Systems

5th November 2020

Ford’s Automated Steering to Avoid Bling-Spot Swipes

Ford has linked its existing blind-spot detection and collision automated steering functions to mitigate accidents involving a side-swipe. The new feature is aimed at the situation where a driver,...

0

7th October 2020

Ducati Fires Up Production of World’s First Full Radar Bike

Ducati has begun mass production of its as yet unseen Multistrada V4 adventure tourer boasting a world first with radar sensors front and back. This technology not only brings...

0

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5763841573539412748
6th October 2020

Aspects of Electrified Drivetrain Development and Vehicle Integration

This presentation will provide a glimpse of drivetrain trends in the automotive industry. Specifically, Kiran will discuss the influence of electrified propulsion systems on powertrain development, and review hybrid...

0

SPONSORED
15th September 2020

Testing the Vehicle ECUs of Tomorrow Today – The NI Automotive Journal

Brought to you by:   Stay up to date with the latest automotive industry testing trends, including best practices in validation and production test, as well as NI solutions...

National Instruments

0

4th October 2019

Study Claims Autonomous Braking is Dangerous

Research by safety specialists claims autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems are inadequate placing pedestrians in danger. The study by the American Automobile Association of America (AAA) alleges vehicles with...

0

1st August 2019

Dielectric Cooling Being Heralded as BEV Breakthrough

A consortium of auto suppliers and academics is claiming a breakthrough in BEV battery pack temperature management. M&I Materials, Ricardo and the WMG, University of Warwick have announced a...

0

31st July 2019

Ford Acquires Military Robotics Company in Autonomous Drive

Ford has turned to an US military robotics supplier to advance its ambitions in autonomous driving. The automaker has acquired Michigan’s Quantum Signal which boasts extensive work developing robotic...

0

16th May 2019

Nissan Claims Hands-Off Single-Lane Cruising in Next Gen ADAS

Nissan has unveiled its next-generation ADAS suite claiming it will be hands-off autonomous capable in single-lane situations, where regulations allow. The system, named ProPilot, will be available in Japan...

0

10th May 2019

Platooning MAN Trucks Claim Fuel Savings But Driver Interventions

MAN Trucks says its highway platooning trials have shown fuel savings of up to 4% but with drivers having to intervene every 1,240 miles. While the automaker claims to...

0

10th May 2019

Vauxhall Finds Fleets Favoring ADAS

Fleet managers are budgeting for ADAS in their vehicle choices as the cost savings of adequate safety features increasingly affect the business bottom line. That’s the findings of UK...

0

20th March 2019

Volvo Takes Nanny-State-Of-Mind to New Heights

Way back in the 1950s when Volvo gave away its patent for the car’s first three-point seat belt to other manufacturers, many motorists scoffed. These safety doubters would have...

0

RoboSense Admits Long Way to Go For Driverless Tech
18th March 2019

RoboSense Admits Long Way to Go For Driverless Tech

Sensors used by autonomous vehicles’ LiDAR and artificial intelligence systems still need serious development before driverless journeys can become commonplace. Leilei Shinohara, vice-president of LiDAR maker RoboSense, admitted that...

0