SEAT has put a fleet of electric eMii prototypes into circulation to kick off the carsharing service aimed at the more than 1,000 employees of the SEAT Metropolis:Lab Barcelona and the Pier 01 Barcelona Tech City, the benchmark hub for Europeâ€™s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
HOZON Auto Autonomous Vehicle Research Centre (Silicon Valley) has officially opened in the United States, marking a crucial step-forward in building out its global strategic R&D layout, and opening up a new path for global autonomous driving technology.
A short vehicle front, flowing lines, two LIDAR sensors integrated into the roof â€“ with the first teaser images, the manufacturer of smart electric cars, BYTON, piques curiosity just before the Beijing Motor Show about its second vehicle â€“ an attractive designed premium sedan model.
Momentum Dynamics Corporation, the global leader in fast, efficient high-power wireless charging for electric vehicles, has commissioned the nationâ€™s first 200-kilowatt wireless charging system for a battery-electric transit bus fleet. The first of its kind wireless charging system is now operational on a BYD K9S bus at Link Transit in Wenatchee, Washington, representing the future of electric mass transit.
Engenie, a London-based company specialising in electric vehicle (EV) rapid charging, has received a substantial capital investment from Investec, which will allow the business to reach its network target of 1,500 rapid chargers across the UK.
Through their ambitious timelines for the deployment of high levels of automated driving, OEMs are driving the rapid deployment of autonomous vehicles and the growth of sensor types that underpin the technology.
At its first ever Energy Technology Product Showcase, OVO unveiled a range of products that together with its intelligent platform VCharge will form the components of a distributed, domestic energy system for the future.
Fastned, a company that is rolling out a network of fast charging stations throughout Europe, has won a tender from the North East Combined Authority (NECA) and Newcastle University to realise two fast charging stations in the city centres of Newcastle and Sunderland.
Owners of certain Kias can now control a number of vehicle functions â€”such as start and stop the engine and heat or cool their cars, depending on model and model yearâ€”using simple voice commands from the comfort of their home.