Continental

25th May 2022

Continental’s Latest Battery Pack Protection Sensors Revealed

Continental has launched two new battery management sensors that claim to detect battery current and even impact damage. Its the Current Sensor Module (CSM) and the Battery Impact Detection...

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27th April 2022

Continental Shows Off Private and Public Infotainment Modes

Continental claims it has developed a dynamically operating infotainment display system that can switch between private and public modes. Its Switchable Privacy Display is said to be able to...

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5th October 2021

SME Fleets Still Hesitant Over Software Investment

More than a third of companies, mostly smaller organizations, are not using software solutions. This was among the findings of a Continental survey about the use of software for...

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13th September 2021

Weekly Brief: Germany Keeping the Auto Show on the Road

For the first time in two years, European automakers gathered last week to share their latest models with the general public. The IAA Munich International Motor Show was, in...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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1st September 2021

Continental’s Focus is on Self-Driving and Cars as Computers

Automotive supplier giant Continental will focus on presenting its views that cars must become mobile super-computers and be self-driving at the IAA Mobility Show in Munich. It envisages the...

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4th February 2021

Pitching for Commercial Level 4 Could be Better AV Ambition

The achievement of full Level 5 vehicle autonomy is, by many accounts, the “North Star goal” of all those involved with designing and building AV technology. The literal interpretation...

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3rd February 2021

Russia Attempts Road Map for AVs

Russian developers of driverless vehicles, intelligent transport systems and geographic information systems agreed to develop a unified format of a AV-specific open-source digital road model. The opening conference, held...

By Roman Nazarov

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6th January 2021

Get Ready for In-Vehicle HMI to get ‘Unreal’

Is the automotive HMI of the future a blank expanse of wood, cloth or plastic? In a concept BMW dubbed “shy tech” in its Vision iNEXT, controls lurk underneath...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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11th December 2020

Governments Must Help Consortia Drive Autonomous Progress

There are a number of consortia being created to push the way for us all to see connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) on our roads. Nissan, for example, has...

By Graham Jarvis

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10th June 2020

Continental Sets Out its Auto AI Ethics

Automotive supplier giant Continental has drawn up a code of ethics that AI should abide by to quell consumer disquiet about the robotic system. Acknowledging that AI is becoming...

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22nd April 2020

Putting the Fun Factor into Connected Cars

The future of in-car infotainment faces a digital crossroads. Automakers, content providers, network operators and Tier One suppliers are all wrangling with the unique opportunities offered by touch and...

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6th February 2020

Continental Expands US Radar Sensor Capability

Continental hopes to boost its production of radar sensors for autonomous vehicle functions with the construction of a new plant in the US. It announced the plans to build...

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