ADAS + V2X Trumps Self-Driving

Radar waveforms have long been associated with defense electronics systems and early-warning systems in military applications. But radar technology is also bringing new levels of safety and [...]

Hella Develops Communication Concept for Automated Vehicles

Before pedestrians cross the road in front of a car, they usually seek eye contact with the driver. This could change in the future. Because when fully automated vehicles are on the road, the [...]

Seven Pillars to Secure Self-Driving Cars

Sandeep Chennakeshu, president of BlackBerry Technology Solutions, recently introduced the white paper entitled “Cybersecurity for Automobiles: BlackBerry’s 7-Pillar Recommendation,” which [...]

Car Companies Take Battery Design into Their Own Hands

The battery is a delicately engineered device, with the power density and recharging speed determined by the cell’s chemical composition, shape and size, and its reaction to extremely high and [...]

ADAS Needs V2X to Meet ITS Goals

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are clearly making a difference in vehicle safety as more cars include them and as drivers learn to use them. However, further gains in safety are [...]

A 15-Minute Battery Charge by 2022, Says Honda

Honda is working on a new battery technology that by 2022 would permit fully electric cars to run 240 km (about 150 miles) on a single 15-minute charge. First reported in Nikkei Asian News, Honda [...]

Will We Ever Stop Gridlock?

Mobility is essential for urban life but in growing megacities like New York, commuters still spend hours stuck in traffic jams. Urban areas are packed with taxis circulating in different [...]

Combine AUTOSAR Standards for High-Performance In-Car Computers

Adaptive AUTOSAR paves the way for expandability in ECU software in vehicles. By replacing the trusted domain controller architectures with powerful control units via new processors, Ethernet, [...]

Achieving Wireless Coexistence

Automobiles have always been major electrical noise generators. Ignition noise blanked AM radio reception in early models until the auto makers figured out how to eliminate it. Then, as more [...]

Infotainment: What’s Next & the Challenge of Testing It

Infotainment systems have become a central hub for a number of vehicle functions, all running on a large touch display generally in the center of the dashboard. With vehicle and driver [...]

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