Keysight Technologies, Inc., a leading technology company that helps
enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to
connect and secure the world, announced a new automotive cybersecurity
programme that enables automotive security professionals at car
manufacturers (OEM) and their suppliers (Tier 1) to ensure the safety of
their vehicles with proactive protection against cyberattacks
throughout the R&D and production process, as well as post sales.
To ensure that Australian electric vehicle drivers have a more seamless
charging experience, EV Connect has announced that it is joining St
Baker Energy Innovation Fund backed Australian company, Evie Networks,
as they build an ultra-fast highway charging network, the largest of its
kind in Australia.
The installation of a state-of-the-art Comau robot at one of the largest
and most historic automotive plants in the world represented a link
between past and future, with an event that celebrated the Mirafiori
plant’s 80th anniversary and beginning of construction of the assembly
line for the new Fiat 500 BEV.
Foresight Autonomous Holdings Ltd., an innovator in automotive vision,
announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Eye-Net Mobile Ltd.,
will conduct in Israel a large-scale trial of its Eye-Net cellular-based
accident prevention solution for the first time.
The BMW Group announced the successful completion of its project, in
partnership with the National Park Foundation, National Park Service,
and Department of Energy, to donate 100 electric vehicle charging
stations in and near to national parks throughout the United States.
Additionally, to date, more than 90 of the charging stations have been
installed, with the remainder on course to open this month.
The 100% electric Nissan LEAF is playing a key role in Latin America’s
first bidirectional vehicle charging system, launched in Chile in
cooperation between ENEL X, the Energy Sustainability Agency and Nissan.
Three months since the introduction of the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone
(ULEZ) in London, results of a year-long trial in the British capital
suggest that plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) commercial vehicles could
present the most practical, readily available option for businesses
trying to meet clean-air targets in cities.
The British Government announced that it is investing £37 million ($46.5
million) into British engineering to transform electric chargepoint
infrastructure, revolutionising the experience for the record levels of
ultra-low emission vehicle drivers on UK roads.