â€¢ In Las Vegas, the technology company is showcasing an inductive charging system which will permit fully automated battery charging without cables.â€¢ Another revolutionary system from Continental is AllChargeâ„¢, which enables electric vehicles to use any charging station, fill up with enough power for 190 miles in ten minutes, and â€“ without accessories â€“ deliver AC power for tailgate parties or power tools.
Custom-developed Hyundai models to be tested in pilot smart cities. Partnership aims to deploy autonomous vehicles quickly, broadly and safely. Hyundaiâ€™s new-generation fuel-cell vehicle to be first test model for joint project.
day conference and exhibition will look at all the key topics surrounding
connected and autonomous vehicle technology and how this fits into a new future
for mobility. The event is being organised in partnership with Coventry City
Council, Coventry University and WMG, at the University of Warwick and has
already attracted an array of leading international experts.
With each day there seems to come another advance in technology to enhance the way we live, work and play. Developments in electric and autonomous vehicles, how we generate and use electricity, and ways to store energy are just a few of the innovations that are changing the consumer landscape.
According to the new market research report published by MarketsandMarkets, the market is estimated to be valued at USD 2.86 Billion in 2020 and it is further projected to reach USD 33.72 Billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 50.9% between 2020 and 2026. The major factors driving the growth of the 5G infrastructure market include increasing demand for mobile data services, rising importance of software implementation in communication network, growth of machine-to-machine (M2M) communication in industries, and growing demand for high speed and large network coverage.
Automobile and truck manufacturers see automation as the surest means to reduce injury and death on motorways. Automotive sensing technology is set for a radical upgrade as engineers
add cameras, radar and LiDAR systems to cars and trucks like never