It’s not just cars. Driverless mass transit may be coming to a city near you. Driverless Mass Transit Driverless cars are no longer a future-tech fantasy. So get ready forRead More
Driverless cars will be expected to transmit and receive tremendous amounts of data. How will connectors address data speeds and data management in the driverless car? [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_share style=”none”]Read More
Autonomous vehicle technology is driving the need for increased speed and bandwidth in electronic connectors. [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_share style=”none”] The Evolution of Automotive Connectivity: Autonomous Vehicle Technology Drives theRead More
Robotic carsharing services will put fleets of autonomous vehicles at our app-driven beck and call. What do these super-cheap, super-safe connected vehicle systems mean for the transportation industry? [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_shareRead More
As autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems become mainstream, LiDAR sensors become smaller, cheaper, and consumer-friendly. Will this impact automotive connector design? [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_share style=”none”] Light DetectionRead More
It’s a dream that’s been around since at least the late 1930s, when the public imagination was sparked by the Futurama exhibit at the 1939 World’s Fair. Take a lookRead More
We’ve reported often about robotics in the industrial arena over the last few years; now Bishop & Associates’s Arthur Visser looks at developments in industrial automation and robotics moving toRead More
The latest automotive technology is sensor-based, but to make self-driving vehicles a reality, technology convergence is necessary. This article, based on research by KPMG, sheds light on what may beRead More
July 11, 2013 – The recent SAE Congress in Detroit highlighted the roles new connector technology will play in a variety of applications as varied as autonomous vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, driver vision and lighting, and systems reliability.
Electronic connectors play a critical role in the expanding world of unmanned vehicles and devices. The electronic component industry has benefited over the years from the introduction of entirelyRead More
October 16, 2012 – Opportunities for interconnect manufacturers in the medical market exist across the infrastructure and a wide range of remote monitoring devices that exploit advances in bandwidth, networking, mobile telecommunication, RF technologies, and miniaturization. Bishop & Associates’ Jenny Bieksha examines the drivers behind the latest trends.