Magna International Inc. has made an unspecified investment to expand its collaboration with Innoviz Technologies Ltd., a two-year-old Israeli-based developer of solid-state lidar sensors for self-driving vehicles.
Canada’s Magna International Inc. says it has developed an integrated platform that enables Level 4 autonomous vehicle operation (hands-free braking, steering, throttle and lane-changing) in most city and highway driving.
#Magna #Cadillac #tech
Yesterday through Thursday, the Grand Traverse Resort in northern Michigan is the epicenter of automotive technology as here the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) is holding its annual Management Briefing Seminars (MBS), which brings together the best and the brightest and boldest in the automotive industry.
#Cadillac #Chrysler #Magna
Continental, Magna International, the Michigan Dept. of Transportation and Ontario Ministry of Transportation are demonstrating two self-driving vehicles today in an international trip through parts of Michigan and Ontario.
#Continental #Chrysler #tech
While “Jaguar” and “sports car” are almost synonymous, the people at Jag undoubtedly looked at the fortunes of their sister company, Land Rover, and recognized that the whole utility universe is expanding faster than Edwin Hubble thought the whole universe is.
#BMW #MercedesBenz #oem
Jaguar Land Rover Ltd. says it will make its upcoming Jaguar E-Pace compact crossover in Austria and China because its British factories are already running at or near full capacity.
#HP #Magna #Land Rover
Magna International Inc. has developed an integrated light-emitting-diode headlight system that will debut this year on General Motors Co.'s 2018 Chevrolet Traverse crossover vehicle.
#GeneralMotors #Chevrolet #tech
Several Canadian companies, universities and government agencies have created the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence to develop and commercialize AI-based technologies, including self-driving cars and advanced manufacturing systems.
Magna International Inc. wants to build a €1.2 billion ($1.3 billion) assembly plant in Slovenia that will be able to make as many as 200,000 vehicles per year, Reuters reports, citing a government statement.
#facilities #BMW #MercedesBenz