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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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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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Cenex-LCV: Data platform to power transport innovation

At today’s Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle event in the UK, the Transport Systems Catapult (TCS) has launched a first-of-its-kind data facility that will enable access and analysis of various data sources to help address challenges in transport.

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Cypress Truck Lines is using SmartDrive to improve driver safety

Case study: Cypress Truck Lines improves driver safety with video programme

A look at how a Florida-based flatbed carrier is benefitting from the SmartDrive dual-camera video system.

 

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Autonomous insurance rates, according to IHS Markit

Consumers do not like autonomous vehicle technology but will pay more for it, says IHS

Autonomous vehicle technology is not yet popular among a broad audience, according to analysts at IHS Markit. But, ironically, the same audience ranked it among the very features they would be willing to pay the most for in their next new vehicle purchase.

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Capturing a car's data

Guest blog: Connected cars and keyless entry

In a guest blog, Andy Allan, owner of automotive locksmith Cat Autokeys, discusses connected cars looking at keyless entry theft, how it works and whether it is worth worrying about

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Marvell Gigabit Ethernet switch for automotive

Marvell switch secures automotive Gigabit Ethernet

Marvell has announced a secure automotive Gigabit Ethernet switch, enabling safe data transmission in connected vehicles.

The automotive Ethernet switch is designed to prevent malicious attacks or compromises to the data streamed in and out of the vehicle.

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Rohde & Schwarz FSW signal and spectrum analyser

Rohde & Schwarz expands signal analyser for automotive R&D

Rohde & Schwarz is expanding the internal analysis bandwidth of its FSW high-end signal and spectrum analyser up to 2GHz by introducing the FSW-B2001 option. This lets R&D users investigate wideband signals in detail without the need for an external digitiser.

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