Lidar Sensor Advances for Automotive Platforms, Automatic Emergency Braking Technology Attains Fresh Urgency, Volkswagen’s Black Eye for Automotive Engineering - Automotive and Transportation Technology

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This issue profiles Lidar sensor advances for automotive platforms; automatic emergency braking technology that attains fresh urgency; cylinder deactivation technology introduced at Ford, reducing engine pumping losses, opening of an automotive R&D shop in Silicon Valley by Chinese OEM BAIC.

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Automotive and Transportation Technology Alert. Lidar Sensor Advances for Automotive Platforms; Automatic Emergency Braking Technology Attains Fresh Urgency; Volkswagen’s Black Eye for Automotive EngineeringIn This Issue1. CHINESE OEM BAIC OPENS AN AUTOMOTIVE R&D SHOP IN SILICON VALLEY2. GOOGLE SELF-DRIVING CAR’S CHIEF NEMESIS--CONVENTIONAL CARS WITH DRIVERS 3. LIDAR SENSOR ADVANCES FOR AUTOMOTIVE PLATFORMS 4. AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING (AEB) TECHNOLOGY ATTAINS FRESH URGENCY 5. VOLKSWAGEN’S BLACK EYE FOR AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING6. CYLINDER DEACTIVATION TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCED AT FORD 7. REDUCING ENGINE PUMPING LOSSES8. TOYOTA GETTING INTO FLYING CARS?




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