At CES 2017, NXP announced it will advance security for the IoT with Microsoft. The solutions will be demonstrated at CES and combine the best of hard- and software security with other capabilities such as voice control and self-learning algorithms, for use in smart homes, connected cars, and smart connected devices.
From Jan. 4-8, Microsoft, NXP, IAV and auto mobility partners, Cubic Telecom, Esri, and Swiss Re, are showcasing their collective vision of safe and secure end-to-end mobility through a highly automated driving demonstration and experience. Vehicle-to-vehicle communications will continue to gain relevance, especially in the US, since the US Department of Transportation proposed a rule to mandate the technology in new cars.
The new Rinspeed “Oasi,” a self-driving electric vehicle on display in Las Vegas, will use a wealth of NXP technologies for enabling securely connected, self-driving cars, including radar “cocooning,” V2X communications, automotive NFC, NXP BlueBox Sensor Fusion, long-range RFID and many more. Advanced sensing technology allows the system to capture a 360-degree view of the vehicle’s surroundings with pinpoint precision.
To drive innovation for future wearable technologies, NXP revealed results from a new R&D test bed that supports development of products and applications using embedded Secure Element (eSE) technology, which underscores the company’s ongoing commitment to invest in the future development of secure payment, transit, authentication and other services for connected devices.
NXP announced the SAF4000 – the world’s first fully integrated software defined radio solution capable of covering all global broadcast audio standards, including AM/FM, DAB+, DRM(+) and HD. The new IC represents a breakthrough in simplifying the development of high-performance infotainment platforms as it combines six ICs, thus replacing today’s multi-chip solutions with a single ultra-compact RFCMOS device.
NXP introduced the i.MX 8M family of applications processors specifically designed to meet increasing audio and video system requirements for smart home and smart mobility applications.
The company also introduced the new roadmap for the LPC MCU portfolio based on the LPC800 and LPC54000 series with a robust pipeline of ARM Cortex-M-based devices for next-generation consumer and industrial IoT applications.
To help make connections faster and more reliable on smartphones, tablets, wearables and small Internet of Things (IoT) devices, NXP announced its new wireless local area network (WLAN) Low Noise Amplifiers (LNA) with Integrated Switch. Additionally the company introduced the easiest way to add Near Field Communications (NFC) technology to Hexiwear wearable devices with the new MikroElektronika NFC click, powered by NXP.
NXP unveiled the industry’s first Type-C USB solution that fully charges mobile, computing and virtual reality devices in less than an hour. The end-to-end solution is the smallest in market and includes unique rapid charging coupled with USB PD PHY for the first fully compliant Type-C Port Controller (TCPC) implementation.
Also at CES 2017, NXP introduced the first high-power wireless charging solution for notebooks and 2-in-1 tablets, with up to 100W of delivered power, covering a wide range of power supply requirements for this segment. Wireless charging has been a popular addition to smartphones and other small portable electronics. Portable computing devices, however, need considerably more power than available from smartphone chargers. This new NXP solution now allows consumers to have a truly cord-free experience with notebooks and 2-in-1 tablets, even with their higher power consumption requirements.
NXP has more than 100 demos from the smallest microcontrollers to the complex networking infrastructure that powers the new smarter world in the Smarter World Tour truck. In addition to the truck, NXP will also have an adjoining pavilion to showcase a variety of solutions.