In connected car news this week were Tesla, Aurora, Continental, DHL, NEXO, Excelfore, Veoneer, Zenuity, SMK Electronic Partners and CAARESYS. Tesla – Doggie Duty, Sentry & New Batteries Tesla will add two new software feature
With the “Snap,” presented at the CES in Las Vegas in early 2018, Swiss powerhouse of ideas Rinspeed for the first time presented a vehicle, where the chassis (“Skateboards“) and bodies (“Pods”) can be swapped
In automotive cybersecurity news are Synopsys, SAE, Mitsubishi Electric, Singtel, Argus Cybersecurity, IAR Systems, IAR Embedded Workbench and a blockchain study. Synopsys & SAE Guidelines Synopsys, Inc. and SAE International, a global association of engineers
Hand gestures, head nods and thumbs-up signals all help to ensure drivers, pedestrians and cyclists know what each other is doing. But how will self driving vehicles, with no human driver, communicate with those around them?
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc. released Version 6 of the Total Human Model for Safety (THUMS*) virtual crash dummy software. Researched and developed for over 20 years by the two
Subaru loves pets, at the LA Auto Show they had pet kissing booth at the Chicago Auto Show it be hosting a pet adoption e through partnerships with two local animal shelters – ALIVE Rescue
CarMD.com Corp., a leading provider of car repair data and automotive diagnostic solutions, released its 2018 CarMD Vehicle Health Index™ Make and Model Reliability Rankings. Published annually since 2011, this Index analyzes check engine repairs