Electrical systems and wire harnesses for General Motors vehicles are  being designed using Mentor Graphics Capital tools

General Motors capitalises on Mentor Graphics design tools

General Motors is deploying Mentor Graphics Capital electrical systems design tools for its vehicle development projects. The tools deliver cycle time reductions and support improved engineering processes, helping General Motors deliver more electronics features.

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General Motors, Mentor Graphics, software tools

2016 Kia Sportage with JBL Signature Sound and Clari-Fi

Harman puts Clari-Fi into Kia Sportage

Drivers of the all-new 2016 Kia Sportage compact SUV in Europe can opt for Harman’s JBL Signature Sound audio system including Clari-Fi, the company’s patented technology that restores musical depth and authenticity to compressed digital sources.

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Harman, Kia, sound

Continental plant in Gurgaon, Haryana

Continental to start ABS and ESC production this year in India

Continental will this year start production of anti-lock brake systems (ABSs) and electronic stability control (ESC) units in India. A new assembly line for ABS and ESC for passenger cars and later ABS for two-wheelers will be located in the existing Continental plant in Gurgaon, Haryana.

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Continental, India, ESC, ABS

Herbert Diess addresses the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

In wake of emissions scandal, VW focuses on EVs at CES

In a bid to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it, Volkswagen’s CEO Herbert Diess used his keynote speech at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to focus on the work the car maker is doing in the electric vehicle field.

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Volkswagen, Consumer Electronics Show, electric vehicles

Triton connected HMI concept from Rightware

Rightware reveals connected car HMI concept at CES

Rightware, a provider of user interface creation software for the automotive industry, revealed at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas its vision of tomorrow's connected car user interface.

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Rightware, Consumer Electronics Show, user interface

Microsoft and Volvo let drivers talk to their cars

Microsoft and Volvo bring voice control to cars

More than 33 years after the popular TV show Knight Rider showed David ‘The Hoff’ Hasselhoff talking to his car, Kitt, Volvo and Microsoft are launching a wearable-enabled voice-control system.

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Microsoft, Volvo

Genze 2.0 scooters

AT&T provides IoT connectivity for Genze scooters

Mahindra Genze, a provider all-electric two-wheel transportation, is using AT&T’s IoT technology to bring the first connected scooter to the two-wheeler industry.

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AT&T, Genze, IoT, scooters

Automotive Grade Linux logo

Unified code base distribution for Automotive Grade Linux

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a collaborative open source project developing a common, Linux-based software stack for the connected car, has announced a new AGL unified code base (UCB) distribution built specifically for the automotive industry.

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Automotive Grade Linux, Linux, connected car

Volvo vision of connected car

Ericsson and Volvo partner on route to autonomous vehicles

Volvo is revealing at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas details of the intelligent, high-bandwidth streaming capabilities it is developing with its technology partner Ericsson.

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Ericsson, Volvo, autonomous vehicles, Consumer Electronics Show

The car at CES will be a mild hybrid equipped with the Continental 48V Eco Drive system

Continental to demo connected energy management at CES

Continental is to present a 48V mild hybrid demo car with connected energy management (CEM) at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Continental, Consumer Electronics Show


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