TechInsights is pleased to announce that the Linley Fall Processor Conference powered by TechInsights - a Hybrid Event, will be held in Santa Clara, California on November 1-2, 2022. If you cannot attend in person, tune in to our virtual livestream or watch the presentations OnDemand at your convenience.
In this 30 minute webinar followed by a live Q&A session, TechInsights / Strategy Analytics’ Christopher Taylor, Lead Analyst and Radu Trandafir, Lead Technology Analyst, will examine key decisions faced by OEMs when choosing components to help you understand how market-leading approaches stack up.
Watch the 2-part video discussion that TechInsights’ own Dr. Stephen Russell and PGC Consultancy’s Professor Peter Gammon created to take a closer look at how groundbreaking improvements of ROHM’s 4th Gen SiC MOSFET, fits into the broader SiC market.
TechInsights has procured the Innovusion Falcon - an industry-leading automotive-grade LiDAR that has been chosen as the standard configuration for the NIO ET7 autonomous driving system. Given the sizeable opportunities for LiDAR manufacturers , many players in the market are looking to secure deals with large auto groups and auto makers.
TechInsights recently attended AutoSens Brussels 2022, held September 12-15th at Autoworld in central Brussels. This blog provides some highlights of recent CMOS Image Sensors developments and trends from the event.
The Apple iPhone 14 launch marks the first time Apple launched an iPhone product series with two different processors. The iPhone 14 base models have last year’s Apple A15 Bionic processor, and the more expensive 14 Pro models have the newest Apple 16 Bionic processor. TechInsights has several ongoing Teardowns on the new iPhone 14 series models.
Apple introduced an upgraded main rear cam on the baseline model iPhone 14, a revised front camera module on the iPhone 14 Pro/Max and of course a long-anticipated rear camera resolution upgrade that finally came to the iPhone 14 Pro/Max.
Security and surveillance camera equipment is frequently required to perform in challenging lighting conditions. Based on multiple customers demands for performance upgrades to their STARVIS system, Sony have developed the IMX662, the latest from the STARVIS 2 family of image sensors.
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