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The audio-system supplier wants to filter out unwanted or annoying noises heard during phone calls and dictation. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
Also in the news this week are Audi, Renault, Volkswagen,...
Louis Bedigian looks into the auto tech’s crystal ball for...
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Paul, (Aug 10, 2017)
The autonomous vehicle's role in future mobility, investigated by Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Aug 4, 2017)
Final-mile deliveries could spearhead LCV robotics, Daimler’s Thomas Moser tells Paul Myles.
Paul, (Jul 31, 2017)
Also in the news this week are BMW, Volvo, Uber, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Google, Mitsubishi and Daimler.
Paul, (Jul 24, 2017)
Also in the news this week are General Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, TomTom, Bosch, Continental, Grab, Washington State, Travelers, TrueMotion and Amica Mutual Insurance.
Paul, (Jul 21, 2017)
Blockchain holds the aces in automotive security, CyberCar's CEO Pat Kennedy and vice-president Chuck Spaur tells Paul Myles.
Paul, (Jul 14, 2017)
Graham Jarvis investigates how automated and connected mobility can influence the roadmap to intelligent traffic management.
WardsAuto, (Jul 10, 2017)
Continental is investing heavily in electrification and autonomous technology but still sees a bright future for “boring” car tyres. Drew Winter reports.
Paul, (Jul 10, 2017)
Also in the news this week are BMW, INRIX, EasyPark, Comma.ai, NHTSA, HERE, Octo Telematics and Omoove.
Paul, (Jul 7, 2017)
Key product validation and safety challenges associated with the rapid growth of ADAS, explored by Ginny Weeks.
Paul, (Jul 3, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Toyota, GATEway Project, UK Smart Mobility Living Lab, Amazon, Whole Foods, General Motors Fleet and MapAnything.
WardsAuto, (Jun 30, 2017)
Report by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute indicates EVs are much cleaner than conventionally powered vehicles. Joseph Szczesny reports.
Paul, (Jun 26, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Renault, Nissan, NUMA, Continental, INRIX, Google and Tesla.
WardsAuto, (Jun 16, 2017)
The not widely known culprit is called low-speed pre-ignition, or LSPI, an abnormal combustion phenomenon. Steve Finlay reports.
Paul, (Jun 16, 2017)
Carmakers have an unique weapon to wield in any fight with Silicon Valley, Aquaa Partners’ Paul Cuatrecasas told Paul Myles.
Paul, (Jun 12, 2017)
In the news this week are Harman, IBM, BlackBerry, Qualcomm, Green Hills Software, TomTom, Bosch, Skoda, Honda and Jaguar Land Rover.
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