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    Communicating Cars 2014- A showcase along the ITS Corridor

    Published on Nov 27, 2014

    What a successful ride! The European ITS showcase from NXP, global Technology Leader in the Connected Car, with partners Siemens, Honda, and others concluded in the Netherlands. The Communicating Cars tour started at Electronica trade show 2014 in Munich with industry leaders and high-ranking politicians in attendance. The event saw a convoy of five Honda smart cars start its drive through 1,300km of roads, including ITS test fields in Munich and Vienna, to Helmond. The cars, which were fitted with NXP secure communications technology, demonstrated the benefits of intelligent traffic management including improved road safety and traffic flow.

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    NXP- The journey into a smart and secure connected future

    Published on Dec 8, 2014

    NXP’s “connected car” technology allows cars to communicate wirelessly with each other and with traffic infrastructure, exchanging data including location, speed and direction. This allows for 360-degree driver awareness to improve road safety by reducing collisions, warning of potential hazards, and avoiding traffics jams. In April 2013, NXP, global Technology Leader in the Connected Car, and Cohda Wireless became the first automotive electronics suppliers to join leading car manufacturers in signing the landmark CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), aimed at implementing harmonized technology for wireless communication between cars, or between cars and infrastructure, in Europe. In November 2014 NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI), alongside leading industry partners and government officials, has celebrated the completion of the ‘Communicating Cars’ test drive along the Cooperative ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) Corridor spanning Austria, Germany and the Netherlands.

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    NXP Semiconductor's RoadLINK Technology in Action- ITS World Congress 2014

    NXP’s RoadLINK technology allows cars to communicate wirelessly with each other and with traffic infrastructure, exchanging data including location, speed and direction. This allows for 360-degree driver awareness to improve road safety by reducing collisions, warning of potential hazards, and avoiding traffics jams.
    At the ITS World Congress 2014 in Detroit Leland Key, Sr. Director- NXP Automotive Marketing and Sales, showed live on the streets of Belle Isle how NXP`s RoadLINK technology is working.

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    Connected Car Demos at CES 2015

    Published on Jan 12, 2015

    Overview of the Connected Car demos at the NXP booth at CES 2015

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    Why Honda has partnered with NXP Semiconductors in the Communicating Cars initiative

    Published on Jan 21, 2015

    Sven Leonhardt, Department Manager for Functions and Material Technologies at Honda R&D Europe, discusses the benefits of car communication technologies at electronica 2014 in Munich.
    For more information on NXP's V2X Roadlink™ technology visit: www.nxp.com/automotive

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    Communicating Cars

    Published on Feb 11, 2015

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    NXP: Enabling the future of connected vehicles

    Published on Mar 24, 2015

    The number of people living in cities is expected to double by 2050, meaning congestion and pollution will increasingly be a problem for city dwellers. As a result the cities of the future will demand smarter traffic management solutions and more intelligent vehicles. This transformation is already well underway.The car as we know it is transforming from a simple mode of transport to a personalized mobile information hub – fully connected to the outside world. Innovations are helping to create a more entertaining, customized experience for consumers as well as making driving safer and easier.
    But this is just the beginning, let NXP Semiconductors, pioneers of the connected car, give you a glimpse of what the future of driving looks like and the technology that will enable it.

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    Future Car: Distributed Architecture with Ethernet Backbone

    Published on Jul 28, 2015

    To make future connected cars and autonomous driving a reality, one needs to simplify the network and serve the high-bandwidth requirements of infotainment, cameras, and sensor systems.
    NXP envisions that the network of future cars is transforming away from a centralized head unit towards a more distributed architecture: with components placed where they are actually needed.
    Automotive Ethernet based on BroadR Reach standard will form the backbone of such future architectures and complement existing standards CAN, LIN, and FlexRay.
    Jens Hinrichsen, NXP Semiconductors, SVP Secure Car Access & Networking, explains the concept of distributed architecture and the role of Ethernet.

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    NXP demonstrates technology advances in autonomous driving

    Published on Feb 5, 2016

    At CES 2016 NXP launched its new automotive demonstrator which provides an in-depth look at today's secure connected self driving car.
    Jan-Philipp Gehrmann, Strategic Marketing Manager for Car Infotainment and Driver Assistance, NXP, uses the new demonstrator to explain NXP?s automotive portfolio.

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