Automotive Semi Solutions at CES and Detroit Auto Show – Setting the stage for high demand

shutterstock 51225136The past couple of weeks were filled with news from the two hot January tradeshows, International CES 2014 and North American International Auto Show 2014. What links these shows even more tightly together than in years past, is the role that information and connectivity are playing in our daily lives. The lines are blurring – or converging is likely a better perspective - between our consumer electronics (CE), our business computing, and our personal information needs for logistics, entertainment and safety. The end result is a new competitive playing field focused around human-machine interfaces (HMI) with solutions that partner electronics and automotive designers, as auto OEMs vie to meet our demands and win our purchases.

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2014 Detroit Auto Show Highlights Fast Lane to Growth

shutterstock 88629142On the heels of International CES 2014 is the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit (aka the Detroit Auto Show in the press). The Auto Show has always been popular with the wider media, competitive scoops (or snoops) by automotive OEMs, and of course during the second week, the public. This year there is particular energy and excitement as the Industry and Press Preview time comes to a close and the doors soon open to the public.

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CES 2014 Wrap-Up: The expanding world of chips

cesfloorWell, there's been a lot to digest from all of the gadgets, solutions, demos, and whir of International CES 2014 last week. If there ever was a week's worth of exploring what "interconnected" might mean, I think it might have happened last week. The Internet of Things (IoT) is, after all, about connecting everything to everything at every point and at any time. At CES, we saw that on display for futuristic products being demo-ed as well as those in active production and ready for retail.

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CES Drives Next Gen Automotive Technology

carsFor the casual observer, one might think that CES has evolved into some sort of high-tech auto show. And you know, they wouldn’t be completely wrong.

A record number of automakers attended CES this year, showcasing everything from smart infotainment systems to self-driving cars to in-car pizza ordering technology. Yes, you read that correctly.

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CES and the Future of Digital Health

pulseWhen you think of the Consumer Electronics Show, health and wellness typically isn’t the first thing to come to mind. Though that may change after the 2014 event, as space dedicated to digital health technology has increased massively in comparison to recent years.

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