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22nd October 2020

Kia Showcases Multi-Collision ADAS in Sorento

Kia has installed its first multi-collision ADAS system in its new European specification Sorento SUV to showcase technology claiming protection during a typical high speed accident. Often on large...

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16th October 2020

Reasons Why Connected AVs will be Software-Defined

Microchip maker Nvidia and car manufacturer Mercedes are planning to roll out software-defined autonomous vehicles by 2024. They claim that the vehicles will be able to receive over-the-air (OTA)...

By Graham Jarvis

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12th October 2020

Nissan Joins Project for Urban AV Advancement

Nissan has joined a private-public funded UK pilot to explore autonomous vehicle mobility in city environments. The latest AV research project launched this month is dubbed ServCity and hopes...

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2nd October 2020

Using ADAS to Increase Revenue Streams

Surging demand for safety features, greater convenience and high efficiency in vehicles is fueling the demand for ADAS. That’s the view of Dr Anuja Sonalker, founder, CEO at Steer....

By Simmi Sinha

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1st October 2020

VW Eyes AV Boost with Camera Software Acquisition

Volkswagen is hoping to accelerate its driverless technology capabilities with the acquisition of an established front camera software business. Its subsidiary company, Car.Software Org, has acquired Hella Aglaia Mobile...

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18th September 2020

HiPhi Claims World’s First L4 Parking Technology

Chinese automaker Human Horizons will roll-out what it claims to be the world’s first Level 4 autonomous parking technology on its premium sub-brand’s HiPhi X model. Its newly developed...

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11th September 2020

Renault’s Thumbs Up for Dual Frequency AV Data Transfer

A UK automotive test systems supplier claims to have cracked the Wi-Fi data transfer interference issues that have been blighting real-world AV testing. AB Dynamics says the burgeoning use...

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11th September 2020

Cloud OTAs to Offer Future AVs Refreshed Brains

Driverless vehicles will, ultimately, be able to download new ‘brains’ from the cloud and 5G connectivity will hold to key to that capability. That’s the view of Hemant Sikaria,...

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8th September 2020

Building the Infrastructure to Suit Driverless Cars

The Caviar (Connected and Autonomous Vehicle: Infrastructure Appraisal Readiness) project is a program set up in a bid to understand the challenges connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) could face...

By Graham Jarvis

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31st August 2020

Weekly Brief: Automakers Must Stop Marketing ‘Dangerous’ Automated Tech

A Tesla driver traveling westbound on US Highway 64 in Nash County, North Carolina, slammed his Model S into a sheriff’s car last week. The force of the impact...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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28th August 2020

Ford Tests Bosch’s Automated Parking Technology

Ford is to start testing automated car parking technology that turns the vehicle into its own valet parker. The pilot is a joint experiment by the automaker, Bosch and...

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27th August 2020

Super Cruise Comes to Chevy Bolt EUV

Latest in the sneak peek of upcoming technology is the first official silhouette glimpse of the new Chevrolet Bolt EUV and refreshed Bolt EV. The headliner here is that the...

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