Innovations in Self-driven Vehicles, Vehicle Monitoring and Safety Systems

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This issue of Automotive and Transportation TOE covers recent developments in self-driven vehicles, vehicle monitoring and safety system. Innovations profiled include a LiDAR sensor by Luminar Technologies that can detect distant obstacles, application of artificial intelligence to make autonomous cars safer by AImotive Kft., a mobile app to track vehicle performance by Zubie, an advanced road safety system for hilly areas by Leo Burnett, a self-powered deceleration indicating lamp by Mechoptix Inc., a secure vehicle-to-everything solution for autonomous driving by Auto-Talks Ltd., a scalable digital cockpit platform for automobiles by HARMAN International, and an IoT platform suitable for connected cars by No

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Innovations in Self-driven Vehicles, Vehicle Monitoring and Safety SystemsRecent Developments in Automotive and Transportation TechnologiesLiDAR Sensor that can Detect Distant ObstaclesArtificial Intelligence to Make Autonomous Cars SaferMobile App to Track Vehicle PerformanceAdvanced Road Safety System for Hilly AreasSelf-powered Deceleration Indicating LampSecure Vehicle-to-everything Solution for Autonomous DrivingScalable Digital Cockpit Platform for AutomobilesIoT Platform Suitable for Connected CarsIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts (continued)

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