E-scooter fleet launched for US smart city residents
Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners (CLPC) is on a mission to solve many of the technology issues facing cities and municipalities around the country. For many, the term 'smart city' is an unclear concept. For Peachtree Corners, Georgia, it’s about empowering the latest in emerging technologies to solve real world problems.
Partnership to meet government electric vehicle mandates
SAKOR Technologies has begun supplying a variety of systems for hybrid and electric vehicle testing and high voltage battery testing and simulation to Indian automotive manufacturers and regulatory agencies.
Imagination receives ISO 26262 process conformance from HORIBA MIRA
Imagination Technologies has achieved ISO 26262 process conformance following a successful audit of its Functional Safety Management System by HORIBA MIRA. HORIBA MIRA is a global provider of engineering, research, and test services to the automotive, defence, aerospace and rail sectors. OEMs, Tier 1s and semiconductor vendors can integrate Imagination’s IP with the confidence and knowledge that it is ISO 26262 capable.
Pushing the envelope for ADAS with advanced memory technologies
Driver assistance systems such as cruise control are now part of the standard specification in a modern vehicle. ADAS Level-2 (L2), partial automation, and the first Level-3 (L3) conditional automation systems are in the market, but the journey to full automation still has some years to go. Here, Frank Ferro, Senior Director of Product Marketing for IP cores at Rambus explains.
Is there light at the end of the EV tunnel?
We could all do with a bit of good news right now, not least in an especially hard hit industry like automotive. But there is some light at the end of the tunnel: signs are that the electric car market will be energised when we do emerge from the current situation, and that’s good news for both industry and the climate. Charley Grimston, Co-founder of Altelium explains.
What impact will smart technology have on our driving experience?
Like all industries, the automotive sector is constantly evolving with new smart technology – for example, dash-cams, key finders and the emergence of in-car Bluetooth. Car manufacturers constantly compete in the technological stakes to keep one step ahead in what is very a competitive market, but just what might car tech look like in the future? In this article, SEAT servicers Vindis, delve into the future.
Let’s talk about the future of automotive
There are few industrial markets undergoing a more rapid change and experiencing the impact of technological innovation, than the automotive sector. Whether it be ADAS, electric vehicles, V2V and V2X, power train, or battery management, applications for electronics technology within the humble car know no bounds. A team of experts from Texas Instruments’ automotive division recently assembled to discuss the latest trends in the market and t...
China to enforce electric vehicle safety by 2021
Thermal runaway in electric vehicles (EVs) is a major concern for potential consumers, manufacturers and regulators, as thermal runaway of lithium ion batteries is the main cause of fires in EVs. Several high-profile vehicle fires, stationary energy storage fires in South Korea and bus fires in China have made headlines in recent years, as a result, China plans to enforce electric vehicle safety by 2021.
HUBER+SUHNER announce continuous EV charging at 500A
HUBER+SUHNER has launched the RADOX HPC500; a new addition to the RADOX high power charging portfolio. According to the company, it is the world’s first cooled charging cable system that allows continuous EV charging at 500A even in high temperature environments.
Einride partners with Oatly to electrify transport
Swedish technology company that designs and develops technology for freight mobility, Einride has announced that it will be partnering with Oatly, the original oat drink company, to transition to a sustainable transport solution with all-electric vehicles in the Swedish market.