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Bluetooth low energy semiconductor will see a strong demand in the years to come

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Telematics Wire into conversation with  Addy Mulders, Marketing Operations Manager at Dialog Semiconductor. Addy Mulders is responsible for the automotive product roadmap of Dialog Semiconductor’s Bluetooth Low Energy Business Unit. The excerpts of the conversation: TW: Would you like to discuss some of your offerings in the automotive segment? Addy: …

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Tesla unveils Semi Truck and Roadster

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Tesla has launched a new version of its sports car, Roadster. Roadster is the fastest production car ever manufactured and can speeds up to 60 mph in 1.9 sec. The car has a 200 kWh battery pack that offers 630 miles of highway driving range. The car will be available …

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Automakers turn to China as it emerges as the largest EV market


Toyota Motor is considering selling locally designed and manufactured all-electric vehicle models in China, according to a report by Reuters. China aims to phase out fossil fuel powered cars in long-term and in the medium term has set up strict quotas for electric and plug-in hybrid cars which will come …

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GM relies on cheap battery and all new vehicle platform to bring profitable EVs


The CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra has given a statement that the company is planning to launch a new family of electric vehicles in 2021 that will cost less to build and make the profit for the automaker. GM is looking to develop an all-new electric vehicle platform that …

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Continental plans to enter electric vehicle battery market


Continental, one of the largest automotive supplier is planning to invest in battery production. The German company is willing to establish a manufacturing unit in Europe that would reduce the heavy dependence by the companies here on Asian firms like Panasonic, Samsung, BYD and US firm Tesla, according to a …

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Lamborghini in collaboration with MIT is working on electric super sports car

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Automobili Lamborghini in collaboration with two laboratories of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology marks the first steps of a possible future Lamborghini electric super sports car. The company has announced a new design concept “Lamborghini of the Terzo Millennio”. The concept physically imagines design and technology theories of tomorrow, while …

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Self-driving cars will be on the road within 3 years, says Nvidia CEO

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has given a statement that self-driving cars will be on the roads and highways by 2020, Venture Beat has reported. Nvidia is one of the leading companies working on self-driving technology. The company makes car computers like Drive PX 2, Pegasus etc that are used in …

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Ford and Zotye Automobile to invest $756 million to set up a joint venture on electric vehicles in China

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Ford Motor and China’s Anhui Zotye Automobile will invest a combined $756 million to set up a 50-50 joint venture in China to build electric passenger vehicles. Zotye Ford also plans to build a new manufacturing plant in Zhejiang Province. The new JV is aimed at expanding Ford’s footprint in …

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Groupe Renault extends its offerings in ADAS and announces a new partnership


Groupe Renault has developed an autonomous control system that can handle challenging driving scenarios. In an industry first, the system can demonstrate road obstacle avoidance and has been tested against professional test drivers. The company is working to become one of the first brands to offer” Mind off” technology on …

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A trial of 5G technologies for automobiles, conducted jointly by NTT Docomo, Toyota, Ericsson and Intel


A trial of 5G technologies for automobiles, conducted jointly by NTT Docomo, Toyota, Ericsson and Intel achieved data speeds of up to 1 Gbps for 4K-resolution video communications with a vehicle traveling at 30 km/h. The trial conducted along Tokyo’s Odaiba waterfront involved a moving vehicle mounted with an Intel …

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