Firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) services enable firmware downloads and updates for any of the specific electronic control units (ECUs) inside a car.
With the number of ECUs in vehicles increasing, sharing diagnostic and operational data from on-board systems and components can help car makers to reduce recall expenses, increase product quality and operational efficiency, as well as deliver post-sale vehicle performance and feature enhancements.
Updates need resilience to cyberattacks – cybersecurity – is of paramount importance.
We offer a full range of telematics processors, 32-bit microcontrollers and secure elements, ensuring the highest level of security and helping protect vehicles from malicious attacks.
Firmware Over-The-Air block diagram
|STEVAL-ISA158V1||38 V - 2 A synchronous step-down switching regulator evaluation board based on the A6986||Quick view|
|SPC582B-DIS||Discovery Kit for SPC58 2B line||Quick view|
|SPC58EC-DISP||Discovery Kit for SPC58EC - C line||Quick view|
|SPC58NG-DISP||Discovery Kit for SPC58NG - G line||Quick view|
|SPC5-UDEDEBG||PLS JTAG debugger software full license or license renewal|
|EVAL-L5963||L5963 Evaluation board|
|EVAL-L5963Q||L5963Q evaluation board|
|SAMPLES-AUTOPMIC||Automotive Voltage Regulators & System Basis Chip Evaluation Tool|
38 V - 2 A synchronous step-down switching regulator evaluation board based on the A6986
Automotive Analog and Power
|L5963||Dual monolithic switching regulator with LDO and HSD|
Automotive Infotainment and Telematics
|STA1385||Telemaco3P automotive family of telematics and connectivity microprocessor|
|SPC58EC80C3||32-bit Power Architecture MCU for Automotive General Purpose Applications - Chorus family|
|A6985F||38 V 0.5 A synchronous step-down switching regulator with 30 uA quiescent current|
|A6986||38 V 2 A synchronous step-down switching regulator with 30 uA quiescent current|
|A6986F||38 V 1.5 A synchronous step-down switching regulator with 30 uA quiescent current|