Schaeffler has recognised the enormous potential of hydrogen technology
as an energy carrier of the future and has developed key components for
fuel cells and fuel cell stacks called ‘metallic bipolar plates’.
Elektrobit (EB), a global supplier of embedded and connected software
products for the automotive industry, announced a cloud-based tool for
end-to-end validation of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and
autonomous driving (AD) systems.
Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport, organised by Roads and
Transport Authority (RTA) Dubai, attracted more than 700 technology
leaders and innovators as well as 3000 visitors of the accompanying
Chassis development for Polestar 2 is in its final stages as the new
electric performance fastback is being readied for production in early
2020. As an electric performance brand, Polestar is focused on creating a
unique driving sensation that sets Polestar cars apart and offers
drivers a fun and engaging experience.
Leading North American transit bus manufacturer Nova Bus announced the
launch of LFSe+, its newest fully electric bus, at the American Public
Transportation Association’s TRANSform Conference in New York City.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited has selected five startups for Proof of
Concept (PoC) under its Mobility & Automobile Innovation Lab (MAIL)
programme. This will help accelerate these concepts towards real-time
BYD launched the first pilot plan to incorporate pure electric buses
into Costa Rica’s public transportation system, in partnership with
BYD’s local dealership, the Office of the First Lady of the Republic,
the Costa Rican Energy Institute (ICE), the National Force and Light
Company (CNFL) and the University of Costa Rica (UCR).
From the 14th October to the 8th November 2019,
throughout the Paris-Saclay urban campus, a panel of some 100 people
will use Groupe Renault’s on-demand car service as part of the
‘Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab’ project.
Continental announced that it has entered into a collaborative
evaluation partnership with 3M to assess the infrastructure-to-vehicle
(I2V) interface between infrastructure-related objects and technologies
(including pavement markings, conspicuity film, signs and other
landmarks on or near the roadway environment), and vehicle-related
Society is increasingly seeking to build a safer, more comfortable
automotive society through advancing automated driving and reducing
traffic accidents. To achieve this goal, Panasonic has developed a
driverless automated valet parking system and an AR-HUD (Augmented
Reality Head-Up Display).
XL, the leader in vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and
municipal fleets, made two significant announcements designed to
capitalise on the company’s current momentum and position the business
for rapid, sustainable growth in 2020 and beyond.