The technology is already here. The question is if consumers would be willing to fly in a pilotless plane. The technology is already in drones. Not necessarily the remote-controlled ones that are available at your local BestBuy, but the supersize ones that are deployed to unsafe war zones by militaries all over the world. These […]Read more "Pilotless Air Travel – it’s the new Autonomous Car"
The design process for a consumer electronic device lasts around six months. Within six months, companies are able to design, manufacture and ship the latest smartphone, tablet or any other handheld device. Car manufacturers face a design cycle that typically lasts around six years. They face more stringent testing, possible redesigns and even modifications. Most […]Read more "Car Makers look to Keep Up with Consumer Electronics"
Altera really is no more. The FPGA now have a different label on them, Intel. We knew this was coming. The takeover happened, but it’s still somewhat foreign to see the Intel label on an FPGA chip. This is Intel officially moving away from PCs. The market for consumer products is saturated. It’s hard to stay […]Read more "[Opinion] It’s now Intel FPGA; the Altera Name is no more"
1) On-board diagnostics Your previous ‘dumbed’ down version of an OBD was the yellow light that would show up whenever there was something wrong with your car. Here’s the problem. The yellow light will pop up but you have no idea what the problem was. Today, there are a number of handheld tools that can […]Read more "7 Features available in the Modern Car"