INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION

EDAG's Schulte on Model Proliferation

Powertrains, “regional” vehicles to drive diversification

Bill Hampton
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Daily

Bosch: Listening Comes First in Transport

Better mobility starts with listening to customers
#europe #Bosch

Michigan's PlanetM Mobility Outreach

Michigan is promoting mobility development through its PlanetM initiative. Trevor Pawl, who heads business development for the initiative, explains.

Continental: Engineering the Future

You can let the future happen, or you can help shape it. When it comes to automotive technology, the people at Continental are pursuing the latter course in a massive way.
#Schaeffler #Toyota #engineer

Five Major Pitfalls of Implementing Automation

July 14 @ 2 pm EST |Common things that can go wrong with automation projects and best practices to save time, money, and unnecessary headaches.

Toyota to Launch. . . a City

Rather than just trying to see how advanced mobility and robotics will fit into existing structures, Toyota is building a city to help determine how these things can be best integrated into people’s lives
#Toyota #people

BMW and Daimler: Almost Unimaginable

While we are probably not at the edge of the Apocalypse, the joint announcement coming from BMW Group and Daimler AG today is something that most people probably didn’t expect and might have seemed Apocalyptic not all that long ago.
#Ford #BMW #oem

Conti Goes Keyless

“In the evolving world of shared mobility, smartphones are fast becoming the gateway to on-demand services.” That’s Ralf Lenninger, head of intelligent transportation systems business unit, Continental.
#Continental #supplier

Nuro Partners with CVS on Autonomous Vehicle Tests

Robo vehicles to deliver prescription medicine in Houston
#Aptiv #Toyota

Autonomous Shuttles Put to Work in Florida to Transport COVID-19 Tests

Driverless system reduces exposure during pandemic

Toyota, Partners Ready Real-Time HD Map Updates

Proof-of-concepts demonstrate faster, less expensive mapping techniques
#Toyota #tech

Creating Smarter Bus Routes

Although transportation is undergoing profound changes, let’s face it: there is a huge existing infrastructure out there consisting of vehicles as well as roadways and ancillary objects (signs, traffic signals, etc.), and it is going to take a long time for that to be turned over to a new approach.
#supplier #HewlettPackard

Retrofuturism and the American Center for Mobility

The American Center for Mobility (ACM) is currently under construction in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on a 530+ acre site that was once part of the legendary Willow Run Airport.

Toyota Research Institute: Creating the Future

Although the auto industry today is certainly a high-tech industry, let’s face it: It isn’t something that would be unfamiliar to Henry Ford.
#oem #tech #Ford

Urban Audi

The third annual Audi Urban Future Award was recently presented in Berlin to a team from Mexico City.
#IBM #Carbon #Audi

GM: Safer Is Better

Passive safety systems are those that act in response to something that has occurred.
#engineer #oem #Cadillac

The Road to Smart Transportation: What About the Ruts?

“A tide of innovation has invigorated the global auto industry, and we are taking these giant leaps forward to remain a leader of new technology. “We are not doing this for the sake of the technology itself.
#GeneralMotors #Cadillac #oem