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20th Feb 2020

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News & Snippets

MIT’s Ground-Penetrating Radar Looks Down for Perfect Self-Driving

[Extreme Tech, 20th Feb 2020] Ground-penetrating radar may soon be the sensor that makes your car autonomous in all weather conditions. It turns out that when you scan the 10 feet below the roadway surface, you get a unique identifier that is accurate to an inch or two. Read more

Add another EV to VW’s electric roadmap: the off-road Ruggdzz

[Electrek, 20th Feb 2020] Volkswagen has promised 20 new EVs by 2025. Most of these models combine an “ID” prefix with a double “zz” in the name. Read more

Nokia, Daimler latest talks over connected vehicle patent licensing dispute end, no resolution in sight

[ZD Net, 20th Feb 2020] Nokia and Daimler’s attempts to thrash out a licensing agreement during recent talks to reach an acceptable licensing agreement for connected vehicle patents appear to have failed. Read more

EU proposes rules for artificial intelligence to limit risks

[NBC Montana, 20th Feb 2020] The European Union is unveiling proposals to regulate artificial intelligence that calls for strict rules and safeguards on risky applications of the emerging technology. Read more

Battery management PMIC combines several monitoring functions

[Electro Pages, 20th Feb 2020] Analog Devices ADP5360 Battery Management PMIC combines several functions that can monitor the output voltage for advanced battery management. Read more

Blogs & Articles

Russian wake-up call from winter autonomous-vehicle (AV) trials

[Urgent Communications, 20th Feb 2020] Five autonomous vehicles presenting different technical paradigms must accomplish the 31-mile route imitating an urban environment in three hours in the presence of a squadron of human drivers and mannequins of passers-by. Read more

Spotted In The Shop: Livernois MyCalibrator Touch For Ford Ranger

[Off Road Xtreme, 20th Feb 2020] The Ford Ranger made its triumphant return last year and is looking to become a major contender in the midsize truck market. Its heart is the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, which comes across as a double-edged sword. Read more


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