2016-07-14 - Stephan Ohr

Tesla fatality: Autopilot or driver error?

We look at the Tesla as if it is supposed to perform miracles, when in fact the crash may have…

2016-07-07 - Curtis Franklin Jr.

3D-printed skins take car customisation to new heights

Automobiles have come a long way since the time when you could have yours in any colour, as long as…

2016-07-06 - Ariella Brown

Automaker commits to ethical standards for supply chain

Can a company do well by committing to do good? Ford affirms it can.

2016-07-06 - Junko Yoshida

Unified API promises to answer all auto security demands

The self-driving car platform is a battleground from which the big boys—both tech companies like Google and traditional automakers—are unlikely…

2016-07-05 - Junko Yoshida

Tesla’s first fatal crash casts pall at three-way auto event

The accident, currently under investigation by U.S. auto-safety regulators, is likely to direct more scrutiny toward autonomous driving technology, which…

2016-06-28 - Vishay Intertechnology

Inductors handle high current spikes without hard saturation

Offering a low 6.4mm profile, the Vishay Dale IHLP-5050FD-8A provides a wide range of inductance values from 0.22µH to 22µH.

2016-06-26 - James Nolan

The road to driverless trucks: ROI triggers IoT adoption

Purely driverless vehicles on busy streets pose a significant challenge--one that’s being gradually met and is expected to ease up…

2016-06-22 - Jörg Angstenberger, Frederic Garraud

Test procedure for MOST150 coax physical layer

As we introduce an additional Physical Layer for MOST150, new challenges and demands for Physical Layer testing come up.

2016-06-21 - Steve Taranovich

EVs as income generators

The second part of the article tackles about solar curtailment and how one could possibly generate an income from EVs.

2016-06-21 - Junko Yoshida

Is driverless car on same route as 3D TV? – Part 1

From start-ups to leading tech companies, opportunities abound for everyone to pile onto the self-driving bandwagon. But there are endless…