Electronics giant Samsung has acquired a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, according to a report by Reuters.
The company is spending $8 billion acquiring Harman, which makes in-car entertainment technology and other car components.
Harman is what is called a Tier 1 supplier to the automotive trade, which means that they are one of a relatively small group of companies which supply parts or systems directly to car manufacturers. Continue reading Samsung acquires permission to test autonomous vehicles in the US
Bosch Sensortec has launched what it says is the company’s smallest and best performing barometric pressure sensor, with a compact size of 2.0 x 2.0 x 0.75 mm.
The BMP380 sensor is aimed at the growing markets of gaming, sports and health management, as well as indoor and outdoor navigation.
By measuring barometric pressure, the sensor enables drones, smartphones, tablets, wearables and other mobile devices to accurately determine altitude changes, in both indoor and outdoor environments. Continue reading Bosch launches ‘smallest, high performance’ barometric pressure sensor
CeMAT Update: Apps are conquering the world of intralogistics: smartphones and tablets are moving their way into storage and picking areas, supporting a wide range of processes
Our world is becoming increasingly intelligent, networked an mobile – and this development also extends to the storage and picking areas of commercial, industrial and service companies.
Smartphones and tablets are moving their way into the world of intralogistics, supporting a wide range of processes. Continue reading The warehouse is becoming smarter