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Driverless cars on our roads by 2021, say UK Government

Driverless cars on our roads by 2021, say UK Government
In what some may describe as a rambunctious prediction, Chancellor Philip Hammond will unveil ambitious driverless car investment plans in tomorrow’s budget. These plans aim to roll-out fully autonomous cars on UK roads by the year 2021, as part of other significant technology investments in Artificial Intelligence (AI), 5G networks and STEM education.  
21st November 2017

ATI deliver increased productivity for automotive ECU development

ATI deliver increased productivity for automotive ECU development
  Supplier of Measurement, Calibration and Diagnostic (MCD) tools, Accurate Technologies (ATI) has announced the release of an Ethernet version of its well-proven A8 Electronic Control Unit (ECU) high speed Serial Interface module. Ethernet connectivity enables reliable long distance connections of up to 50m and improved data transfer rates.
20th November 2017

Driverless vehicle on display in Madison

Driverless vehicle on display in Madison
Like many of today’s fully loaded cars, which offer capabilities such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and automatic parking, the Navya passenger shuttle capitalises on such cutting-edge technologies as Lidar, GPS, cameras, dynamic driving algorithms, and more in the features that enable its passengers to arrive safely at their destinations. One feature that’s noticeably missing, however, is a steering wheel. And space for its driver.
15th November 2017


Duo develop emulation solutions for automotive applications

Duo develop emulation solutions for automotive applications
With its high performance, capacity, scalability, and support for standard-based connectivity protocols, ZeBu Server enables full system verification of complex automotive SoCs and research of fault detection and fault recovery mechanisms. The partnership aims to shorten automotive system design cycles and increase design quality compliant with industry standards using ZeBu Server.
15th November 2017

Konrad Technologies acquisition opens door to automotive test

Konrad Technologies acquisition opens door to automotive test
Konrad Technologies has acquired V I Engineering. Konrad Technologies gets two strategic attributes to enable the acceleration of the expansion of Konrad capacity to serve the North American market for automated test solutions; industry acknowledged expertise in the National Instruments toolchains & platforms and local access to the vibrant technology hub in Detroit focused on Autonomous Driving and Electric Vehicles.
15th November 2017

WWI tank replicated and celebrated as a centenary tribute

WWI tank replicated and celebrated as a centenary tribute
The EXCAVATOR giant JCB together with TV personality, Guy Martin engineered a tribute to all the tanks who played a helping role in changing the course of the First World War. Now the story of the tank’s role and its modern-day recreation will be told in a Channel Four documentary ‘Guy Martin’s WW1 One Tank’ on Sunday, 19th November at 8pm.
13th November 2017

Bringing graphics to automotive displays with MCUs

Bringing graphics to automotive displays with MCUs
Altia and Cypress Semiconductor has announced the Altia HMI code generation support for the Cypress Traveo Automotive Microcontroller (MCU) family. The combination provides automotive manufacturers with a cost efficient platform to deliver sophisticated graphics with advanced functionality for instrument clusters, HUDs and HVAC displays.
10th November 2017

Automotive electronic systems market just keeps growing

Automotive electronic systems market just keeps growing
According to data presented in the 2018 edition of the IC Insights’ IC Market Drivers - A Study of Key System Applications Fueling Demand for Integrated Circuits that will be released later this year, automotive electronic system sales are forecast to rise by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.4% from 2016 through 2021, which is the highest among six major end-use system categories (Figure 1).
10th November 2017

Lets make every part fit for purpose

Lets make every part fit for purpose
Are you looking for ways to speed up manufacturing or cut out costs? Let’s take a leaf out of Henry Ford’s ideology, here is good place to start. When the automobile pioneer built the first ever mass moving assembly line for his Ford Model T car, he set in motion a new benchmark for automation and design. Guest piece by Terry O’Reilly, Manager, NT CADCAM.
9th November 2017

Car broken down? The Ethereum blockchain can fix it

Car broken down? The Ethereum blockchain can fix it
The transactional maintenance and repair platform reshaping the $1.8 trillion vehicle lifecycle industry, CarFix, has announced its ICO for the VLB token on 27th November. By embracing leading blockchain technology, CarFix is issuing the VLB token, and hopes to change the face of one of the most obsolete industries in the world. CarFix will take a comprehensive approach to streamlining the relationships in auto sales, auto repair, auto insurance and auto finance industries.
9th November 2017


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