsBibliographyBibliographyNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2004 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology Leadership AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation Award Award DescriptionAward RecipientNorth American Technology Trends in Automotive Electronics (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabasesVehicle Production StatisticsCar ProductionLight Commercial Vehicle ProductionBus ProductionHeavy Truck ProductionOther Economic IndicatorsPersonal Disposable IncomePopulation Per VehicleVehicle Scrap Rate




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