Could Self-Healing Materials Be Utilised In Transport?

How far are self-healing vehicles from becoming a reality? Ben Smye investigates

Dual intentions - Delphi Technologies talks powertrains

While the name Delphi will be familiar, Delphi Technologies is a new, separate global venture with a different focus.

Powertrain Innovation Requires Accelerated Learning To Deliver Revolution

Sam Akehurst, Professor of Advanced Powertrain Systems, at The Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) outlines his vision of the future



Off-highway leading the way in autonomous driving

There is much talk in the media about driverless cars, but when it comes to autonomous vehicles the off-highway, construction and mining industries have been working quietly on the technology for decades

It’s a kind of magic: HMI meets truck design

Sam Clark, CEO at Conjure, offers his thoughts on what influence advances in HMI will have on truck design.

Developments In Non-Contact Engine Volume Gauging

Terry Arden discusses custom non-contact engine volume gauging for Tier 2 and 3 component suppliers

Volvo Uses Mixed-Reality In Testing

Collaboration creates a world-first approach to evaluating prototypes, designs and active safety technologies

How To Improve Engine Efficiency

An innovative torque sensor is helping to reduce engine emissions and improve economy as part of a project to develop an intelligent lubrication system

The Future Of Vehicle Autonomy

Vehicle manufacturers are investing heavily in autonomy and the communications infrastructure required to make autonomous vehicles work, without compromising on user safety or cyberdata safety.

How Is Simulation Being Used In Automotive Design?

Instead of designing motor components one after the other, Porsche and Altair have teamed up to use simulation to do it all at once

What are the choices for powering next generation vehicles?

With piston engines still very much with us, alongside alternative fuels, hybrids and pure EVs, the powertrain industry has fragmented into a fascinating mass of technology choices

What Are Carbon Nanobuds (CNBs)?

Carbon nanobuds are a nanomaterial that enable 3D-shaped, smart touch surfaces. CNBs offer vehicle interior designers new opportunities to take advantage of 3D-shaped smart surfaces with physical haptic technology.

How will materials for additive manufacturing affect the transport industry?

How will materials for additive manufacturing affect the transport industry in years to come? Here, Ben Smye looks at the road ahead

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

Large expansion of Canadian EV charging network

Canadian Tyre is installing fast chargers at 90 locations

Nissan debuts new lighter interior materials

This lattice structure deadens sound in the 500-1200 hertz zone

Is this the future of EV charging?

VW idea brings an autonomous robot direct to the car

Karma has selected AI for autonomous driving

Revero family to be launched in 2021 with the Xavier system-on-a-chip



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