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Retrofit driverless tech possibilities for the aftermarket explored by Louis Bedigian.
Also in the news are Samsung, Frankfurt Auto Show, Hyundai,...
Guidance clears the way for automakers and suppliers to test...
A sensor’s effectiveness can be proved ahead of getting an...
Paul, (Sep 4, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Audi, Ford, PSA, The US House of Representatives, Toyota, Mazda, Continental, Domino’s and Samsung.
Paul, (Sep 1, 2017)
The effects of deep learning, machine learning for the auto industry, explored by Susan Kuchinskas.
Paul, (Aug 28, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Audi, Toyota, Tesla, Uber, Bosch, TRL, DAF Trucks and DHL.
Paul, (Aug 25, 2017)
From airbags to autonomous, there could be commercially fatal risk to suppliers, thinks Graham Jarvis.
Paul, (Aug 21, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Intel, Waymo, Apple, Mobileye, Tesla, Royal Truck & Equipment, ZenDrive, GasBuddy, Toyota and Nissan.
Paul, (Aug 18, 2017)
Challenges of realising the platooning dream explored by Graham Jarvis.
Paul, (Aug 14, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Toyota, General Motors, Cruise, Maven Gig, Lyft and Hyundai Mobis.
WardsAuto, (Aug 10, 2017)
The driver can pull his hands from the wheel, peek out the window here and there and let adaptive cruise control manage the following distance of cars ahead. James M Amend reports.
Paul, (Aug 10, 2017)
Exploring ways combine the strengths of all sensor technology, investigated by Simmi Sinha.
Paul, (Aug 4, 2017)
How autonomous farms and farm machinery are forging ahead, explored by Eric Volkman.
Paul, (Jul 28, 2017)
The sheer size of manufacturers’ fleets will win the data battle for carmakers, Ford’s Doug VanDagens told Louis Bedigian.
WardsAuto, (Jul 21, 2017)
The automaker is targeting similar technology to be offered across its Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun brands. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
Paul, (Jul 21, 2017)
On-board ECU platforms’ influence on autonomous cars, explored by Andrew Williams.
Paul, (Jul 17, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Ford, Volvo, Lexus, Toyota, Toyota AI Ventures, Nauto, BMW, Microsoft and Honda.
Paul, (Jun 30, 2017)
Autonomous tech raises the risk bar for automotive suppliers, Akerman’s Gail Gottehrer told Paul Myles.
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