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Tesla unveils its Model Y
Posted: 16 Mar 2019 04:33 AM PDT
Tesla recently unveiled its Model Y electric sports utility vehicle. The vehicle was unveiled by Elon Musk at the Tesla Design Studio outside Los Angeles. This is the company’s fifth production car.



GACHA, an autonomous shuttle bus for all weather conditions launched
Posted: 16 Mar 2019 04:32 AM PDT
An autonomous shuttle bus for all weather conditions, GACHA, has been launched. Finnish autonomous driving company Sensible 4 provided software for positioning, navigation, and obstacle detection; MUJI, provided expertise in design and user experience. RoboSense, LiDAR environment perception solutions provider, provided cold-resistant all-weather LiDAR for the autonomous shuttle.



Bureau Veritas now OmniAir Authorized Test Laboratory
Posted: 16 Mar 2019 04:31 AM PDT
OmniAir has announced that Bureau Veritas, an international certification agency in wireless device testing, has joined its network of OmniAir Authorized Test Laboratories. With this Bureau Veritas has become the 1st OmniAir Authorized Test Laboratory in Asia.



eSync platform to provide Over-The-Air (OTA) updates and data gathering for Project Apollo
Posted: 16 Mar 2019 01:53 AM PDT
Excelfore has announced that its eSync platform has been selected to provide Over-The-Air (OTA) updates and data gathering for Baidu’s Apollo Project.



ESCRYPT awarded contract from Transport Canada
Posted: 15 Mar 2019 11:31 PM PDT
The Government of Canada aims to create Canada’s transportation system of tomorrow, in this line; Minister of Transport has announced the award of a contract valued at up to $1.3 million to ESCRYPT to advance the development of a Canadian Security Credential Management System (SCMS) for connected vehicles.



Critical Event Video Mitigates Risks And Improves Driver Behavior
Posted: 15 Mar 2019 10:31 PM PDT
We have all seen the dashcam footage of a car accident involving a semi truck. The videos typically portray a slow moving or erratically driving vehicle cutting off a big rig causing a major accident. All too often the truckers are the ones who the blame falls on during the ‘he-said-she- said’ conundrum at the scene. Some studies show that up to 90% of the time the trucking company is put at fault when there is no video evidence.