Knorr-Bremse TruckServices, the commercial vehicle aftermarket segment of Knorr-Bremse and Intel company Mobileye have recently launched the next generation of their retrofittable turning assistant, ProFleet Assist+ Gen 2. ProFleet Assist+ Gen 2 employs algorithms that have been optimized with the aid of artificial intelligence – its numerous enhancements offer even greater protection for vulnerable road users. Along with eight other retrofittable turning assistants for commercial vehicles, ProFleet Assist+ Gen 2 was recently tested by the German Automobile Club ADAC and placed in the top three. One key reason for this ranking was the system’s ability to reliably distinguish between vulnerable road users and other objects, minimizing the number of false alerts.
Anritsu Corporation is pleased to announce that China Intelligent and Connected Vehicles (Beijing) Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CICV) has adopted an over-the-air (OTA) test system in a MIMO environment developed jointly by General Test Systems Inc. (GTS) of Guangdong, China, and Anritsu.
Friedrichshafen. In cooperation with Freudenberg, Flixbus and the climate NGO Atmosfair, ZF is participating in a project for fuel cell technology. The objective of the "HyFleet" project is to design and test a purely electrically powered coach. The project is scheduled to run for three years and aims to identify important findings for the optimum design of fuel cells in coaches.
Cojali S. L., Spanish multinational manufacturer of components, diagnostics and telematics solutions with predictive maintenance and remote diagnostics, will present its latest innovations in Tech4Fleet, the International Congress of Technologies for Fleet Management that will take place at Hotel Ilunion Pío XII in Madrid, between 16th and 17th of November.
In 97 days, they have covered more than 56,000 kilometres on their course across the USA: Long-distance driver Rainer Zietlow and photographer Derek Collins drove a Volkswagen ID.4 EV through 48 US states and more than doubled the previous record.