Keysight, Qualcomm aid GCF's C-V2X test plan
Keysight Technologies and Qualcomm Technologies have enabled the Global Certification Forum (GCF) to activate certification of a cellular vehicle-to-everything communications (C-V2X) test plan.
What might the road signs of the future look like?
It’s safe to say that the automotive industry moves at a fair rate of knots. Over recent years, we’ve seen monumental progression in regards to autonomous driving and electric car technology. With all of these dramatic technological advances, you may never have stopped and asked yourself, 'What might our road signs look like in the future with all these changes?'
Thermo King truck hybrid refrigeration units hit the road
Thermo King has announced that its new hybrid refrigeration systems for trucks and high-loaders are being delivered to customers across Europe. The new T- and UT-Series Hybrid refrigeration systems seamlessly switch between diesel and electric mode allowing transporters to operate in inner cities, residential areas and low emission zones with the unit’s diesel engine turned off.
UK automotive industry shows early signs of recovery
Scrap Car Comparison has shared encouraging insights that the UK automotive industry could be showing early signs of recovery. Data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that commercial UK vehicle production increased by 23.9% in June, with 4,144 vans, buses and trucks leaving production lines.
Formula E finale in a six-pack at Berlin
The races of the Formula E electric racing series, which were cancelled due to the pandemic, will be made up for on 5th and 6th, 8th and 9th, and 12th and 13th August 2020 at Berlin Tempelhof Airport. The races will be held with different track variants without spectators at the track and with smaller pit teams.
Long-range 4D imaging radar on a chip unveiled
Developer of affordable imaging radars for the automotive industry, RFISee is unveiling the first Phased Array 4D imaging radar on a chip. RFISee's all weather radar has proven its ability to detect cars from 500 meters and pedestrians from 200 meters, with an angular resolution greater than 1°.
What the future of fuel cell EVs looks like...
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) and Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) are considered by the most, as two competing technologies. Although both technologies power an electric motor, they have different properties and each of them is well suited for some uses more than others.
AIWAYS U5 all-electric SUV arrives in Corsica
AIWAYS, the Shanghai-based personal mobility provider, has arrived in Europe following delivery of the first batch of U5 all-electric SUVs in Corsica. The cars join the rental fleet at Hertz Corsica, operated by local company Filippi Auto, and are now available for residents and tourists to rent.
How car technology has changed over time
These days, if a car doesn’t have electric windows and power steering, it’s viewed as being almost antique. But, perks such as these haven’t always been a given. Exactly who invented the first-ever automobile may be up for debate - many believe it was Karl Benz - but what can’t be argued is that it certainly didn’t resemble the high tech vehicle we use today. Guest blog written by Jonathan Gilpin.
How smart tech is transforming the automotive industry
The automotive industry is laden with technological advancement - and always has been. Whether it be for safety, entertainment, comfort, or innovation, you can be confident that manufacturers are working tirelessly to develop the latest bit of tech every single day. Guest blog written by is Jonathan Gilpin.