• Thursday, May 19, 2022
    Earlier this month, the EcoMotion 2022 conference[1] took place, where companies and experts from across the automotive technology industry gathered to showcase the latest innovations defining the sector.From computer vision to artificial intelligence, the advancements on display paint a telling picture of the ways that we will interact with our vehicles in the pretty-near future.Autonomous vehicles[2] were also present at the conference, with new technologies showcased by companies such as the driving system verification platform Foretellix. The company’s platform is used by companies like Volvo, MobilEye and Amazon Web Services[3] to verify the safety and viability of the software used ...
  • Sunday, May 01, 2022
    In autonomous and self-driving vehicle news are Tesla, Ouster, Indy Autonomous Challenge and Untether AI.Tesla Summons a Crash with a JetA Tesla in summon mode is shown in a Reddit video crashing into a.$3.5 million Cirrus vision jet.Ouster’s First DF A-SampleOuster, Inc. (NYSE: OUST) (“Ouster” or “the Company”), a leading provider of high-resolution digital lidar sensors, announced the manufacture and shipment of the first Digital Flash (DF) series A-sample, delivering on a major milestone in its strategic development agreement with its global automotive OEM partner1. The first DF A-sample marks a significant achievement on the Company’s path to series production ...
  • Friday, April 29, 2022
    Electric cars[1] are becoming more popular by the day, and with good reason. They’re environmentally friendly, easy to drive, and generally provide a better driving experience than their gas-powered counterparts.But electric vehicles aren’t just limited to Tesla[2] anymore – over the past few years; many other manufacturers have developed their own full electric vehicles for drivers who want all the benefits of an EV without spending a small fortune.Here are just six of the most exciting and lesser-known electric vehicles available to consumers today: 1. Nissan LeafThe Leaf[3] has been around for a while now, but it’s still one of the ...
  • Tuesday, April 19, 2022
    Most electric vehicles on sale today run on 400 volts, but that may change by the middle of the decade, according to one report. Right now, only a handful of automakers, namely Audi, Porsche, Hyundai and Kia, which have entered a partnership with Rimac Automobili, are the only ones selling EVs that run on an 800-volt architecture. The only exception is the Lucid Air that has a 900-volt architecture created with proprietary tech. Running on such a high voltage gives all these EVs unmatched charging speeds and lower charging times that make them attractive for potential buyers. All the vehicles ...
  • Friday, April 08, 2022
    The BMW Group is stepping up its activities in the field of sustainability and will use cast aluminium wheels produced with 100-percent green power for its BMW and MINI brands from 2024 onwards. For the BMW Group, this is another step towards its goal of creating the most sustainable supply chain in the automotive industry. The transition applies, in particular, to the energy-intensive electrolysis used in producing aluminium and to the wheel-casting process. To this end, corresponding agreements have been reached with all BMW Group wheel suppliers.Up until now, wheels have accounted for about five percent of supply chain CO2 emissions. ...
  • Wednesday, April 06, 2022
    Author : Shreeras Shetty, Allied Market Research06 April 2022Hydrogen vehicles are gaining immense popularity across the globe, owing to the impeccable environmental benefits they provide. People are increasingly concerned about the adverse environmental impact due to the excess usage and emission from conventional vehicles.Thus, electric vehicles, hydrogen vehicles and combination vehicles are gaining immense traction around the world due to their increased efficiency, affordable maintenance, minimum environmental impact, and advanced interface. Prominent automotive manufacturers have already entered the market – but not quite explosively. For instance, Toyota launched its car Toyota Mirai back in 2014 as one of the first cars ...
  • Thursday, March 24, 2022
    Maxim Ragotner explores the role of multi-access edge computing in enhancing connectivity speed and reliability in vehiclesToday, most newer cars have the capability to tune engine performance, adjust chassis control and monitor fluid levels, as well as identify potential hazards and audibly notify the driver to prevent traffic collisions. But what’s more remarkable than a vehicle’s ability to inform a driver is its potential to talk to other vehicles while observing and responding to the world around it.Experts have long discussed the life-saving potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected technologies, including vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-everything ...
  • Tuesday, March 15, 2022
    The automotive industry is an ever-evolving behemoth of power and performance. As with most sectors of technology, automation has exponentially grown within the last century, and with every invention inspiring the next, new improvements seem to appear daily. Looking at the supercars of today such as the Lotus Emira[1] or the Ferrari GTB, it is virtually impossible to believe that they hail from the rickety steam-powered carts of the late 19th century. Though this difference is jarring at first, the resemblance between these distant cousins shines through when one learns of the inventions that have led those rickety carts down ...
  • Thursday, March 10, 2022
    The era of digitization will have a lot to offer to the automotive and fleet industries in the years to come. So much so that it won't be possible to analyze extensive amounts of data and provide comprehensive security over intelligent transport systems (ITS) of smart cities and vast fleets in several industries.  Corporate fleets are just scratching the surface of future technologies by gradually adapting telematics. Until 2030, there will be a whole different ecosystem with billions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and millions of connected and automated vehicles. Foreseeing the approaching tech storm, automotive giants have already made ...
  • Friday, March 04, 2022
    Today, there are more and more vehicles on our roads, which creates an increased risk for accidents and associated injuries and deaths. Globally, about 1.3 million people die each year as a result of traffic crashes. With artificial-intelligence technology paving pathways for many industries, transportation is beginning to utilize the benefits of AI to increase driver safety, driving and overall road safety. According to market research, the global artificial intelligence market size was valued at $51.08 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $641.30 billion by 2028. Manufacturers have identified multiple ways AI can be utilized on the roads and ...
  • Friday, February 25, 2022
    Electric vehicles will benefit immensely from the 5G push. Gartner has predicted that, by 2023, the automotive sector will be the most significant market opportunity for 5G IoT solutions, taking up more than half of the entire 5G IoT market By: Sacheen Patil, Vice President & Global Head, IoT Practice & Embedded Systems CoE, Yash TechnologiesWe are living in an era of connectivity. The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) will bring the concept of smart factories, connected cars, smart homes, smart cities, and many more to the forefront. This transformation is predicated on the availability of higher bandwidths and faster ...
  • Wednesday, February 23, 2022
    Automotive technology has evolved dramatically over the past century. The 20th century saw cars[1] become mainstream civilian transportation, and once mass production took off, new features were rapidly added over the decades.Estimated reading time: 5 minutesThese changes have been the most impactful in the auto industry over the last 100 years.1. The Automatic TransmissionThe automatic transmission made cars significantly easier to drive and more appealing to the masses. It was invented in 1921 by a Canadian steam engineer but did not become popularized in vehicles until 1940.[2]The Oldsmobile Series 90 Custom Cruiser[3] sedan was the first mass-produced consumer car to ...
  • Monday, February 14, 2022
    PADERBORN, Germany & LAKE NONA, Fla. & JERUSALEM--(BUSINESS WIRE[1])--Benteler EV Systems, Beep Inc., and Mobileye, an Intel Company, today announced a strategic collaboration to develop and deploy automotive-grade, fully electric, autonomous movers in public and private communities across North America. Aimed at first- and last-mile use cases in urban areas, the shuttles are due to begin production deployments in the United States in 2024.The collaboration between Benteler EV Systems, Beep and Mobileye will facilitate the development and deployment of a fully autonomous (SAE Level 4) electric mover for the U.S. designed to meet automotive industry and safety standards for public ...
  • Thursday, February 10, 2022
    It’s now a certainty: the connected car will increasingly play a major role in the future (not just economic) of the automotive industry[1]. If, on one hand, the technologies linked to the Internet of Things (IoT) are outlining the path that the industry will have to follow, on the other, this same technological evolution is taking place in an age of transition, marked by the transition between different value systems: from products to services[2] and experiences, from hardware to software, from data as a mere result of processes to its redefinition as a creative resource[3], from the communication frictions of ...
  • Wednesday, February 09, 2022
    Machine learning is taking the automotive industry to a new level by improving user experience and leveraging the power of big data. Most manufacturing operations in automotive industries are still largely dependent on experience-based human decisions. The emergence of Big Data[1], in conjunction with machine learning in automotive companies, has paved a way that is helping bring operational and business transformations, thereby leading to an increased level of accuracy in decision-making and improved performance. The automotive industry [2]continues to face a dynamic set of challenges. Shifting market conditions, increased competition, globalization, cost pressure and volatility are leading to a change ...
  • Thursday, February 03, 2022
    As the pandemic sent shockwaves through the global economy, the impact was felt across industries. Among the hardest hit sectors, the automotive industry experienced profound disruption, signaling the need for supply chain modernization.Production shutdowns and the semiconductor shortage were just the beginning of it. Essential raw materials such as rubber, steel and aluminum have also been in short supply. Labor shortages, Trump-era tariffs, and the increasing frequency of severe weather events were among the compounding to further exacerbate the situation, resulting in longer lead times and catastrophic delays.By late 2021, U.S. auto dealerships were equipped with only a fraction[1] of ...
  • Saturday, January 29, 2022
    Augmented reality (AR) is a core component of today’s automotive industry. This technology combines digital content and reality to streamline different sectors of the automotive industry. The market size of augmented reality in the automotive market was valued at $3.97 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow to $14.44 billion by 2028. This rapid growth is because automakers and dealers are increasingly using AR technology in most processes to boost efficiency. Here are some ways AR is transforming the auto industry.[1]Production PlanningAR saves a lot of time and money when used in production planning. Automakers use this technology to ...
  • Sunday, January 23, 2022
    Collaborative robots are transforming the manufacturing industry in the 21st century. Robots are a popular choice for manufacturing companies because of their flexibility and ease of use. The vehicle industry is one such industry that robots have revolutionized.Robots are a middle ground between human work and traditional machines. Learn in this article the benefits they bring and how they give an edge to businesses and make them more efficient.- Advertisement -Table of ContentsWhat are Collaborative Robots in Automotive Manufacturing?Robots are computer-controlled machines that perform specific tasks in a factory environment. Collaborative Robots (Cobots) are operable by human beings in a ...
  • Sunday, January 16, 2022
    Image Credit[1]The automotive industry is evolving and innovating at an unprecedented rate. New technologies, such as autonomous vehicles and shared mobility services, are disrupting the traditional manufacturing model of building cars in a factory and then distributing them to dealerships. Here are the top five trends you will likely see in the automotive industry today.Autonomous VehiclesAutonomous vehicles are one of the top trends in the automotive industry, and every leading car shipping company[2] is investing in self-driving cars.The latest technology will bring several benefits such as safety, comfort, and increased productivity thanks to high-tech infotainment systems. However, there are also ...
  • Thursday, January 13, 2022
    Automotive Industry - Forecast till 2030 The automotive industry market value can grow from 110 Million Units in 2019 to 205 Million Units by 2028. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, January 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com[1]/ -- Automotive Industry[2] Overview :Automotive industry is garnering much attention from various sectors, due to which it can expect a smooth run with a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. During that time, the market value can grow from 110 Million Units in 2019 to 205 Million Units by 2028. Get Free Sample PDF: https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7683[3] The automotive motor is designed in such a way that ...
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022
    For companies in the automotive and mobility industry, cyber security and software updates are becoming increasingly important. Main drivers are particularly new automated/autonomous driving and connectivity functions in modern vehicles.The term 'cyber security' basically means that a vehicle's electrical and/or electronic components have sufficient protection and resilience against so-called cyber-attacks/threats, i.e., preventing unauthorized persons or systems from accessing the vehicle and/or its data.The term 'software update' refers to the process of replacing an 'old' software version with a 'newer' software version, e.g., to fix programming errors (often referred to as 'bugs' or 'bugfix'), to improve or remove existing functionalities and/or ...
  • Saturday, January 08, 2022
    Car Carpet Market 2022-2027:The Global Car Carpet market exhibits comprehensive information that is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists during the decade 2017-2027. On the basis of historical data, Car Carpet market report provides key segments and their sub-segments, revenue and demand & supply data. Considering technological breakthroughs of the market Car Carpet industry is likely to appear as a commendable platform for emerging Car Carpet market investors.The complete value chain and downstream and upstream essentials are scrutinized in this report. Essential trends like globalization, growth progress boost fragmentation regulation & ecological concerns. This Market report covers ...
  • Saturday, January 01, 2022
    Autonomous cars can reshape the future of the automotive industry to a great extentIn this era of technology, AI has created a visible impact on almost every business sector available in this world and the automotive industry is no exception. Autonomous cars or self-driving cars[1] are gradually gaining popularity worldwide. Several semi-autonomous driving systems like lane assist, adaptive cruise control (ACC), electronic stability control (ESC), rear-view video systems (RVS), adaptive highlights, forward collision mitigation (FCM), automatic emergency braking (AEB), and many others are already on the road. Days are not far when we will witness fully autonomous cars[2] moving on ...
  • Monday, December 27, 2021
    How technology is changing the automotive industry is an interesting statement. As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, the car industry will certainly be one of the beneficiaries. For a long time, many people were not sure if their jobs would be in jeopardy as the industry changed so drastically. However, with the recent economic problems experienced around the globe, it has become much clearer what the future might hold for the car industry.  In the last decade, three trends have emerged which are changing the way that people view the car industry. First, technological advances have made ...
  • Sunday, December 19, 2021
    by Analytics Insight[1] December 19, 2021[2]These top applications of robotics are driving transformation in the automotive industry.For more than 50 years, the automotive industry has been using robots in their assembly lines for a variety of manufacturing processes. Today, automakers are exploring the use of robotics in even more processes. Robots are more efficient, accurate, flexible, and dependable on these production lines. This technology has allowed the automotive industry to remain one of the most automated supply chains globally, and one of the largest users of robots. With thousands of wires and parts in every vehicle, it takes a complex ...
  • Tuesday, December 14, 2021
    Credit: spainter_vfx/ Shutterstock Connectivity, data analytics and fintech were the fastest emerging investment themes in the automotive industry this year according to an analysis of trends across three pillars of key investment activity.We picked out the top 30 driving forces in recruitment, dealmaking and innovation (through patent filings) across 23 industries in 2021 and measured how far up or down the rankings each had travelled compared with the previous year. The results uncover which forces have the most momentum going into 2022 and could therefore establish themselves as critically important influencers.Connectivity had the strongest momentum when it came to automotive ...
  • Thursday, December 09, 2021
    Related Practices & Jurisdictions Thursday, December 9, 2021 If the automotive industry is going to start manufacturing millions upon millions of electric powered vehicles, it is going to need a lot of batteries.  Plainly, the capacity to meet that expected eventual demand does not currently exist. The world is going to need more announcements like the building of a battery plant in Greensboro, North Carolina[1]. The plant is reportedly about 1/3 of what Toyota plans to spend on automotive batteries in the United States in the next decade.Toyota is not alone of course. Just days before Toyota’s announcement, General Motors revealed that ...
  • Friday, December 03, 2021
    Dec. 3, 2021—This week, the U.S. The Department of Transportation (DOT) took the first steps in establishing programs for a national network of electric vehicle charging stations, as mandated in the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed earlier this year. The agency posted a request for comments from stakeholders on best practices to develop guidance for the electric vehicle charging station programs.The bipartisan infrastructure plan authorized two EV charging station programs, the National Electric Vehicle Formula Program, and the Charging and Fueling Infrastructure program. The first program is designed to distribute money only to states, with the amount calculated by formula. The second program ...
  • Tuesday, November 30, 2021
    Automotive Carpet Market Overview:Global Automotive Carpet Market report emphasizes on the detailed understanding of some decisive factors such as size, share, sales, forecast trends, supply, production, demands, industry and CAGR in order to provide a comprehensive outlook of the global market. Additionally, the report also highlights the challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies employed by leading companies in the “Automotive Carpet Market”.Global Automotive Carpet Market research report analyzes top players in the key regions like North America, South America, Middle East and Africa, Asia and Pacific region. It delivers insight and expert analysis into key consumer trends and behavior ...