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Mobility

Nio, Mobileye Ally on Self-Driving Cars in China

Chinese electric-car startup Nio Inc. and Intel Corp.’s Mobileye unit will partner to develop autonomous vehicles for China’s consumer market.

Production

Mobileye Tests Autonomous Vehicles in Israel

Intel Corp.’s Mobileye unit is testing self-driving cars in Israel and aims to launch an autonomous taxi service there in 2020.

Mobility

Maserati to Use Autonomy Tech from BMW-Led Alliance

Future cars offers by Fiat Chrysler Automobile NV’s Maserati unit will control their autonomous driving capabilities with technologies developed by BMW AG.

Regulations

Rage Against the Machine

There have been more than 20 reported attacks against Waymo’s self-driving fleet in Chandler, Ariz., since the company began testing the technology on public roads there two years ago.

Electronics

About Autonomy: Three Views

Yes, there will be more autonomous technology coming at an ever-increasing rate. Which means all the more considerations must be taken into account.

Business

BMW Autonomous-Driving Group to Add Rival Carmakers

BMW AG is close to coaxing at least two major carmakers to the coalition it launched in 2016 to speed development of self-driving-car technologies.

Infrastructure

VW, Intel Partner on Autonomous Ride-Hailing Fleet

Volkswagen AG and Intel Corp. are launching a joint venture that will develop autonomous ride-hailing vehicles and services in Israel.

Mobility

Arizona to Create Mobility Safety Center

Arizona plans to set up a facility to vet the safety of self-driving-car systems and develop techniques to investigate crashes that involve such vehicles, Automotive News reports.

AI

ZF and the Development of Tech for Autonomy

As executive vp with global operational responsibility for the Global Electronics business and Occupant Safety Systems businesses within the ZF Active and Passive Safety Technology division of the ZF Group, Christophe Marnat has his proverbial plate full, especially nowadays when there are burgeoning efforts on behalf of OEMs and suppliers like ZF to develop the technologies that are related to ADAS, all the way to the point of providing Level 4 or Level 5 technology.

Propulsion

One Future, Three Ways Forward

The traditional automotive suppliers have three options open to them—consolidate in manufacturing, diversify into electronics or diversify into software—and they must pick one soon.

Production

Tech Watch

Infrared Abundance?

Finishing

When Major Suppliers Are There It Is Real

BASF’s Coatings division to supply the surface-pretreatment and waterborne coatings for the NIO ES8, a seven-passenger electric SUV.

Mobility

ZF, Mobileye Launch New Camera Sensor

ZF Friedrichshafen AG is partnering with Intel Co.’s Mobileye unit on a new family of cameras that will be launched later this year for a variety of advanced driver-assist and semi-autonomous vehicle systems.

Business

Mobileye Self-Driving Car Runs a Red Light

A prototype vehicle equipped with Mobileye NV’s self-driving car technology ran through a red light at the end of a demonstration last week in Jerusalem.

Business

Mobileye Inks Supply Deal for 8 Million Cars Self-Driving Cars

Intel Corp.'s Mobileye unit has signed a deal to supply its next-generation autonomous driving chip platform to an unnamed European carmaker that plans to add it to 8 million vehicles.

Mobility

BMW, Nissan, VW Launch Mobileye Mapping Initiative

This year BMW, Nissan and Volkswagen will begin using the input from cameras in more than 2 million of their vehicles to generate ultra-precise road maps for self-driving cars.

Propulsion

Nio Launches Electric SUV in China

Shanghai-based Nio Ltd.has launched its all-electric ES8 crossover/SUV in China.

Design

Tech Watch: Dec. 2018

There’s a high likelihood you’ve either driven or taken a ride in a vehicle that was touched by GKN Driveline, a division within the global engineering firm of the same name that makes driveline technologies for 90-plus percent of the world’s car makers.

Mobility

Tulips, Delusions & Autonomy

While I am admittedly a partisan of autonomous technology for automobiles, it does occur to me that there seems to be a certain zeal about it that is perhaps more than slightly over-the-top. So, while this might cause certain people to gasp, it is something that I sincerely think people ought to think about. . .

Auto’s Moon Shot

Automakers and suppliers are increasingly partnering with each other, competitors, tech companies and startups to reduce costs and ensure they have the proper expertise and resources to develop the necessary technologies needed for next-generation vehicles.

Assembly

Magna, Polestar and More

Magna is an automotive supplier. But it is a Tier One supplier unlike many others.

Production

Intel Readies Autonomous-Car Test Fleet

Intel Corp. will deploy 25 self-driving test cars later this year in California and then Arizona.

Mobility

Magna Joins Autonomous-Car Coalition

Canadian mega-supplier Magna International Inc. has joined a consortium launched last year by BMW, Intel and Mobileye to commercialize a top-level autonomous driving system controller by 2021.

Mobility

Delphi, Blackberry Partner on Self-Driving Car Software Platform

Delphi Automotive plc has signed a commercial partnership agreement with Waterloo, Ont.-based BlackBerry Ltd. for autonomous vehicle technology.