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“Cockpit of the future” stirs images of giant pillar-to-pillar screens and lavish immersive user experiences. Those are coming in ultra-premium luxury EVs as soon as this year, but in the world of high-volume personal vehicles and commercial trucks, there will be many different cockpits of the future, delineated by purpose, segments and price. Many won’t have screens at all; they will be BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
Companies and investors are pumping billions of dollars into the autonomous vehicle sector for the chance to score big in this nascent market. Early movers are getting a jump on the competition with partnerships, pilot projects and production. This article analyzes survey results related to AI and Communications.
Developers and investors are pumping billions of dollars into lidar technology for the chance to score big in this nascent market. Early adopters getting a jump on the competition with partnerships and production.
Next-generation E/E architectures will create new business models for automakers and suppliers. But a Wards Intelligence survey shows few see themselves as pacesetters, and there’s some uncertainty about where the best monetization opportunities are. The massive change in operations, and the associated costs, will put constraints on the timeframe and depth of the changes in infrastructure and vehicle architectures that OEMs will be able to address.
Sensors provide data about the surroundings so AVs can safely share the roads with others and navigate a dynamic environment reliably without the need for driver intervention.
Self-driving vehicles take data from sensors and use it to interpret the surrounding environment. AI software determines the current situation and location, then controls the speed and plots a path to the target destination.
AVs from GM, Cruise, Audi, Honda, Toyota and Baidu are beginning to trickle out of factories, as the self-driving dream starts to become a reality. Development time, lagging regulations, varying safety requirements, rare edge cases, and sensor issues are challenges to this emerging industry.
The supplier says its new cross-domain engineering approach will help Bosch keep pace with the three megatrends – electrification, automated driving and connectivity – that are transforming the industry.
Intelligent visual tech developed by Kyocera creates an optical illusion suggesting the front elements of an auto are totally transparent when seen from the interior.
AdaSky believes its night-vision sensor can make pedestrian-crash-avoidance technology work more reliably. A push in the right direction from regulators and other testers could help convince automakers.
A close look at the industry's direction for Li-ion battery recycling and reuse, including the technology options and key players involved.
Vitesco’s Beyza Sarioglu, vice president-Electrification Technology North America, discusses a path forward to faster charging, longer-range electric vehicles and how ready the industry is to follow.
In-depth case studies and analysis of how mobility providers are working with cities to shape the future of urban transportation.
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