January 12, 2021By Pavel Stankoulov IntroductionThis is the first part of a three-part blog series that explores micro-location technologies. Over the past few years, Micro-location has gone through extensive development. There has been a recent surge of interest in micro-location due to its [...]
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January 12, 2021By Pavel Stankoulov Introduction This is the second part of a three-part blog series that explores micro-location technologies. Part 1 introduced micro-location and provided overview of the current state of the [...]
January 12, 2021By Pavel Stankoulov Introduction This is the last part of the three-part blog series that explores micro-location technologies. Part 2 described the current most popular way of doing micro-location using Bluetooth Low [...]
We’re excited to share that Sony Electronics Inc. announced a new line-up of in-car media receivers led by the XAV-AX8000, which features an 8.95-inch screen and single-DIN rear chassis [...]
Introduction Our previous blog discussed MISRA guidelines for automotive applications, with a focus on the C++ language. This blog explores the AUTOSAR C++ 14 guidelines and compares them with MISRA C++. [...]
Introduction Recent developments in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI), specifically the advancement of deep learning and increased computing power, have made autonomous driving feasible for the first time. This [...]
Introduction As long as cars have existed, drivers have needed help getting from place to place (even if some folks are sometimes too proud to admit it). From bulky street [...]
Introduction Although it may appear that voice recognition products burst into the mainstream fully formed a few years ago, in truth the technology has been around in one shape or [...]
Introduction With the rapid increase in software components and lines of code that go into modern automotive systems, there is a corresponding rise in the risk of introducing critical bugs. [...]
People love to own cars. We give them names, write songs about them, and parade them slowly and lovingly through the center of town. We devote endless hours to polishing, tinkering, repairing [...]