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‘Weather factory’ puts cars through their paces

‘Weather factory’ puts cars through their paces
A new Environmental Test Centre has been opened by Ford, the centre puts all the world’s weather under one roof, enabling engineers to test vehicles in demanding conditions.
18th June 2018

Student team head to Audi's autonomous driving competition

Student team head to Audi's autonomous driving competition
  Five students from the University of Leicester are one of only ten teams selected from across Europe to compete in the Audi Autonomous Driving Cup 2018 - where the next generation of innovators will demonstrate how they could help to shape the future of autonomous vehicle technology.
11th June 2018

Driver support systems take safety to the next level

Driver support systems take safety to the next level
Better traffic safety and enhanced working environment for drivers are expected as Volvo Trucks has introduced its new driver support systems to assist steering of heavy trucks.
11th June 2018


Jumping in the driving seat to transform connected cars

Jumping in the driving seat to transform connected cars
  Midlands Future Mobility will use over 50 miles of Coventry and Birmingham roads to establish the Midlands as a world class UK centre for the development, and evaluation of, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) and related technologies and services.
8th June 2018

Making driverless cars change lanes like human drivers do

Making driverless cars change lanes like human drivers do
In the field of self-driving cars, algorithms for controlling lane changes are an important topic of study. But most existing lane-change algorithms have one of two drawbacks: Either they rely on detailed statistical models of the driving environment, which are difficult to assemble and too complex to analyse on the fly; or they’re so simple that they can lead to impractically conservative decisions, such as never changing lanes at all.
25th May 2018

Synchronous buck converters provide low EMI performance

Synchronous buck converters provide low EMI performance
Automotive designers can significantly lower EMI and increase efficiency with the pin-compatible MAX20073 and MAX20074 buck converters from Maxim Integrated Products. The compact converters, which according to the company offer the industry’s lowest EMI performance for low voltage Point-of-Load applications, are suitable for automotive infotainment and ADAS applications.
24th May 2018

Are the roads safer with self-driving cars?

Are the roads safer with self-driving cars?
A new report has examined the impact of automated vehicles on road safety and cyber-security vulnerabilities. Automated vehicles promise more safety by eliminating crashes linked to human error. But claims that self-driving cars could avoid 90% of road deaths by eliminating these errors are untested, the new report by the International Transport Forum has found.
23rd May 2018

Data management supports autonomous driving research

Data management supports autonomous driving research
Quantum has named AutonomouStuff LLC its primary partner for storage distribution in the automotive market, enabling them to deliver Quantum’s comprehensive end-to-end storage solutions for both in-vehicle and data center environments. Quantum’s StorNext-powered scale-out storage provides high performance ingest of data into the data centre when test vehicles return to the garage, thereby speeding time to result for sensor-generated in-vehicle data.
18th May 2018

Bringing advanced safety features to more vehicles

Bringing advanced safety features to more vehicles
Renesas Electronics and Magna, a mobility technology company are aiming to accelerate the mass adoption of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) features with a new cost efficient 3D surround view system designed for entry- and mid-range vehicles. The 3D surround view system adopts Renesas’ high performance, low power System-on-Chip (SoC) optimised for smart camera and surround view systems.
18th May 2018

Dash cams feature integrated GPS with speed alarms

Dash cams feature integrated GPS with speed alarms
Global provider of vehicle dash cams, Mio, has launched its MiVue C Series of dash cams. The cameras are a driving assistant and include features such as night vision, auto power on to record whole journeys, 3 Axis G-Sensors to instantly store footage when a sudden change in movement is detected and high definition quality video capture.
14th May 2018


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