Automotive and Energy Revolution
The automotive industry continues embracing its electronic technology revolution, further fusing with the energy ecosystem. By 2020, 90% of cars will be connected and by 2030, 30% will be electric. Dramatic increases in the number of sensors and applications in new automobiles have evolved the vehicle from an IoT endpoint to a network edge hosting clusters of connected IoT devices. Car electrification has grown from simple batteries to complete self-contained power grids. Car networks need to be optimized for power efficiency — sensors, communications, centralized processing, and power conversion — along with higher throughput data connectivity and enhanced security.
We help ensure complete vehicle systems work reliably, conform to standards, and provide the needed safety and security through our comprehensive automotive and energy solutions.
Total Solutions for e-Mobility
Electro mobility (e-Mobility) represents the concept of using electric powertrain technologies, in-vehicle information, communication technologies, and connected infrastructures to enable the electrification and connectivity of vehicles.
Deliver Automotive Innovations through Cross-Domain Technologies
Whether you are an automotive OEM, electronic components supplier, semiconductor chipset manufacturer, battery and charging infrastructure provider, or compliance lab — we provide bumper-to-bumper test solutions, across the whole ecosystem for your connected car innovations.
- LEDs (headlights, dashboard displays)
- eCall / ERA-Glonass
- Fuel injection module
Power train and engine management (MiL, SiL, HiL)
- Adaptive lighting control
- Radar collision avoidance
- Tire pressure monitoring
- Infotainment / Navigation modules
DVD, hands-free telephony, GPS
- Power steering control
- Personnel occupancy detection systems
(PODS) for Air Bag Systems
- Remote keyless entry
- Automotive Ethernet and Serial Buses
- Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) / Electric Vehicle (EV) battery and inverter
- Onboard charger for HEV / EV
- Electronic stability control module
- Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications
Ensure Better Safety in Autonomous Driving Environments
As automotive connectivity increases, the vehicle becomes subject to possible security attacks. Intrusion testing for the telematics electronics control unit (ECU) helps detect where vulnerabilities might exist. Keysight helps by delivering penetration testing into the telematics unit of a car, which increasingly has a Wi-Fi/LTE connection that enables a driver to unlock the car, turn on the engine, and do over-the-air (OTA) software updates. Perform additional security testing with BreakingPoint on OEM private clouds providing data services such as maps, traffic, and weather updates for their connected cars and autonomous cars.
Automotive and Energy Seminar Series
This series will cover a broad range of subjects including debug/validate high-speed digital automotive interfaces; cellular and Wi-Fi multimode for automotive applications; automotive ethernet debug and compliance; high-speed power electronics; power converter design and test; understanding the power integrity ecosystem; EMC compliance and the connected car; and automotive radar testing.
Automotive Material Science
Automotive batteries and components are mission critical. As they are subject to harsh operating and environmental effects, it is crucial that material science supports the needs of these components to withstand a myriad of physical and chemical wear and tear parameters.
Empower the future of vehicle electrification technology
Renewable and sustainable energy is becoming an important consideration as the world’s demand for energy continues to rise. Energy efficiency determines the success of your innovations, whether you are doing R&D on new smart grid technologies, testing for electric vehicles, manufacturing batteries, or enabling the power semiconductor devices that regulate many of these innovations.
See how Keysight solutions can help with solar grid energy efficiency and emulate high-power, high-voltage electric vehicle battery testing, cell self-discharge characterization, and power device modeling.
- Find out why you should consider using 1,500 V Photovoltaic Inverters
- Evaluate Lithium Ion self-discharge in a fraction of the time traditionally required
- Increase reliability and efficiency in your power converter designs with tips from our experts
Keysight has the design and test solutions you need to help you maximize energy efficiency: