Technology

10th January 2018

At CES, The Car Is Now the Platform

At CES in Las Vegas, Heavy Reading analyst Steve Bell is on the lookout for the biggest developments in artificial intelligence, 5G and smart cities technologies, and how these...

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8th January 2018

Ford drops diesel into F-150, finally

Ford’s best-selling pickup line-up kicks off 2018 with an all-new powertrain option in the form a first-ever-for-F-150 diesel engine. Debuting at the North American International Auto Show, the F-150...

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8th December 2017

Kuka offers robotic helping hand

Companies looking to add robots and automation to their manufacturing operations have a new option when it comes to testing and validating processes they may want to implement. German-based...

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24th November 2017

The Big Story: For EV batteries, future is now

What’s up next for electric-vehicle batteries? More of the same and that means it’s far from over for lithium-ion. Although there’s much hype around lower-cost, longer-range batteries to come,...

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1st September 2017

AR could point the real way forward

Research by Frost and Sullivan suggests that augmented reality heads-up displays (HUDs) will gain 10.4% of the European Union and North American market by 2025. The firm’s June 2015...

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21st July 2017

Building the blocks in auto cyber security

Automotive technology is leading the way in many new innovations so it’s not such a surprise that blockchain could soon be looking after the cyber security of cars. That’s...

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14th July 2017

Sharing data will smooth the road to smart mobility

PwC’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicles – Revolutionising Mobility In Society report finds that over 50% of all surveyed respondents feel that their mobility is restricted and yet the consultancy...

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16th June 2017

Engine downsizing comes with downside

Downsized turbocharged engines continue to grow in popularity because they offer impressive fuel efficiency and squeeze out the power. But there’s a downside. Their high-compression nature in certain circumstances...

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26th May 2017

The Disrupters: Navdy on the real power of AR

Augmented reality (AR) is still largely a prototype-level technology with the promise of game-changing features that could alter consumers’ daily lives. From work applications to entertainment, AR should offer...

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24th April 2017

Weekly Brief: Toyota beats Tesla to the punch with zero-emissions big rig

Elon Musk asked us to wait until September for a peek at the world’s first zero-emissions articulated truck. Toyota had different plans. Andrew Tolve reports Cars and trucks produce...

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7th April 2017

Smarter approach to EV battery requirements could lower costs

Battery suppliers continually are looking at ways to increase electric-vehicle range and lower costs by improving battery chemistry and manufacturing efficiency. Now they finally may be getting some help...

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2nd December 2016

NIO fast-forwarding the automotive user experience

The launch of a new hypercar is not normally of much interest to the IoT world, even one that uses electric motors to sprint from standstill to 125mph in...

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