–ADAS, infotainment, daisy-chaining and more: check out the potential for in-vehicle connectivity–
Las Vegas, CES 2017 – Jan. 5, 2017 – The HDBaseT Alliance, a cross-industry group tasked with promoting and advancing the HDBaseT standard, will be demonstrating the capabilities and benefits of HDBaseT Automotive in partnership with Alliance members Delphi and Valens.
HDBaseT Automotive is the only technology that enables tunneling of up to 6 GB per second of video and data, with native networking capabilities and virtually zero latency, over a simple, low-cost and low-weight infrastructure (15 meters or 50 feet of a single, unshielded-twisted-pair (UTP) cable).
At CES 2017, we invite you to check the HDBaseT difference:
- At the Delphi booth (North Plaza, Gold Lot, NP1), witness how HDBaseT optimizes multi-sensor cameras for reliable ADAS operation.
- At the HDBaseT Alliance booth (South Hall, # MP25477), meet Valens representatives and check out HDBaseT Automotive networking, 1 GB transmission over a single UTP, and daisy-chaining of displays and cameras to optimize and simplify in-vehicle connectivity.
“In the past year we have made remarkable strides in the advancement of HDBaseT Automotive. The Alliance has welcomed several new automotive members, and the Automotive Working Group was established to tailor the HDBaseT specifications to automotive requirements. It is a testament of our success to have Delphi, Valens, and others demonstrating HDBaseT Automotive at CES 2017.”
Ariel Sobelman, President, HDBaseT Alliance
“Delphi joined the Alliance in the early days of HDBaseT Automotive, as we recognized the potential of such in-vehicle connectivity technology. Delphi is creating safer, greener and more connected transportation. By working with the Alliance, we can offer new connected car solutions to OEMs and end users everywhere for a broad range of applications. At CES 2017, we will be demonstrating HDBaseT Automotive for ADAS applications.”
Chris Reider, Vice President, Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Architectures, Delphi
“Performance, reliability, features, costs. There are many challenges involved with the connected car, broadening the range of opportunities for Valens and for the HDBaseT Alliance. In 2016, Valens has its first automotive design win, and we continue to push for better and more efficient solutions in this market.”
Micha Risling, Head of the Automotive Business Unit, Valens
About the HDBaseT Alliance
The HDBaseT Alliance advances and promotes the adoption of HDBaseT technology as the global standard for ultra-high-definition, digital connectivity. Since its founding in 2010 by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Valens, the Alliance has brought together the leading names in the consumer electronics, professional AV, industrial and automotive manufacturers, and it counts today with more than 180 members and thousands of products.
Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) is a high-technology company that integrates safer, greener and more connected solutions for the automotive sector. Headquartered in Gillingham, U.K., Delphi operates technical centers, manufacturing sites and customer support services in 44 countries. Visit www.delphi.com.
Established in 2006, Valens provides semiconductor products for the distribution of uncompressed ultra-high-definition (HD) multimedia content. The company’s HDBaseT technology enables long-reach connectivity of devices over a single cable and is a global standard for advanced digital media distribution in several sectors, such as audiovisual, automotive, industrial PC and consumer electronics. Valens is a private company headquartered in Israel. For more information, visit www.valens.com.