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Wearable AR tech drives future for automotive technicians

Wearable AR tech drives future for automotive technicians
Renault Trucks is rolling out its innovative remote mentoring solution, ‘Optiview’ in its workshops across the country. Equipping technicians with RealWear HMT-1 headsets will enable them to significantly speed up repairs and maintenance for its customers. 
15th August 2019

Autonomous vehicles ready to serve in Japan

Autonomous vehicles ready to serve in Japan
Vecow has announced an achievement in the Japan market. After passing critical real driving tests, the driverless shuttle buses and driverless trucks in Japan, powered by Vecow embedded engines, ECX-1400 RTX2070, ECX-1400, and ECS-9200M, are ready to serve you on the way to airport, station, highway and warehouse in 2020.
13th August 2019

What are the trends in autonomous vehicle security?

What are the trends in autonomous vehicle security?
Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are going to transform our driving habits, the transportation industry and wider society. We’ll not only be able to hail a car to our doorstep and send it away once used, but AVs will also challenge the concept of car ownership and have a positive impact on the environment and congestion. However, one topic remains high on the agenda: security.  By Marc Canel, Vice President of Strategy, Security, Imagination Technologies
13th August 2019


Bloodhound LSR to run at Hakskeen Pan track in Autumn 2019

Bloodhound LSR to run at Hakskeen Pan track in Autumn 2019
The Bloodhound Land Speed Record project today announced plans to run the Bloodhound LSR car for the first time on its dry lake bed race track at Hakskeen Pan, Northern Cape, South Africa, in October 2019. Following successful 200mph (320km/h) UK runway trials at Cornwall Airport Newquay in October 2017, the team will be targeting 500mph (800km/h) – a key milestone on the journey to setting a new world land speed record.
8th August 2019

Nokian Tyres’ US factory produces first test tyre

Nokian Tyres’ US factory produces first test tyre
Nokian Tyres has produced the first test tire at its factory in Dayton, Tennessee, USA. The first tyre, a Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 in size 205/55R16, marks the beginning of trial production, as Nokian Tyres remains on schedule to start building tires for commercial sale in the early part of next year. 
8th August 2019

Latest generation of transmissions for Formula E season 2020

Latest generation of transmissions for Formula E season 2020
Ricardo is to begin manufacture of the latest range of transmission designs for the ABB FIA Formula E Championship 2020. This marks the start of the company’s fourth year of supporting customers in the all-electric street race competition. The FIA Formula E Championship started in 2011; nine manufacturers take part, including Jaguar, BMW, Audi, Nissan, DS and Mahindra.
5th August 2019

The impacts of autonomous driving on Europe’s automotive industry

The impacts of autonomous driving on Europe’s automotive industry
  The automotive industry is one of the key sectors of Europe’s economy and its largest manufacturing industry, providing over 12 million direct and indirect jobs and representing about 5.6% of the EU workforce. It is also a leading source of technology development, giving rise to innovations that benefit many other sectors.
31st July 2019

Rising to climate-change challenges by reducing environmental effects

Rising to climate-change challenges by reducing environmental effects
Nokian Tyres is reducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the rolling resistance of its tires and cutting energy emissions from their manufacture. This socially responsible company wants to be at the forefront of combating climate change and its effects, through intervention at every stage of a tire’s lifecycle.
25th July 2019

Congestion is up but new technology signals way forward

Congestion is up but new technology signals way forward
TomTom (TOM2) today released the results of the TomTom Traffic Index, a report detailing the traffic situation in 403 cities in 56 countries around the world. Edinburgh takes the top spot in the United Kingdom this year with drivers expecting to spend an average of 40% extra travel time stuck in traffic.
25th July 2019

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


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16th October 2019
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