Xpeng Motors debuts its ready-to-sell production car at the International CES 2018 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. It is also the first mass production version of the intelligent car released by Chinese carmakers at CES.
Panasonic Corporation has developed a scalable ePowertrain platform, a solution for the effective development of small electric vehicles (EVs). The platform is a systematised application of devices used in the EVs of major global carmakers, and is intended to contribute to the advancement of the coming mobility society.
Speaking on the topic of autonomous driving at CES 2018, Mobileye
CEO Professor Amnon Shashua explained that millions of cars hitting the
streets this year, simply equipped with a front-facing camera and
Mobileyeâ€™s new fourth-generation EyeQÂ® system-on-chip, will play a
crucial role in the delivery of a driverless future.
Innoviz Technologies, a leading provider of LiDAR sensing solutions, announced the commercial launch of InnovizProâ„¢, a stand-alone, solid-state, MEMS-based scanning LiDAR solution offering the most accurate and reliable performance of any LiDAR sensor available on the market today.
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a collaborative cross-industry effort developing an open platform for the connected car, announced that AGL is now in Toyota vehicles around the world. AGL also announced five new members, including Amazon Alexa, which joined as a Silver member.
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.