Scientists have developed a network that allows drones to navigate through hazardous city streets.
Scientists unveil Martti, the Finnish car designed to handle any inclement weather.
Earlier this month representatives of G&M Compliance, Inc. of Orange, CA and representatives of China Certification Centre for Automotive Products (CCAP) met with the heads of homologation for Chrysler, For... Read More...
A recall of an approximate 3 million vehicles by Honda Motor Co and other Japanese auto manufacturers was prompted due to the possible explosion of air bags supplied by Takata Corporation. This recall is part of numerous recalls over the past five years that have affected close to 10.5 million vehicles.
This article deals with improving EMC measuring methods that are used during the development of automobiles in the field of interference emissions. Development-stage investigations are normally performed with measuring systems that have actually been conceived for vehicle component tests. EMC measuring methods that are tailored to the development stage, however, are much better suited for this task since they help save time and costs. One such measuring method is presented here as a practical example.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has eased its regulations covering automobile radar systems to support the development of improved vehicle collision avoidance systems and to increase driver safety. ... Read More...
An Open Letter to the NAS team working on the project: Electronic Vehicle Controls and Unintended Acceleration (TRB-SASP-10-03)
The professional opinions of Dr. Antony Anderson BSc(Hons), PhD, CEng, FIEE/IET MIEEE, Dr. Brian Kirk BSc(Hons), PhD, CEng, MBCS, MACM, and EurIng Keith Armstrong BSc(Hons), CEng, FIET, SMIEEE, ACGI