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Will we really see driverless cars on the roads by 2021?

Will we really see driverless cars on the roads by 2021?
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has suggested we will see driverless cars on UK roads by 2021, but will this actually be possible? Chris Hayhurst, European Consulting Manager at MathWorks investigates.
17th July 2019

Škoda launches ‘Parent Taxi’ app that charges kids in chores

Škoda launches ‘Parent Taxi’ app that charges kids in chores
Škoda UK has developed a new smartphone app, ŠKODA PARENT TAXI, which lets parents charge their kids via the currency of chores. Launched ahead of the summer holidays, the ŠKODA PARENT TAXI app has been created as part of new research by Škoda which found Britain’s parents drive approximately 1,648 additional miles a year ferrying their children around! That’s the equivalent of an incredible £12,565 worth of taxi fares if parents were to charge their kids the average London taxi cost-per-mile rate.
16th July 2019

Multifunction switch manufacturers seek aftermarket opportunities

Multifunction switch manufacturers seek aftermarket opportunities
The automotive multifunction switches market report summarises the macroeconomic factors that are likely to support the growth of the automotive multifunction switches market and the forecast factors that are expected to be the most influential factors in the proceedings of the automotive multifunction switches market.
10th July 2019


Ride a robot bus to the beach in Helsinki

Ride a robot bus to the beach in Helsinki
Helsinki has been determinedly testing robot buses since 2016. The pilots have developed and expanded year by year. This year, you can get on a self-driving bus in smart city district Kalasatama and on a record-long 2.5km route in the most eastern district Vuosaari. 
10th July 2019

Anatomy of a ransomware attack

Anatomy of a ransomware attack
There have been a few real-world cases where white-hat hackers and researchers have been able – in limited, controlled instances – to actually penetrate a car’s electronics and communications systems, take over the car’s steering and acceleration systems, and potentially do real damage. By Alan Grau, VP of IoT, Embedded Systems, Sectigo
9th July 2019

Contribution of engine lube oil to reduce European vehicle CO2

Contribution of engine lube oil to reduce European vehicle CO2
  A Ricardo report for ATIEL - the technical association representing manufacturers and marketers in the European lubricants industry - highlights the direct and indirect contributions that automotive engine lubricants can make to improved vehicle fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions.
3rd July 2019

Pico seeks beta test applicants for Ethernet protocol decoder

Pico seeks beta test applicants for Ethernet protocol decoder
The increasing use of ECUs in vehicles, and advanced signal processing, is driving the need for high performance automotive networks. 100BASE-T1 / BroadR-Reach has emerged as the physical layer standard for automotive applications.
2nd July 2019

European RED certification for C-V2X technology received

European RED certification for C-V2X technology received
Ficosa has reportedly become the first global manufacturer to receive European RED certification for its CarCom platform with Cellular-V2X technology. This platform integrates Qualcomm’s latest technology and has been certified in collaboration with Dekra Laboratories.
24th June 2019

Image recognition processor wins award for preventive safety

Image recognition processor wins award for preventive safety
According to Toshiba Electronics Europe, the Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation’s Visconti 4 image recognition processor was a key component in the driver assistance systems of the Toyota vehicles that recorded industry-leading scores in the 2018 Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP), the government program that assesses the road safety of new vehicles.
21st June 2019

Automotive electronics market to rake $430.13bn by 2026

Automotive electronics market to rake $430.13bn by 2026
The forecast for the global automotive electronics market, according to Acumen Research and Consulting, is anticipated to record a market size of around $430.13bn by 2026, the market is projected to grow at nine percent CAGR during the forecast period. 
17th June 2019


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