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The prospects for autonomous vehicles

The prospects for autonomous vehicles

Testing of semi- and fully-autonomous vehicles on public roads became legal in Nevada in March 2012. Similar authorisation is spreading to other US states, enabling several automotive OEMs and Google to log hundreds of thousands of test miles. OEMs and suppliers are working on differing levels of autonomous driving technology, ...

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Technology Roadmap: Connected Vehicles

Technology Roadmap - Connected Vehicles

Automotive World’s Technology Roadmap: Connected Vehicles report examines the broad issues that OEMs, suppliers and service providers need to consider when devising their connected vehicle strategies. The pace of change in the technology for in-vehicle connectivity, coupled with the speed of innovation in consumer electronics, means it is no longer ...

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Technology Roadmap: Light vehicle safety

Technology Roadmap: Light vehicle safety

Automotive World’s Technology Roadmap: Light vehicle safety investigates the key issues facing the automotive industry in the drive to improve light vehicle safety. As the industry races to reduce fatalities in an increasingly mobile world, active and passive safety technology continue to advance; so too, does the development of connected ...

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