TechSparks delves into Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), clarifying its role as an assistive technology in contrast to full autonomy. The historical evolution of ADAS is briefly outlined, from early
The automotive industry is thriving at a visible pace. From traditional internal combustion engine vehicles to electric cars and the introduction of autonomous driving technology, there have been significant improvements in functionality, driving experience, and safety. In modern cars, it’s no longer a singular operation but an entire automotive ecosystem. One of the driving forces behind this massive transformation is the rapid development of automotive electronics, where various core functions rely on the integration of numerous electronic components and systems within the vehicle.
This article explores the Electronic Control Unit (ECU), a critical component in modern automotive systems, known for its role in achieving precise control of engines and various vehicle systems. ECU
As our reliance on electronic devices continues to grow, so does the demand for advanced battery technology. Lithium-ion batteries, while prevalent, face challenges in terms of energy density, safety, and