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Overcurrent detection for diagnostics in automotive safety systems

Overcurrent detection for diagnostics in automotive safety systems
The electrification of vehicles is occurring not only in powertrain systems such as traction inverters, battery management and electric power steering, but also in automotive safety systems such as anti-lock brake systems or automated driving. Knowing that these systems are operating within the correct operational guidelines will be vital to helping ensure vehicle safety. 
27th September 2019

Test system speeds up C-V2X communication

Test system speeds up C-V2X communication
The S.E.A. C-V2X Open Loop Test System from NI leverages 5G wireless cellular technology to provide high bandwidth and low latency communication for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications.
24th September 2019

Digital monitoring system for getting the most out of tires

Digital monitoring system for getting the most out of tires
The vehicles we drive and work with are becoming increasingly digital – from fleet management and remote diagnostics to data driven logistics, autonomous vehicles, IoT and much more. But while the tires are a crucial factor in a safe, efficient and economical operation, they have been all but invisible in terms of gathering digital real-time data. 
4th September 2019


Investment to increase road visibility and safety

Investment to increase road visibility and safety
Israeli startup TriEye, whose Short-Wave-Infra-Red (SWIR) sensing technology enables vision in adverse weather and night-time conditions, has expanded its Series A round to $19m with an investment from the German sports car manufacturer Porsche. The additional funding will be used for ongoing product development and operations, as well as team growth.
21st August 2019

New vehicle tracking system launched

New vehicle tracking system launched
u-blox and Arvento Mobile Systems, have announced the imminent launch of the brand new imt.x1 vehicle tracking system. Arvento’s imt.x1 is highly differentiated from other vehicle tracking devices on the market, thanks to its six-axis Gyro sensor which can sense 3-dimensional movement caused by emergency acceleration, panic braking and directional yaw and drift.
31st July 2019

The secrets inside of autonomous car safety

The secrets inside of autonomous car safety
There is a lot of debate about the safety of autonomous vehicles. What happens when an autonomous vehicle with no steering wheel has a major system fault while speeding down a highway? People can die. Safe Stop is the industry term for, when things go wrong, by which an autonomous vehicle is able to stop without human intervention.
31st July 2019

Cyber security solutions developed for connected vehicles

Cyber security solutions developed for connected vehicles
UltraSoC has announced that it has secured £2m ($2.51m) in support from Innovate UK, for an ambitious co-funded project that will improve the safety and security of tomorrow’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs). The project, a collaboration between UltraSoC, the Universities of Southampton and Coventry, and cyber security consultancy Copper Horse, aims to improve the security and safety of citizens and infrastructure by developing the world’s first on-chip monitoring solution for CAVs.
29th July 2019

New whitepaper on automotive cyber security and safety

New whitepaper on automotive cyber security and safety
UltraSoC has announced that it has joined AESIN (the Automotive Electronics Systems Innovation Network) to further its development of secure automotive systems with embedded monitoring capabilities. Such technology helps developers to verify that their products function securely and safely in the lab, and can also be used in-life, providing ongoing monitoring while the production system is in use.
10th July 2019

High speed oval track to test tyres year-round

High speed oval track to test tyres year-round
Nokian Tyres’ new testing centre in Spain enables year-round testing of summer, all-season and winter tires and the tracks will be ready in 2020. The total investment is estimated to be EUR 60 million. Despite some heavy rain during Easter time, the construction work of the new Nokian Tyres testing centre in Spain is proceeding in schedule.
9th July 2019

Can tyres help reduce CO2 emissions?

Can tyres help reduce CO2 emissions?
On World Environment Day, Nokian Tyres reminded everyone how drivers can impact air pollution. Car owners have more ways to make environmentally friendly choices than they may realise. One way is choosing tyres with a lower rolling resistance: this will save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions.
10th June 2019


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