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Project puts autonomous vehicles on the roads around Oxford

Project puts autonomous vehicles on the roads around Oxford
  On the 5th September 2017, DRIVEN consortium unveiled the first three of its proposed fleet of six self-driving vehicles, a white and blue 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium hybrid, a 2017 Ford Mondeo hybrid and a Range Rover Evoque.
8th September 2017

Will self driving vehicles be AR's first big platform?

Will self driving vehicles be AR's first big platform?
A few years ago, augmented reality technology seemed primed to have a major cultural moment. Hyped up by tech blogs, Google Glass captured the public imagination before it was ever seen by consumers. People envisioned themselves walking around with computerised eyeglasses that projected ratings onto restaurants they passed and traffic reports onto roads they were driving. Author: Sam Chase, The Connected Car
8th September 2017

Chips chosen for Nissan LEAF automated parking system

Chips chosen for Nissan LEAF automated parking system
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced that its R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) for car infotainment and advanced driving assistant systems (ADAS) as well as its RH850 automotive control microcontroller (MCU) have been adopted by Nissan for the ProPILOT Park, a full-fledged automated-parking system, of its new LEAF, Nissan’s new 100% electric vehicle which debuted on 6th September 2017.
7th September 2017


Making fast food even faster

Making fast food even faster
Here is a riddle for you, what do Domino’s Pizza and Ford have in common? The two companies are teaming up to trial self-driving pizza delivery cars over in Michigan, US, to try and better understand how customers respond to and interact with autonomous vehicles. They are testing the water, and in the coming few weeks randomly selected Domino’s customers in Ann Arbor, Michigan will be faced with the option to accept their delicious pizza’s from a Ford Fusion Hybrid autonomous research vehicle.
30th August 2017

Do you trust driverless technology?

Do you trust driverless technology?
How much do you trust technology? Well it seems not that much, according to a new study by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the majority of people (66%) would be uncomfortable travelling in a driverless car at 70mph. The news follows last week’s announcement that the Government has awarded a contract to TRL to test platoons of driverless lorries on major British roads by the end of next year.
30th August 2017

Automotive TFT LCD display reference design

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to learn more about the TDA2x SoC for Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) applications.  
30th August 2017

Vehicle platooning to be trialled on UK roads

Vehicle platooning to be trialled on UK roads
Following a government funded feasibility study, the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) has been awarded a contract worth £8m to trial vehicle platooning on the UK’s roads. 
25th August 2017

ADAS technology receives positive feedback from first trade fair

ADAS technology receives positive feedback from first trade fair
  ADAS iiT has drawn positive conclusions from its first trade fair appearances at NIWeek and Automotive Testing Expo Europe. ADAS iiT presented a one stop solution for the simulation and validation of fully autonomous vehicles in a virtual environment (ADAS HiL, ADAS Sensor Fusion, ADAS V2X and GNSS, Data Management).
24th August 2017

GPS navigation app brings AR to the road

GPS navigation app brings AR to the road
GPS navigation app, Sygic, has announced its new augmented reality (AR) feature. More than 200 million Sygic users worldwide can engage with AR for an improved navigation experience on the road. Sygic’s new AR feature uses a smartphone’s GPS and camera to implement an augmented reality-powered GPS navigation system. With the AR feature, the driver no longer needs to follow a map on their phone. Instead, they’re guided by a virtual path on the smartphone camera preview.
23rd August 2017

The Internet of Moving Things - where IoT meets mobility

The Internet of Moving Things - where IoT meets mobility
  In this eBook, Mouser puts autonomous vehicles smack-dab in the middle of connected infrastructure and emphasises the Internet of Moving Things - where IoT meets mobility - because this intersection poses some of the most demanding and interesting design challenges.
23rd August 2017


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