Monday, July 22, 2019
electric mobility

Mobility: New Quick Charging System for E-Bikes

The e-bike market is booming. Thanks to electric support, cyclists can choose their routes more freely, elderly people can stay mobile, and...
Driverless car

Driverless Car Project Researches Advances in Vehicle Connectivity

Pioneered by the University of Bristol, a member of the FLOURISH consortium, the findings of this research give new insights into the ability of...
racing cars

Final Project Can Boost Racing Car Performance

Safety cages are mandatory safety equipment in open racing cars, as they are the only thing protecting the driver’s head if the...
Electric Vehicle Batteries

Making Green Cars Greener

The widespread implementation of electric vehicles will go a long way toward eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions of the transportation sector. But...
road network

Cars to Report on Road Condition

This could mean savings as well as increased road user safety.Modern cars are equipped with a wide range...
hovercraft

Young Engineers Build Ride-On Drones to Fulfil Childhood Dreams

The group is representing Australia in Boeing’s worldwide GoFly competition worth $1million US, with their entry on display this week at Australia’s...
Mobility

SEAT & IBM Revolutionize Urban Mobility with AI

-       SEAT launches 'Mobility Advisor' proof of concept powered by Watson AI running on the IBM Cloud-       Part of SEAT's...
autonomous vehicles

‘Air Traffic Control’ for Driverless Cars Could Speed up Deployment

Combining human and artificial intelligence in autonomous vehicles could push driverless cars more quickly toward wide-scale adoption, University of Michigan researchers say.
unmanned maritime vehicles

University Enters Five-Year Partnership to Develop Life-Saving Unmanned Maritime Vehicles

The University of Southampton and Thales have formed a major partnership to collaborate in the research and development of the next generation...
Self-driving carsvideo

Mean Streets: Self-Driving Cars Will “Cruise” to Avoid Paying to Park

If you think traffic in city centers is bad now, just wait until self-driving cars emerge on the scene, cruising around to...
NextGen NAS

Risk Modeling, Data Integration Drive NASA Next-Gen Air Travel Safety Project

Low visibility, bird strikes, incorrect landing approach speed, runway debris, airframe icing, engine fires, unexpected weather and sensor malfunction are but a...
solar cars

‘We Want to Show That Solar Cars Are the Solution in the Energy Transition’

The holidays are approaching, and so is the turn of the year. What will 2019 bring us? For this series we asked four...
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New System for a Driverless Future with No Fatalities or Serious Injuries

There is increased enthusiasm for developing connected and automated driving applications because of their potential for creating a safer, cleaner, more efficient...
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Will Autonomous Cars Lead to Less Car Ownership?

The scenario of a homogenous fleet of shared, connected and autonomous vehicles roaming the city, filling in gaps in the timetables and...
hydrogen cars

Paving the Way for More Efficient Hydrogen Cars

Hydrogen-powered vehicles emit only water vapor from their tailpipes, offering a cleaner alternative to fossil-fuel-based transportation. But for hydrogen cars to become mainstream, scientists...
Electric Vehicles

Startup Founded by MIT Alumnus Unveils Electric Vehicles for the Future

Electric vehicle startup Rivian Automotive has spent the first nine years of its existence in stealth mode working to design vehicles around what it...
Autonomous vehicles

Autonomous Vehicles Could Shape the Future of Urban Tourism

In the first study of its kind, published in the Annals of Tourism Research, academics from the University of Surrey and the University of Oxford have examined...
Shape-shifting tiresvideo

Researchers Reinventing the Wheel for Vehicles of the Future

Wheels that transform into tracks on the fly and a digital assistant that helps drivers find the safest, surest route across steep terrain —...
Autonomous Vehicles

How Should Autonomous Vehicles Be Programmed?

A massive new survey developed by MIT researchers reveals some distinct global preferences concerning the ethics of autonomous vehicles, as well as some regional...
Electric Car Charger

New Electric Car Charger is More Efficient, 10 Times Smaller Than Current Tech

Researchers at North Carolina State University have built an electric vehicle fast charger that is at least 10 times smaller than existing systems and...