ELIV 2017: Learn Ways to Design Safer, Smarter Cars
September 28, 2017
|By: Christine Young
Blogger, Maxim Integrated
In the future, catching up on emails, playing video games, and watching movies in the car will be activities available to everyone in the vehicle. That said, there are still self-driving capabilities to develop and improve, standards and regulations to be enacted, and infrastructure to enhance before we all become passengers on the road. Now is the time to continue deepening your knowledge of the latest technologies and trends for designing safer, smarter cars. The upcoming Electronics in Vehicles (ELIV) 2017 at the Bonn World Conference Center in Germany provides the perfect venue for this.
On October 18 and 19, meet with Maxim in Booth #54, where we’ll be discussing and showcasing:
- Next-generation gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) serializer and deserializer (SerDes) technology, which fully supports the high bandwidth, complex interconnect, and data integrity requirements for future automotive infotainment and ADAS applications. The newest GMSL technology paves the way for 4K video, sensor data, Gigabit Ethernet, and audio.
- Remote tuner architecture, which simplifies the head unit design with fewer cables while providing better radio signal quality and reduced cost, weight, and power consumption.
If you're designing tomorrow's vehicles, you'll need technology that keeps up with increasing demands for greater safety and connectivity. Maxim provides high-performance, automotive-grade ICs that meet the stringent quality and reliability standards that are critical for designing cars of the future. In our portfolio, you’ll find solutions for a variety of automotive applications, including infotainment, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), body electronics, power and lighting, and electric vehicle powertrain.
As for ELIV, there are lots of interesting topics on the agenda, from highly automated driving and smart, connected vehicles to vehicle wiring systems, security, and lighting technology.
Our tech experts look forward to seeing you at ELIV!
This year's ELIV conference covers topics like electromobility, automated driving, driver assistance systems, and the connected car.