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Critical cyber security risks in the automotive industry

Critical cyber security risks in the automotive industry
Application security provider, Synopsys, and SAE International, have released the report, ‘Securing the Modern Vehicle: A Study of Automotive Industry Cyber security Practices’. Based on a survey of global automotive manufacturers and suppliers conducted by Ponemon Institute, the report highlights critical cyber security challenges and deficiencies affecting many organisations in the automotive industry. 
7th February 2019

Vector snaps up TESIS to strengthen test portfolio

Vector snaps up TESIS to strengthen test portfolio
Vector, a specialist in developing and testing software and vehicle electronics has completed a full takeover of Munich-based TESIS which specialises in simulation solutions for virtual road testing – in particular, real time-capable engine and vehicle models.
6th February 2019

Will 2019 be the year of driverless cars in the UK?

Will 2019 be the year of driverless cars in the UK?
Following the government plans to scrap the dedicated safety driver requirement in driverless cars, the vehicles could be on Britain’s roads by the end of the year. The Department of Transport has predicted that this change has the potential to make the UK a front-runner in driverless technology. 
6th February 2019


Development lab for eco-friendly automotive solutions

Development lab for eco-friendly automotive solutions
Semiconductor specialist serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, STMicroelectronics, has worked with Hyundai Autron to outfit and open a joint development lab in Seoul. The Autron-ST Development Lab (ASDL) provides an environment for engineers from both companies to collaborate on pioneering for eco-friendly vehicles, with a focus on powertrain controllers. 
4th February 2019

Partnership to strengthen automotive cyber security capabilities

Partnership to strengthen automotive cyber security capabilities
Specialist in automotive cyber security, Argus Cyber Security, and Singtel, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on several initiatives to strengthen the cyber security capabilities for Singapore’s transportation sector, facilitating the introduction of connected cars and new technologies such as autonomous vehicles.
4th February 2019

Real Driving Emissions centre wins global award

Real Driving Emissions centre wins global award
The new Real Driving Emissions (RDE) Centre, recently opened by MAHLE Powertrain, has been recognised as a contributor to the powertrain design process by an international awards panel. The Northampton, UK facility won the coveted Engine Test Facility of The Year category in the Automotive Testing Technology International (ATTI) Awards last month
31st January 2019

Government warned over future of train manufacturing

Government warned over future of train manufacturing
Britain’s rail manufacturing could be shunted into the sidings Unite warned, as it urged the government to support UK manufacturing by investing in rail infrastructure and awarding rolling stock contracts to UK factories. The call, in a letter from Unite assistant general secretary Steve Turner to the transport secretary Chris Grayling comes on the same day as Unite signs a recognition agreement covering over 750 workers at Hitachi’s Newton Aycliffe train manufacturing facility.
30th January 2019

PROFLOW range extended to support Land Rover and VAG Group vehicles

PROFLOW range extended to support Land Rover and VAG Group vehicles
Two new part numbers have been added to Mark Water Pumps’ PROFLOW range of automotive water pumps, boosting support for modern Land Rover and VAG Group applications. As a major water pump supplier to OEMs, users can be confident of a component that offers a long service life and OEM levels of performance.
28th January 2019

Will car owners be easier to cheat when advanced tech is introduced?

Will car owners be easier to cheat when advanced tech is introduced?
  The largest association of vehicle workshops in the Nordic countries warns that car owners will be easier to cheat when advanced technology is introduced. The automotive industry is undergoing a paradigm shift of never seen kind, said Bo Ericsson, CEO of the Swedish Vehicle Workshop Association (SFVF).
23rd January 2019

Two eyes see more than one and this applies to V2X receivers

Two eyes see more than one and this applies to V2X receivers
Vehicle‑to‑everything, or V2X, is a groundbreaking technology with the potential to dramatically improve road safety, saving thousands of lives each year. Developed and tested over decades, it uses wireless communication to offer vehicles 360° awareness of what’s going on around them, beyond line of sight, and with up to one kilometre range.
21st January 2019


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