Automotive electronics
Automotive electronics are any electrically-generated systems used in road vehicles, such as: carputers, telematics, in-car entertainment systems, etc...Automotive electronics originated from the need...
Volvo hybrid drive: 60,000 rpm flywheel, 25% boost to mpg
13-pound carbon fiber flywheel would replace the traditonal hybrid's bulky battery pack and electric motor.
Apple’s iOS 7 makes a bold move for the car dash, seeks to replace in-car infotainment
Apple's new iOS 7 and the the revamped Siri voice assistant announced Monday are poised to make big inroads into car dashboards. Control of the center stack could pass from the automaker to the phone ...
Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems - F1 2011 KERS
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Mark Levinson
This is my 2007 Lexus ES350 with the ultra luxury package, it has a 14 speaker surround sound audio system with mp3 and DVD/DVD audio capabilities and an aux...
Infinity (audio)
An ad we made for car audio equipment.
Boston Acoustics
Two 10's in a sealed enclosure, each powered by a Kenwood KAC-9125D.
AVI Sound International
Just a video (without sound) of the final 7 minutes approach and landing at Orlando International Airport. Its not an exciting video, but after 9 hours sat i...
In car entertainment
In-car entertainment (ICE), or in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), is a collection of hardware devices installed into automobiles, or other forms of road transportation, to provide audio or video entertain...
In car entertainment - Wikipedia
Telematics
Telematics are an interdisciplinary field encompassing telecommunications, vehicular technologies, road transportation, road safety, electrical engineering (sensors, instrumentation, wireless communic...
Telematics - Wikipedia
Harman Kardon
Harman/Kardon is a division of Harman International Industries and manufactures home and car audio equipment. It was founded in 1953 by Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon.
In the early 1950s, Sidney...
Harman Kardon - Wikipedia
Pass through device (automotive)
A pass-through device is used in conjunction with a computer to reprogram vehicle control modules through the OBD-II/CANbus port. Each manufacturer has their own type, but SAE International standardi...
Trip computer
A trip computer is an onboard computer device fitted to cars which can generally record distance travelled, average speed, average fuel consumption, and display real time fuel consumption information....
Trip computer - Wikipedia
Renix
Renix (Renix Electronique) was a joint venture by Renault and Bendix that designed and manufactured automobile electronic ignitions, fuel injection systems, electronic automatic transmission controls,...
In-car internet
In-car Internet refers to Internet service provided in a car.
Most in-car Internet systems use mobile phone networks to provide Internet service. Novatel and other companies sell wireless routers ...
Ford Sync
Ford Sync (stylized Ford SYNC) is a factory-installed, integrated in-vehicle communications and entertainment system that allows users to make hands-free telephone calls, control music and perform oth...
Ford Sync - Wikipedia
Volvo hybrid drive: 60,000 rpm flywheel, 25% boost to mpg
13-pound carbon fiber flywheel would replace the traditonal hybrid's bulky battery pack and electric motor.
Electronic instrument cluster
In an automobile, an electronic instrument cluster, digital instrument panel or digital dash for short, is a set of instrumentation, including the speedometer, that is displayed with a digital readout...
Electronic instrument cluster - Wikipedia
Radar detector
A radar detector is an electronic device used by motorists to detect if their speed is being monitored by police or law enforcement using a radar gun. Most radar detectors are used so the driver can r...
Radar detector - Wikipedia
Domestic Digital Bus (automotive)
Domestic Digital Bus, D2B, is an isochronous ring-based fibreoptical communications technology, with a bandwidth of 12 Mbit/s, specified by the Optical Chip Consortium for use in automotive applicatio...
Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems
A kinetic energy recovery system (often known simply as KERS, or kers) is an automotive system for recovering a moving vehicle's kinetic energy under braking. The recovered energy is stored in a reser...
Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems - Wikipedia
Windows Embedded Automotive
Windows Embedded Automotive (also previously known as Microsoft Auto, Windows CE for Automotive, Windows Automotive, and Windows Mobile for Automotive) is an operating system subfamily of Windows Embe...
Engine control unit
An engine control unit (ECU) is a type of electronic control unit that controls a series of actuators on an internal combustion engine to ensure optimal engine performance. It does this by reading val...
Blaupunkt
 Blaupunkt  GmbH is a German manufacturer of electronics equipment, noted for its home and car audio equipment. It was a 100% subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH until 1 March 2009, when its Af...
Blaupunkt - Wikipedia
Data logger
A data logger (also datalogger or data recorder) is an electronic device that records data over time or in relation to location either with a built in instrument or sensor or via external instruments ...
Data logger - Wikipedia
Alpine Electronics
Alpine Electronics, Inc. (アルパイン株式会社, Arupain Kabushiki-gaisha) is the consumer electronics subsidiary of Japanese electronic component manufacturer Alps Electric, specializing in car audio an...
Alpine Electronics - Wikipedia
AutoPC
A carputer or carPC is a category of mobile computer or tablet designed or modified specifically to be installed and run in cars. Originally these were based on industrial personal computer technology...