Tuesday 17th September 2019
Category

Autonomous vehicles

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Bristol overtakes London as the United Kingdom’s leading smart city

A new white paper from Navigant Research, commissioned by Huawei, examines the strategy and execution of 20 leading smart cities in the United Kingdom, highlighting each city’s strategy, key projects, and overall readiness to execute its smart city vision.Read More

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Spirent and WMG collaborate on connected and autonomous vehicles

Spirent Communications plc, the provider in GPS, Galileo and other global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) testing solutions, today announced a partnership with WMG’s Intelligent Vehicles Group, which takes a multi-disciplinary approach to autonomous vehicles in order to understand the full research and practical implications. WMG is leading research and education group, part of the University of Warwick.Read More

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TomTom Traffic launches in Japan

Navigation technologies company, TomTom, announced the introduction of TomTom Traffic in Japan. This extends the service’s reach to 69 countries with a combined population of more than five billion people. TomTom Traffic covers secondary and surface roads, broad coverage, low latency and high GPS probe density.Read More

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Renesas Electronics and ASTC accelerate software development for smart cameras with virtual platform for R-Car V3M

Renesas Electronics, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Australian Semiconductor Technology Company Pty Ltd (ASTC), and VLAB Works, a subsidiary of ASTC, announced a joint development of the VLAB/IMP-TA Simulator virtual platform (VP) for Renesas’ R-Car V3M,Read More