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Toyota rolling out the second-generation Toyota Safety Sense


Toyota is rolling out the second-generation Toyota Safety Sense?enhanced from the set of active safety packages first introduced in 2015?in its lineup from 2018. Toyota Safety Sense is a set of active safety packages developed to reduce accidents guided by the concept of supporting drivers under the assumption that they …

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OmniVision announces availability of an automotive reference design system (ARDS)


OmniVision Technologies, a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions has announced the availability of an automotive reference design system (ARDS) that provides a plug-and-play platform for developing automotive imaging systems. The lack of modularity and integration difficulties in current approaches to system design force automotive OEMs to design their …

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Samsung establishes an innovation fund while subsidiary Harman forms strategic business unit dedicated to automotive


Having secured licenses for on-road testing of autonomous driving software and hardware under development in Korea and California, Samsung is making efforts to cement its place in the automotive space. The company has established a $300-million fund–named as Samsung Automotive Innovation Fund–focussed on connected car and autonomous technologies, smart sensors, …

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HELLA Aglaia and NXP expanding their current ADAS car vision platform with AI capability in 2018


HELLA Aglaia and NXP are expanding their current ADAS car vision platform with artificial intelligence (AI) capability in 2018. HELLA Aglaia’s ADAS platforms include NXP’s S32 and i.MX auto-grade processors, enabling a safe, scalable and complete range of front vision NCAP functionality, allowing OEMs to deploy in the volume car …

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Zenuity and Ericsson partner to create safer driving conditions through cloud based technology


Zenuity is collaborating with Ericsson to launch Zenuity Connected Cloud. Zenuity is an automotive software development joint venture between Autoliv and Volvo Car  focused on Advanced Driver Assistance Support (ADAS) and Autonomous Driving (AD) systems. This new platform will utilize Ericsson’s technology infrastructure to provide a suite of vehicle-connected services …

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Volvo XC40 has a number of advanced safety features


Volvo is bringing a new standard of safety and user experience to the small SUV premium segment with the launch of the new Volvo XC40. It is being claimed that the car has been developed around the challenges of modern city life, the car aims to make the daily urban …

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Nissan launches Intelligent Rear View Mirror (I-RVM) in some new models


Nissan is launching another innovative technology in the 2018 model year – the Intelligent Rear View Mirror (I-RVM). I-RVM adds a built-in LCD monitor within the traditional rearview mirror to help provide clear rearward visibility. The 2018 Nissan Armada will be the first Nissan vehicle to offer the new I-RVM …

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Volkswagen unveils T-Roc, SUV with many advanced features


The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand is present in more than 150 markets throughout the world and produces vehicles at over 50 locations in 14 countries. In 2016, Volkswagen produced around 5.99 million vehicles, including best-selling models such as the Golf, Tiguan, Jetta and Passat. The company is extending its model …

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Growth in the global automotive LiDAR market predicted

According to a report by Persistance Market Research, the prime factor boosting the growth in the global automotive LiDAR market is the increasing integration of LiDAR technology in the vehicles by OEMs to automate the driving. Other points raised by the the report are: With OEMs integrating LiDAR in ADAS …

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DENSO develops 24-GHz submillimeter-wave radar sensor, used in the 2018 Toyota Camry

DENSO Corporation has developed a 24-GHz submillimeter-wave rear and side radar sensor to help enhance vehicle safety systems. The sensor is used in the 2018 Toyota Camry released this past July. It’s strategically built into the rear bumper of the vehicle to detect other vehicles likely to enter the driver’s …

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