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Duo use electric power to drive into the future

Duo use electric power to drive into the future
From the very outset, Würth Elektronik eiSos has been a technology partner to the Formula E racing team founded by ABT Sportsline. Now it’s official: Following the takeover of the team led by FIA Formula E world champion Lucas di Grassi by Audi, Würth Elektronik eiSos has become technology partner of the new team under the name of Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler.
10th October 2017

How can we relieve the pressure on London's transport system?

How can we relieve the pressure on London's transport system?
A report has been released from the Commission on the Future of London's Roads and Streets which looks at how the capital could tackle the conflicting pressures on its transport system. Some of the reforms proposed include introducing a cashback scrappage scheme as part of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone, benefiting motorists who pay ULEZ charges frequently, replacing the Congestion Charge with a pan-London, pre-pay smart road user pricing scheme and encouraging households to give up their parking permits through incentives such as Oyster or car club credits.
10th October 2017

Automotive manufacturing investment for the future of mobility

Automotive manufacturing investment for the future of mobility
Automotive technology, systems and components supplier, DENSO has expanded its US footprint with a $1bn investment in its Maryville, Tennessee location. The investment is part of DENSO's commitment to advancing automotive innovation in North America, and will significantly increase the role North America plays in the global trend toward vehicle safety and electrification.
10th October 2017


Will “One for the road?” soon be “One on the road?”

Will “One for the road?” soon be “One on the road?”
The closer autonomous vehicles inch towards a day-to-day reality, the more questions the concept seems to throw at us. Despite assurances from autonomous vehicle pioneers such as Elon Musk, there are still reservations around how, for example, automated vehicles will interact with each other and their surrounding environment, and how will the issues around security be resolved?
9th October 2017

Partnership formed for composite materials joining technologies

Partnership formed for composite materials joining technologies
bigHead Bonding Fasteners, a UK manufacturer best known for designing and creating the world’s most recognised bonding fastener have come together with Cranfield University to form a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), which is focussed on new joining technologies for composite materials. Here, Dr. Lawrence Cook who leads research and development work on matrix-polymers and adhesives at Cranfield, talks about his views on the close working partnership with bigHead.
9th October 2017

The technology that is shaping the transport industry

The technology that is shaping the transport industry
When we talk about the radical developments in technology today, we can't help but be amazed by the kind of effects digitisation has on our daily lives. The transport industry is no stranger to various technology trends, and here, Cheryl Chandola examines just some that will impact transport in the future.
9th October 2017

Can London change today and tomorrow with new technology?

Can London change today and tomorrow with new technology?
  A British business and innovator in the connected car space, Tantalum has submitted its deadline day response to the Mayor of London’s draft Transport Strategy.
3rd October 2017

What is the best alternative long-haul fuel?

What is the best alternative long-haul fuel?
By replacing diesel with liquefied natural gas or biogas, CO2 emissions from heavy trucks can be drastically reduced. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is used primarily in industrial operations, but it has excellent prerequisites for being a competitive vehicle fuel with considerable environmental benefits. This is the opinion of Volvo Trucks, which is now intensifying its development of gas-powered trucks for heavy regional and long haul operations.
27th September 2017

Could this be the end of car door handles as we know them?

Could this be the end of car door handles as we know them?
Car keys have come a long way from their original iterations as simply pieces of custom-cut metal that could be inserted into a vehicle's ignition system. Remote keyless systems were first introduced in the early 1980s, allowing drivers to unlock their vehicle from a distance with the push of a button. They've become so commonplace, it's hard to imagine a time without them. Author: Justin Tejada, The Connected Car
26th September 2017

Vehicle analytics market worth $3,637.4m by 2022

Vehicle analytics market worth $3,637.4m by 2022
According to the new research report 'Vehicle Analytics Market by Application (Safety and Security Management, Traffic Management, Usage-Based Insurance), Component, and End-User (OEMs, Service Providers, Automotive Dealers, Fleet Owners, Regulatory Bodies, and Insurers) - Global Forecast to 2022', published by MarketsandMarkets, the vehicle analytics market is expected to grow from $1124.1m in 2017 to $3637.4m by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.5%.
22nd September 2017


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