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Autonomous vehicle trial in Coventry

Coventry moves autonomous vehicle trials to public roads

The UK’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicle technology has moved onto public roads, with the Autodrive project starting in-city trials on the streets of central Coventry.

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Qualcomm is helping Mercedes with race-day communications

Qualcomm helps Mercedes F1 speed communications

Qualcomm and the Mercedes Formula One team have extended their long-standing partnership in developing and testing high-speed wireless communications, as well as the wireless transfer of power for Formula One.

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Argus will become part of Continental's Elektrobit subsidiary

Continental acquires cyber-security company Argus

To strengthen its capabilities in automotive cyber security, Continental has acquired Israeli company Argus Cyber Security. It will become part of Elektrobit, Continental’s stand-alone software company.

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Onsemi 2.6Mpixel AR0233 cmos image sensor

Onsemi cmos platform aims to improve image quality

On Semiconductor has announced a cmos image sensor platform to improve performance and image quality in automotive applications such as adas, mirror replacement, rear and surround view systems, and autonomous driving.

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Nissan autonomous driving test in Tokyo

Nissan tests autonomous driving on Tokyo roads

Nissan has demonstrated a prototype of its autonomous driving technology, planned for real-world use from 2020, on public roads in Tokyo.

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Richard Bellairs

Guest blog: Government security guidelines take necessary step

In a guest blog, Richard Bellairs from PRQA welcomes UK government guidelines on automotive cyber security

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Audi concept car

Audi pushes autonomy with concept cars

Audi showed its autonomous driving strategy at the Frankfurt Motor Show with the new Audi A8 incorporating conditional automated driving at level three as standard. Two concept cars were also demonstrating the car maker’s vision for levels four and five.

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Frankfurt Motor Show

Autonomous trends at Frankfurt Motor Show

Ian Fletcher, principal analyst at IHS Markit, looks at the trends in electrification and autonomy technology at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which starts this week

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The Nissan Leaf uses Renesas technology for automated parking

Renesas helps Nissan Leaf with automated parking

The new Nissan Leaf, which debuted this week, uses the Renesas R-Car system-on-chip for car infotainment and adas as well as its RH850 automotive control MCU for the ProPilot Park, a full-fledged automated-parking system.

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