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Continental Tech Talk: The Automotive Software

Continental Tech Talk: The Automotive Software

On the sidelines of Auto Shanghai 2021, Continental Automotive held a virtual tech talk. Ashish Bhatia brings out the focus on automotive software touched upon in the session. on the sidelines of Auto Shanghai 2021, Continental held a virtual tech talk under its new initiative, ‘The Continental Tech Show Around The World 2021’. Focussed on software, the session spanned the[Read More…]

by December 26, 2021 World
“You have to push subsystem
automation so far and make these
machines so capable of monitoring their
health, their performance, that along the
way you can deliver these back to the
customers as simplifications.”
- Brett McClelland, CNH industrial

Autonomy Kicks Up Some Dust

Machines that move, haul and plough earth can capitalise on autonomous systems today via increased safety and productivity in the field and significant cost savings writes Ryan Gehm. Autonomous operation for on-highway commercial vehicles has grabbed headlines and public attention, rightfully so since these haulers increasingly will share the roads with passenger vehicles. But there is a lot of interesting[Read More…]

by September 19, 2021 OFF-Highway
Goodyear and Plus Collaborate on Autonomous Trucks

Goodyear and Plus Collaborate on Autonomous Trucks

Press Release The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company today announced a strategic collaboration with Plus (formerly Plus.ai), a global provider of self-driving truck technology, to provide optimised, autonomous trucking solutions that elevate the intelligent and connected transformation of the logistics Industry. Through this collaboration, Goodyear & suite of services, including connected tires, will further enhance transportation efficiency and safety for[Read More…]

by August 23, 2021 SMART TRANSPORT
Autonomous bus trial

Autonomous bus trial

The Los Angeles Transit Authority is planning an autonomous bus trial. Team CV Bus manufacturer New Flyer will donate 60 vehicles to the city of Los Angeles to test collision avoidance systems. Industry sources claim that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is spearheading a project that will commence in 2020, and will test sensor-based collision avoidance systems designed[Read More…]

by February 15, 2018 World