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Revving up for EVs - Q&A with Saietta

26 March 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Revving up for EVs - Q&A with Saietta Matthew Beecham Saietta has engineered a breakthrough in electric propulsion motors for all vehicles from scooters to buses. It recently received fundi... read more


Selling silence - transforming the cabin into a quiet bubble

23 March 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Selling silence - transforming the cabin into a quiet bubble Matthew Beecham Israel-based Silentium has developed an active noise cancellation solution capable of lowering unwanted cabin noise peaks ... read more


Transitioning from ICE to EV production – Q&A with ABB

17 March 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Transitioning from ICE to EV production – Q&A with ABB Matthew Beecham As the auto industry shifts from ICE power to EVs, manufacturers face opportunities and challenges on a number of levels. To lea... read more


Redesigning the automotive retail experience - Q&A with ZeroLight

25 February 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Redesigning the automotive retail experience - Q&A with ZeroLight Matthew Beecham There are some in the auto industry who believe that the rise of digital solutions within the new car buying journey... read more


Euro vision - Q&A with Apollo Vredestein

24 February 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Euro vision - Q&A with Apollo Vredestein Matthew Beecham Tyres remain a key technology within chassis engineering. Quite apart from the fact that vehicle grip and handling behaviour ultimately depend... read more


Riding high on coconut shells - Q&A with Carbon Air

15 February 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Riding high on coconut shells - Q&A with Carbon Air Matthew Beecham A British materials company is planning further growth of applications for its 'activated carbon' air suspension technology followi... read more


Material matters - Challenges of casting EV and hybrid components

15 February 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Material matters - Challenges of casting EV and hybrid components Matthew Beecham As vehicles are developed to meet the low emissions targets set around the world, it isn't just design and functi... read more


5G and the digital cockpit – Q&A with Harman

9 February 2021 | Matthew Beecham

5G and the digital cockpit – Q&A with Harman Matthew Beecham Forget RPM, think EPM (Experiences Per Mile). As mobility shifts, the digital cockpit is evolving, offering vehicle occupants new safety a... read more


Driving the cockpit revolution – Q&A with Visteon CEO

18 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Driving the cockpit revolution – Q&A with Visteon CEO Matthew Beecham Forget what is under the hood, the battleground has shifted to what is inside the cockpit. Market leader Visteon has developed lo... read more


Tomorrow’s cockpit – more connected, versatile and immersive

15 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Tomorrow’s cockpit – more connected, versatile and immersive Matthew Beecham A car interior must suit the owner's lifestyle, yet also be functional and flexible. Connectivity between the vehicle,... read more


Redefining car interiors – Q&A with Faurecia

14 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Redefining car interiors – Q&A with Faurecia Matthew Beecham The driver and passenger experience is changing, with advanced technologies able to boost safety and reduce the load on the driver, as we... read more


VIRTUAL CES - Gentex’s digital vision

12 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

VIRTUAL CES - Gentex’s digital vision Matthew Beecham The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has gone digital this week, and so has Gentex. The tier one automotive supplier, best-known for its rearview ... read more


System solutions for the software-defined car - Q&A with ZF

12 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

System solutions for the software-defined car - Q&A with ZF Matthew Beecham The vehicle of the future will feature high levels of networking and automation defined by software, says ZF. But a 'so... read more


Intelligent cockpit systems - intuitive and interconnected, anticipating user needs

11 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Intelligent cockpit systems - intuitive and interconnected, anticipating user needs Matthew Beecham Modern vehicles are already described as 'supercomputers on wheels', with the levels of com... read more


Active valves for hybrid vehicle exhausts - Sounding out Tenneco

11 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Active valves for hybrid vehicle exhausts - Sounding out Tenneco Matthew Beecham Although hybrids are becoming more popular with manufacturers - the technology being a relatively simple, cost-effecti... read more


4D imaging radar – Is this the Next Big Thing to define automotive safety standards?

8 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

4D imaging radar – Is this the Next Big Thing to define automotive safety standards? Matthew Beecham Vayyar, an Israeli based startup, says its production-ready radar-on-chip platform has the safety ... read more


Sensing solutions for automotive applications – Q&A with Infineon

7 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

Sensing solutions for automotive applications – Q&A with Infineon Matthew Beecham Three megatrends are shaping the auto industry: electro-mobility, automated driving and the connected car. This is we... read more


UX is the new horsepower - Q&A with Continental

7 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

UX is the new horsepower - Q&A with Continental Matthew Beecham Maximising the time we spend in a car has become a major focus for manufacturers as the auto industry prepares for automated driving. ... read more


LiDAR paves the way for AVs - Q&A with Innoviz

5 January 2021 | Matthew Beecham

LiDAR paves the way for AVs - Q&A with Innoviz Matthew Beecham Innoviz Technologies develops and manufactures solid-state LiDAR (which stands for Light Detection and Ranging) sensors and perception s... read more


UK auto industry project accelerates the development of AVs on public roads

7 December 2020 | Matthew Beecham

UK auto industry project accelerates the development of AVs on public roads Matthew Beecham Recently a digital twin of the Midlands Future Mobility testbed was launched by software specialist rFpro. ... read more


SiaSearch's mission to manage huge data sets and boost AV development

2 December 2020 | Dave Leggett

SiaSearch's mission to manage huge data sets and boost AV development Dave Leggett SiaSearch, a Berlin-based start-up, specialises in the handling of high data volumes generated from ADAS equipment... read more


The impact of COVID-19 on the automotive aftermarket – Q&A with Delphi Technologies

25 November 2020 | Matthew Beecham

The impact of COVID-19 on the automotive aftermarket – Q&A with Delphi Technologies Matthew Beecham Before the pandemic struck, the automotive aftermarket was in a state of flux. Evolving car owners... read more


Material matters – Lightweighting solutions for the auto industry

9 November 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Material matters – Lightweighting solutions for the auto industry Matthew Beecham Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) is a global supplier of bumper-to-bumper solutions in thermoplastics.... read more


Pandemic gives a boost to micro EV maker

26 October 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Pandemic gives a boost to micro EV maker Matthew Beecham Austin, Texas-based Ayro Inc, formerly known as AEV Technologies Inc, designs and makes small, short-haul electric vehicles (EVs) for urban m... read more


Harman on next level audio experiences

26 October 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Harman on next level audio experiences Matthew Beecham Advances in car audio are accelerating rapidly to the point where it represents a major element of the cockpit. No longer restricted to a head u... read more


Tomorrow’s car - Perpetually upgradeable machines

6 October 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Tomorrow’s car - Perpetually upgradeable machines Matthew Beecham With vehicles averaging 11 years on the road, the opportunities to surprise and delight motorists are few and far between. AI, softwa... read more


Redefining LiDAR - Will perception software become the eyes of AVs?

5 October 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Redefining LiDAR - Will perception software become the eyes of AVs? Matthew Beecham California-based LiDAR specialist, AEye has developed iDAR (Intelligent Detection And Ranging), a perception system... read more


Sit down, we need to talk – Facetime with Nio

28 August 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Sit down, we need to talk – Facetime with Nio Matthew Beecham While giving instructions in our cars is nothing new, putting questions to the likes of Alexa and Cortana while on the road is. Carmakers... read more


Exhausting business – Tenneco hits the right note on the Chevy Corvette

7 July 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Exhausting business – Tenneco hits the right note on the Chevy Corvette Matthew Beecham Tenneco is supplying thermal and acoustic management solutions in an exhaust system design for first-ever, mid-... read more


Faurecia VP on connected and personalised car interiors

6 July 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Faurecia VP on connected and personalised car interiors Matthew Beecham If you appreciate uncluttered, simple dashboards, then it will come as welcome news that traditional buttons are gradually disa... read more


Exponential demand for ADAS puts pressure on vehicle testing

29 June 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Exponential demand for ADAS puts pressure on vehicle testing Matthew Beecham The volume and complexity of vehicle testing for assessments and approvals are expanding rapidly, causing concern for the ... read more


Falken Tyre is on a roll as the COVID-19 lockdown eases

18 June 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Falken Tyre is on a roll as the COVID-19 lockdown eases Matthew Beecham In the latest of our COVID-19 industry updates, we speak with Markus Bögner, COO and President of Falken Tyre Europe, to f... read more


How data farming can accelerate AV development

11 June 2020 | Matthew Beecham

How data farming can accelerate AV development Matthew Beecham Autonomous vehicles (AVs) rely on artificial intelligence (AI) to direct behaviour. AI is built up through machine learning in which alg... read more


How tomorrow’s car could take care of your mind, body and soul

12 May 2020 | Matthew Beecham

How tomorrow’s car could take care of your mind, body and soul Matthew Beecham The importance of health and wellness has come into sharp focus in recent months. Consumer technologies such as fitness ... read more


Using driving simulators to navigate the ‘new normal’

28 April 2020 | Matthew Beecham

Using driving simulators to navigate the ‘new normal’ Matthew Beecham As COVID-19 continues to impact the global automotive industry, OEMs and Tier Ones are looking at how to minimise cost, catch up ... read more


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