STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, has introduced a world-first automotive satellite-navigation chip that delivers high-quality position data needed by advanced driving systems.
FEV France is one of the eight winners of the automotive sector selected as part of the “France Relance” plan initiated by the French Government. The objective is to support investments of leading companies through dedicated funds to drive the transformation of the automotive and aerospace sectors.
If you want to drive an e-car or a plug-in hybrid, you have to deal with the subject of charging. You’ll quickly come across terms like alternating and direct current, single-phase and 3-phase charging. But what do they mean and how do these concepts influence the way you charge your vehicle? Here’s a summary of the most important points.
dSPACE, a leading provider of solutions for the simulation and validation of automated and electrically-powered vehicles, and NORDSYS, a leader in the development of systems for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication, are working together to accelerate the development of connected self-driving vehicles.
ZF will showcase how its pioneering technologies, fleet management, trailer and aftermarket solutions are helping enhance fleet strategies for differentiation at Solutrans 2021, one of the industry’s largest trade shows for light and heavy commercial vehicles. ZF will present its industry-leading Fleet Management Solutions (FMS), including the launch of a new integrated e-CMR platform solution to support the paperless transportation of goods world-wide.
ZF enters the next phase of digitalization by expanding its strategic collaboration with Microsoft. The mobility technology company will create a holistic data and integration platform, the ZF Cloud, to digitalize all of ZF's industrial and operational production and business processes on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. The new capacities will process the huge data volume generated by vehicles using ZF technologies to further optimize connectivity of ZF components and enable entirely new vehicle functionalities, including for automated driving and autonomous shuttles.
NEO-M9V uses inertial sensors to deliver reliable meter-level GNSS accuracy, contributing to lower fuel consumption levels for fleet management use cases. u-blox (SIX:UBXN), a leading global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies and services, has announced the NEO-M9V global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver.
Across Japan and Asia at large, one pop-cultural superhero franchise stands above the rest: Ultraman. Created in 1966, Ultraman and his crew of “Ultras” have achieved Superman-like status. And like the Man of Steel, they share much in common. Superman can shoot laser beams from his eyes while Ultraman has his Specium Ray. Superior strength and stamina are a given for both. They also each possess super vision – the ability to see objects beyond the visible spectrum of light.