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NXP Selects TSMC 5nm Process for Next Generation High Performance Automotive Platform

NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced a collaboration agreement to adopt TSMC’s 5-nanometer (5nm) technology for NXP’s next generation, high-performance automotive platform. This collaboration combines NXP’s automotive design expertise with TSMC’s industry-leading 5nm technology to further drive the transformation of automobiles into powerful computing systems for the road.

Toshiba News

Toyota Vehicles with Toshiba’s Advanced Image Recognition Processor Win Japan’s Highest Preventive Safety Performance Awards for Second Year

Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation (“Toshiba”) today announced that, for the second consecutive year, its flagship image recognition processor for driver assistance systems has contributed to the success of Toyota Motor Corporation (“Toyota”) vehicles in the Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP).

Actia News


The City of London is a pioneer in the ecological and safety aspects of public transport. Transport for London (TFL), the organisation responsible for London’s transport system, with ACTIA, is deploying new types of buses equipped with the Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) system. This solution makes it possible to adjust a vehicle’s real speed according to the speed limit in force in the area where the vehicle is travelling.

Kuka News

KUKA Supplies System for Assembly of Battery Systems

The automotive industry is resolutely driving forward in the development of electromobility: Webasto, the automotive industry's global systems partner, is also entering the field of battery systems production. The production of battery packs for a European bus manufacturer has already started at the Webasto plant in Schierling in the Regensburg county, Bavaria. KUKA, the world's leading automation expert in the automotive industry, supplied the production system.


Murata introduces world's smallest ferrite Chip beads for automotive power supply applications 

 Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has introduced the BLM18SP_SH1 series of the world's smallest*1 chip ferrite beads (for noise suppression) for use in automotive power supply applications. The company has started shipping samples, and volume production is scheduled to begin in June 2020.

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