Advanced-chassis microcontrollers

  • 05-Dec-2014 01:20 EST
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Renesas Electronics Corp.’s new RH850/P1x-C series is a high-end version of its RH850/P1x series of 32-bit automotive microcontrollers. The all-in-one solution is designed for sensor fusion, gateway, and advanced chassis system applications that will enable the types of advanced systems envisioned in the car of the future. To fully realize the autonomous vision of self-driving cars, Renesas Electronics believes that solutions are required in four areas—safety, security, sensors, and networks—and has leveraged its experience to develop the RH850/P1x-C series. According to the company, the new RH850/P1x-C combines, on a single chip, functional safety technology, security technology, and vehicle control network technology, which are the keys to realizing safe vehicle control. 

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