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Bosch electronics components plant in Changzhou

Bosch opens electronics components plant in China

Bosch has opened an electronics components plant in the south-eastern Chinese city of Changzhou.

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Bosch, manufacturing, China

Driverless shuttle in Greenwich

Gateway driverless shuttle trials start in Greenwich

Autonomous vehicles will be driving round the complex urban environment of Greenwich in London following the start this week of the latest phase of the Gateway Project, which is researching public acceptance of, and attitudes towards, driverless vehicles.

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Gateway, autonomous vehicles, TRL, Oxbotica

Andrew Patterson, Mentor's director of automotive business development

Mentor provides roadmap to level five autonomous driving

Mentor hopes to help tier ones and car makers met their autonomous driving goals with a platform that captures, fuses and uses raw data in real time from a wide range of sensors.

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Mentor, autonomous driving, Siemens, Mentor Graphics

Everlight's new factory in Taiwan

Everlight opens automotive LED factory in Taiwan

LED company Everlight Electronics has opened a factory in Taiwan for making automotive components.

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Everlight, LEDs, Taiwan

AutoSens attracts a global audience of automotive engineers

AutoSens in Detroit announces full agenda

Speakers from Cadence, Intel, NVidia and ST Microelectronics are set to be among the major highlights at the AutoSens automotive sensor exhibition due to be held in Detroit from 22 to 25 May 2017.

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AutoSens, Intel, Cadence, ST Micoelectronics, NVidia

Seat predicts stronger links between mobile phones and vehicles

Seat chief sees future cars as smartphones on wheels

Cars will increasingly become an extension of the mobile phone, enabling permanent, safe connection, according to Seat’s chief digital officer Fabian Simmer, speaking ahead of next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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Seat, Mobile World Congress, connected cars

Hyundai i30 wagon

South Korean car makers plan big push at Geneva Motor Show

South Korean car makers aim to expand their global market share, revealing new vehicles and concepts during next month’s Geneva International Motor Show, according to analysis by IHS Automotive.

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Geneva International Motor Show, IHS, Hyundai, Kia, Ssangyong

In-car entertainment revenue by channel in $bn

Futuresource predicts in-car entertainment to hit £36bn by 2021

As consumer attitudes to car ownership and driving begin to shift and technology companies shape the roadmap for autonomous vehicles, the global in-car entertainment (ICE) hardware market is on track to reach $36bn by 2021, according to Futuresource Consulting.

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Futuresource, in-car entertainment, market research

Intel senior vice president Doug Davis

Intel sees Elaine Chao appointment as “exciting opportunity”

Intel has welcomed the appointment of Elaine Chao as US secretary of transportation, describing it as “an exciting opportunity” for industry and government to work together to foster US leadership in self-driving cars and smart infrastructure.

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Intel, Elaine Chao

Nexteer steering on demand system

Nexteer reveals autonomous-ready steering at NAIAS

Nexteer Automotive unveiled its two latest steering technologies at this week’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The Steering on Demand and Quiet Wheel Steering technologies should, the company hopes, tap into the increasing automation of passenger vehicles.

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NAIAS, Nexteer, steering

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