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European Microwave Week 2018
From Sunday 23 September 2018
To Friday 28 September 2018

eumw2018 logoEuropean Microwave Week, being held in the effervescent and wildly exciting city of Madrid, comes to Spain for the fi rst time ever. Bringing industry and academia together, European Microwave Week 2018 is a SIX day event, including THREE cutting edge conferences and ONE exciting trade and technology exhibition featuring leading players from across the globe. EuMW 2018 provides access to the very latest products, research and initiatives in the microwave sector. It also offers you the opportunity for face-to-face interaction with those driving the future of microwave technology.

 

 

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and meet Yole Développement's team on booth 292 !

Feel free to attend our presentations:

CMA Pro BlackBackground BW- "The automotive radar market" on September 26th during the workshop WW-02 Automotive Radar and HAD
Cédric Malaquin, Technology & Market Analyst, RF Devices & Technologies at Yole Développement

 Abstract: With the recent strong focus on safety, the market potential for ADAS has been extended to mid-end cars resulting in a production volume increase. Coupled to the fact that radars are well considered and employed by many brands: in 71% of cases for AEB. The automotive radar market consequently benefits from a 23% CAGR from 2016 to 2022. AEB application is the main driver for the 77 GHz long range radar market growth.Another trend with the advent of autonomous driving is the use of corner radar for the car 360° surveillance. These short and mid-range radar are supported by 24 GHz and more recently by 79 GHz module. The latest one being more suited for high resolution tracking which will be desirable for tasks such as target separation or even object recognition. Corner radars will be a must have for redundancy with other sensors such as camera or even Lidar for high-end robotic cars. In this presentation we will depict the radar market trend as well as the main technology evolution which can be expected for the next decade.

 

SEL SystemPlusConsulting 2018- "Automotive Radar Technology and Cost Overview" on September 26th during the workshop WW-02 Automotive Radar and HAD
Stéphane Elisabeth, Project Manager at System Plus Consulting

 Abstract: In the past decade, many companies already in the automotive market segment have invested in radar technologies. Now, with the emergence of autonomous car that becomes more and more realistic, an overview of all radar technologies available on the market could depict where we came from and where we will go in the future. Radar first found its root from a very large and complex system based on discrete components and GaAs amplifiers which are still used by some companies like Autoliv or Denso. Later on, with the introduction of SiGe technology, companies like NXP or Infineon have entered the market with compact transmitters and receivers associated with a rather low cost and high efficiency, enabling them to supply OEMs like Bosch or Continental. Furthermore for the next generation of radar chipset technology, these same companies along with new players such as Texas Instrument or Analog Devices introduced all-in-one transceiver based on SiGe or advanced node RFCMOS. In this presentation we will analyze many radar systems and chipsets and provide an overview of the cost related to each specific technology.

Location Madrid, Spain
December 2018
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