Individual - and collective – mobility will provide an even greater strain to infrastructure especially in densely populated urban areas considering that by 2030 60% of the world’s population will be living there. Here’s where comes in the concept of integrated mobility where vehicles and fleets of all kinds are part of a distributed network that can be overseen and controlled, and ultimately become autonomous, to organize traffic in a resource-efficient and climate-friendly manner yet providing an ever augmented driving experience.
To enable this vision, a set of mobility services including car positioning and navigation, eCall emergency system or fleet management just to name few are being developed. Their deployment is based on a growing set of in-vehicle telematics systems that in turn rely on advanced semiconductor solutions.
ST has a wide range of products and solutions spanning from SPC5 32-bit Power Architecture microcontrollers with an embedded hardware security module (HSM) to GNSS satellite navigation and wireless RF connectivity solutions as well as automotive-grade MEMS motion and environment sensors.