Accelerating digital transformation across the world, Volkswagen launched Volkswagen Connect, an intelligent connected vehicle assistance system followed by a brand new Lapiz Blue body color across its popular carlines Polo, Ameo and Vento.
Momenta, a China-based autonomous driving company, announced that it has secured a new round of funding from industry-leading strategic investors and government funds at a valuation north of $1 billion, making Momenta the first autonomous driving unicorn company in China.
Addressing the demand of advanced automotive systems such as Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles, Western Digital Corp. introduced the first 3D TLC NAND automotive embedded UFS flash drive (EFD), expanding its portfolio of high-quality, high-endurance automotive storage solutions.
ZF is developing a three-dimensional Interior Observation System (IOS) capable of detecting and classifying vehicle occupants, determining their size, location and position, and whether or not they are in active control of the vehicle via the steering wheel or monitoring the automated driving systems, all key data to assist with advanced safety and automated driving functions.
EVgo announced that the exact location and availability of more than 1,000 EVgo electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers will be populated on Google Maps, adding another way EV drivers across the country can quickly and easily find an EVgo fast charging station to fuel up and get back on the road.
Blink Charging Co., a owner, operator and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging station products and networked EV charging services, announced that it has teamed up with Google Maps to assist EV drivers in locating its charging stations.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., announced two new automotive solution brands, Samsung Exynos Auto and Samsung ISOCELL Auto, to bring cutting-edge application processor and image sensor technology solutions to the road.
The BMW Group, Northvolt and Umicore have formed a joint technology consortium in order to work closely together on the continued development of a complete and sustainable value chain for battery cells for electrified vehicles in Europe.
Ford is trialling a new way in which connected car technology could set us on that journey â€“ and that takes its lead from how humans negotiate their way through busy crowds, by slowing down or speeding up to avoid collisions, without coming to a standstill.