AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

The Case of CASE

A presentation at the Society of Automotive Analysts’ 5th Annual Mobility Innovations Summit

Gary S. Vasilash
Transportation Editor, Gardner Business Media

The Importance of Commerical Applications for Autonomy

While self-driving vehicles seem to be things that people think may ease their commutes (when WFH is no longer the norm), it may be trucks where autonomy comes to the fore
#Volkswagen

Work for General Motors—from Home

GM understands that in order to achieve its goals for electric and autonomous vehicles, it is going to start doing things differently. Quite differently for a classic manufacturing company
#GMC #GeneralMotors #people

Einride Reveals New Pods

Electric, autonomous transport vehicles for freight can be ordered right now

Engineering an Autonomous ATV—for Mars

Farah Alibay is a mobility engineer—who works on extraterrestrial vehicles
#Carbon

January 7, 9am CST

AutoBeat Live is a monthly 30-minute show featuring conversations with leading observers of and people in the auto industry. Each episode will include insights about what’s happening—things that may affect suppliers to the industry. 

Autonomous Vehicles

What Do People Know About Automated Vehicles?

Probably a whole lot less than industry insiders might imagine
#Volvo #AutolineAfterHours #Tesla

Business

GM Develops a New Electrical Platform

GM engineers create a better electrical architecture that can handle the ever-increasing needs of vehicle systems
#Tesla #AutolineAfterHours #Volvo

Autonomous Vehicles

Design Pro Talks Quadrobots, Teslas & More

John Manoogian II is part of the design fabric of the auto industry. He shares insights on this edition of “Autoline After Hours”
#AutolineAfterHours #Volvo #Tesla

Autonomous Vehicles in the Norwegian Winter

A pilot program will start in Oslo during Q1 2021—when there’s plenty of precipitation, including the white fluffy kind
#Toyota

Motional, Lyft to Launch Robo-Taxi Service in 2023

Driverless services on tap for several U.S. cities
#tech

Einride Puts NVIDIA’s Orin Behind the Wheel

“To capture and account for the diversity in a myriad of operational scenarios, and to develop the redundancy necessary to improve functionality, we need the most advanced processors possible, and that’s where NVIDIA Orin comes in,” said Pär Degerman, CTO of Einride.
#NVIDIA

Veoneer Exec Tapped to Head AV Computing Consortium

Creating standards for sensors and processors
#people

Another Application for Geo-Fenced AVs: Factory Logistics

Partners team up on valet parking and other niches
#tech #facilities

Velodyne Spins Ahead with New Lidar Contracts

Deals with Motional and May Mobility Follow Baidu Partnership
#asia #Velodyne

Conti-Nexteer JV Readies "Brake-to-Steer" Tech

Redundancy is good for automation 
#chassis

Bridgestone America’s Approach to Mobility

The role that tires can play in autonomous fleets, the electrification of the OEMs’ products, micromobility and more on this “Autoline After Hours”
#GeneralMotors #PSAPeugeotCitroen #Ford

Thermal Sensors for Vehicular and Pedestrian Safety

Detecting heat energy can make a big difference for braking in time to prevent accidents

Zero Concept: New EV Platform and a New ADAS System

Lynk & Co announced a new electric concept car yesterday that it plans to have in production next year that will use an advanced ADAS system from Mobileye
#Geely #Volvo #LynkCo

MINI and Small Houses & a Digital Twin in Tokyo

Getting people physically on the road and digitally testing without people on the road
#MINI

Toyota Mobility JV Develops First Models

Adapted vans include reconfigurable workstation and anti-COVID package
#tech #Toyota