As they become more commonplace in today’s motor vehicles, advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) require a unique set of testing procedures that include repeatability of the trigger mechanism in a safe, controlled environment to accurately measure their effectiveness.
New innovations and ideas are steadily improving the versatility and effectiveness of wirelessly charging electric vehicles.
The US Government is beginning to draft policies to require vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology to be included in new cars and light trucks. V2V technology uses a radio signal to transmit the vehicle’s location, speed, and other information to warn drivers of a potential accident.
An updated policy is currently being developed to eliminate harmful emissions from automobiles in Jamaica as part of the Road Traffic Act. The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) is developing t... Read More...