SK telecom along with Hyundai Motor Co. and Seoul National University to take part in a South Korean government initiative to develop a
public transport system based on the lines of autonomous driving
Veoneer, Autolivâ€™s electronics business, has been selected by a world leading automaker as a partner to develop and produce mono
vision camera systems comprised of camera hardware, software and
SSB will launch its new service on June 1, 2018, SSB Flex will pool similar journey requests in three areas to provide additional, more flexible journey options in certain high-traffic areas or at specific times in order to supplement the existing transportation services offered.
Ten electric Solaris Urbino 12 buses will reinforce the fleet of Hamburg public transport operator Hochbahn. In line with the agreement two of the commissioned vehicles shall be supplied in autumn this year. The remaining ones will be handed over in September 2019.
The number of electric vehicles worldwide is growing rapidly and BP is working across the supply chain to support the development of the technologies and infrastructure required to support that growth.
HERE Technologies has announced the launch of a new over-the-air (OTA) solution for automakers to use in connected vehicles, which is aiming at ensuring data, software and firmware transfer between the cloud and the vehicle is secure.
The eSync Alliance announced that Hella has become its latest member, joining existing Alliance members to build an industry wide bi-directional pipeline to electronic devices in the automotive market.
Volkswagen Group has officially opened the Volkswagen Group Campus Tel Aviv in the presence of the Israeli Minister of Economy, Mr. Eli Cohen. The Campus named "Konnect" will provide local partners and start-ups direct access to the Volkswagen Group and its many brands.
Certas Energy is currently installing charge points across the UK following a nationwide lease agreement with electric charging company InstaVolt, emphasising the message that the highest levels of service are available to every motorist on its forecourts.
Copenhageners can look forward to jumping on a self-propelled minibus when Nordhavn becomes part of the large EU-supported AVENUE project. The self-propelled buses must â€“ once the license has come in place â€“ show how new technologies can tie the city together in a safe and sustainable manner.
Designworks has been tasked by the commission from IONITY to design a European
high-power-charging (HPC) network for electric vehicles. IONITY is a
joint venture between the BMW Group, Daimler, Ford, and Volkswagen AG
pursuing the objective of making e-mobility ready for long-distance