Covering all angles of sensor validation

OxTS covers all angles of sensor validation. A new software feature called Multiple Sensor Points is providing easy real-time verification of RADAR and LiDAR sensors used in ADAS applications

Getting flour to the baker

Continental hot air compressor hoses for the safe discharging of silo trailers

Polestar to expand R&D operations

New centre in Coventry will employ 60 engineers



How to increase customisation in manufacturing

Automation technology for flexible automotive production

JLR accelerates aluminium recovery project

Brunel University scientists are checking material quality

Tailored fibre placement technology is making carbon fibre a more viable option

Advances in tailored fibre placement technology are making carbon fibre a more viable mainstream option. Cheaper, stronger and far more adaptable, the manufacturing possibilities are vast, as Richard Harrington explains

Is This The Fastest Car Shape In Nature?

A teardrop is the inspiration behind the shape of this new coupe

Volvo's Polestart is having a smashing time

Volvo’s Polestar division is having a smashing time ensuring the first model will be up to scratch

Horiba MIRA answer questions on the state of the EV market

Richard Stocker, one of Horiba MIRA’s advanced energy research scientists answers our questions about where we are now with EVs and where we are going

The need for data driven design in the manufacture of military vehicles

Nick Jordan, technical engineering manager at a well-known military steering specialist, addresses the need for data-driven design in the manufacture of military vehicles

The Vector - bike, helmet and jacket, designed simultaneously

Designed simultaneously for bike, helmet and jacket to compliment each other, the Vector is a unique example of a HMI

Can-Am Ryker maintains Bombardier's history of innovative vehicle manufacturing

Do you ride or drive a trike? Enter the curious world of the Can-Am Ryker

Standby: driverless military vehicles ahead

Both the UK and US military are interested in removing troops from the most dangerous situations, and autonomy could be here by 2021

Electric vehicle pioneer favours wireless test rigs

A company that has been at the forefront of electric vehicle design and development for over 20 years has supplied a test rig based on a wireless torque sensor to a world renowned UK University automotive research facility.

Hydrogen fuelling stations get on-site evaluation testing equipment

Rapid assessment of new fuelling stations accelerates them coming online

More charging points to come in Europe

BMW, Ford, Daimler and VW combine to rollout 400 HPC stations by 2020

Sensor technologies to transform driving techniques

Rising interest in autonomous vehicles creates vast growth opportunities for sensor developers, finds Frost & Sullivan

Improving driver safety and efficiency with smart technologies

Peter Tillotson discusses the top three technologies set to revolutionise HGV safety in the next year



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