Taiwan, Audi Poised to Drive Advances in Automotive Electronics
In 2000, the average car sported 30 to 50 semiconductors. By 2025, the number of chips and sensors in an automobile will soar to an eye-popping 70,000 as it comes uber-connected and immeasurably smarter, powered by machine learning, artificial...
MEMS Sensors – Enabling the Smart Car Revolution
Stefano Zanella, Head of Automotive, Industrial and Location Businesses, TDK InvenSense will present at next month’s SEMICON Taiwan (September 18-20, 2019 in Taipei City, Taiwan). SEMI Taiwan’s Emmy Yi spoke with Stefano for a preview of his talk.
Industry Giants TSMC and Intel Vow to Focus on 3D IC Packaging
Post-Conference Report: SEMI Heterogeneous Integration Summit
Establishing SEMI Cybersecurity Standards Key to Smart Manufacturing Advances
The automation of semiconductor factories through digitization is reshaping Smart Manufacturing to streamline the connectivity and orchestration of manufacturing processes across the entire supply chain.
More than Mobility: Smart Automotive Innovations Go Beyond Technology
Are you ready for a shared economy where your transportation needs are no longer met by an automaker, but rather a “mobility service provider”? While smart transportation news has mostly focused on the likes of electrification (Tesla) and...