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Driverless Cars Working Together Can Speed up Traffic by 35 Percent

For autonomous cars to be safely used on real roads, we need to know how they will interact with each otherAmanda Prorok
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Taking Control of the Wheel for Stressed and Exhausted Drivers

Fancy a nap in your car instead of driving? Researchers are developing an innovative system that will be able to tell when...
unmanned aerial vehicle

Successful Demonstration of Breakthrough Blown-Air Flight Technologies to Revolutionise Future Aircraft Design

In a series of ground-breaking flight trials that took place in the skies above north-west Wales, the MAGMA unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)...
hydrogen powered vehicles

New Material Could Unlock Potential for Hydrogen Powered Vehicle Revolution

Scientists have discovered a new material that could hold the key to unlocking the potential of hydrogen powered vehicles.
Electric Superbike

Electric Superbike Twente Makes Use of 3D Metal Printed Cooling Shell

Together with K3D, Electric Superbike Twente has developed and produced one of the first 3D metal printed components for the racing industry....
LiDAR sensorsvideo

New Way to ‘See’ Objects Accelerates Future of Self-Driving Cars

The laser sensors currently used to detect 3D objects in the paths of autonomous cars are bulky, ugly, expensive, energy-inefficient – and...
self-driving cars

‘Induced’ Driving Miles Could Overwhelm Potential Energy-Saving Benefits of Self-Driving Cars

The benefits of self-driving cars will likely induce vehicle owners to drive more, and those extra miles could partially or completely offset...
autonomous ships

Creating Safer Waterways with Driverless Ships

Even radar, navigation systems, GPS tracking and radio communications don’t prevent ships from colliding. In 2017, collisions and groundings made up nearly 40% of...
fuel cell

Clean Fuel Cells Could Be Cheap Enough to Replace Gas Engines in Vehicles

Advancements in zero-emission fuel cells could make the technology cheap enough to replace traditional gasoline engines in vehicles, according to researchers at...
infrastructure preservation

Paving Ahead: Model Aims for Infrastructure Preservation

In 2017, the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Infrastructure Report Card gave America’s infrastructure an overall grade of a D+. Given that...
Battery Electric Vehicle

Rivian Announces $500 Million Investment from Ford; Partnership to Deliver All-New Ford Battery Electric...

Ford and Rivian form strategic partnership through $500 million minority investmentFord to build all-new battery electric vehicle using Rivian’s flexible skateboard platformThe...
wheel unit

New Wheel Units Could Bring Vehicle Costs down

Vehicles could be affordably produced for a wide variety of specialized purposes using a sophisticated wheel unit developed by researchers at the...
Smarter charging

Smarter Charging Is Key to Electromobility

For electric vehicles to be implemented on a large ​scale, smart solutions for charging are required. Currently, development of digital systems is...
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Hydrogen Mobility from Clean Energy Gaining Momentum in Europe

Although the mass roll-out of fuel cell electric vehicles is still years away, efforts to make hydrogen-powered cars mainstream have intensified in...
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3D-Printed Propeller Blade Opens the Way to Eco-Friendly Shipping

To make the European maritime industry more competitive globally, innovative materials are needed to improve ships’ performance and make them more environment...
hybrid heavy-duty trucks

Engineers Develop Concept for Hybrid Heavy-Duty Trucks

Heavy-duty trucks, such as the 18-wheelers that transport many of the world’s goods from farm or factory to market, are virtually all...
engine combustion

Caterpillar-Argonne Team to Pursue Improved Diesel Engine Combustion Systems

Partnership will pursue a unique approach that combines high-performance computing, additive manufacturing and higher-fidelity design and simulation models.Caterpillar...
autonomous ships

Danish Shipping Must Be Autonomous

A collaborative project with broad participation from the world of education, universities, and the maritime sector must in the coming years ensure...
autonomous electric bus

​NTU Singapore and Volvo Unveil World’s First Full Size, Autonomous Electric Bus

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Volvo Buses have launched the world’s first full size, autonomous electric bus today. The single-deck Volvo...
engines

Argonne and Convergent Science Join Forces for Better Engines

The dynamics of an engine’s spark ignition are complex and often take months for scientists to simulate accurately. Now scientists at the...