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A New Li-ion Battery for Electric Vehicles Can Last for a Million Miles
Researchers are constantly working on increasing the power and life cycle of batteries that we use in electric vehicles (EVs) while simultaneously maintaining safety standards. Now, a team from Penn State University are reported to have produced a battery that can last for 1 million miles.
Generative Design: A Breakthrough in 3D Printing?
As 3D printing’s popularity grows, one of the new areas that it has opened up—generative design—has become a hot topic. Are its benefits to product design and engineering as prevalent as we’re told? We define generative design, consider the industrial implications, and ultimately consider this question.
Bosch Introduces Their Sensor Portfolio for Autonomous Vehicles
Finally, Bosch is entering the automated driving arena with its lidar sensors. According to the company, its sensor will be able to detect at close range and long-distance, covering automated driving at SAE levels 3 to 5 in both urban and highway driving scenarios.
AImotive’s aiWare3P Neural Network Interference Engine Delivers Impressive Acceleration for Automotive AI
AImotive, a global supplier of scalable modular automated driving technologies, begins shipping the latest release of its aiWare3 neural network (NN) hardware interference IP to its largest customers.
Augmented Reality Used by University of Michigan Researchers to Improve Autonomous Vehicle Testing
With several fatalities already associated with them, autonomous vehicles have come under immense scrutiny. Since they began being tested on public roads in 2013, manufacturers have been trying tirelessly to show that they are as safe as vehicles operated by humans. Now, researchers are hoping to change public perceptions and build trust in them.
SYSGO and STMicroelectronics Jointly Develop Platform for Secure Vehicle Connectivity
STMicroelectronics has recently announced a collaboration with SYSGO to demonstrate secure telematics solutions for the automotive market at CES 2020. The jointly developed Automotive Secure Gateway is based on ST’s Telemaco3P system-on-chip (SoC).
Critical Engineering Skills For the Future: Readying for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the UK
Engineering is vital to the UK’s economy: it provides quality employment alongside some vital solutions to major global challenges. However, the UK, similarly to the rest of Europe, has been experiencing a skills gap. Faced with the fourth industrial revolution and more, will the UK have the volume of engineering talent it needs to remain a key player?
Tieto Partners with STMicroelectronics to Develop CCU Software for Automotive Processing Power and Cybersecurity Needs
STMicro and Tieto have partnered up to develop the ST Telemaco3P MTP which provides positioning hardware with ST’s automotive-grade multi-constellation GNSS Teseo IC and dead-reckoning sensors.