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Devvyaani J

Devvyaani J
Devvyaani is a technology reporter at Automotive India News. Interested in writing on latest developments in the automobile segment.

Cypress Automotive MCUs to drive Continental’s next-gen body electronics platform

Cypress Semiconductor said that Continental has selected Cypress’ automotive microcontrollers (MCUs) for its next-generation body electronics platform. Cypress designed the Traveo  II family especially to deliver the performance, scalability, low power consumption and security required for emerging automotive platforms. The solution from Cypress will support Continental in providing a broad …

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Qualcomm Drive Data Platform Powers TomTom’s maping solution for Autonomous Driving

Qualcomm Technologies is working with TomTom, a global leader in navigation and mapping products, on using the Qualcomm Drive Data Platform for high-definition (HD) map crowdsourcing in the area of autonomous driving. Qualcomm Drive Data Platform uses cutting-edge technologies to intelligently collect and analyze data from different vehicle sensors, supporting …

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Daimler, Uber join hands to drive self-driving vehicles

Auto giant Daimler and transportation network major Uber have joined hands for self-driving vehicles. Under the pact, Daimler plans to introduce self-driving vehicles also on Uber’s global ridesharing network in the future. Daimler is the first automotive maker to join with Uber as it opens up its platform for manufacturers …

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Volvo Cars autonomous cars with four-member family

Swedish automaker Volvo Cars has revealed its project of developing autonomous cars with the introduction of a family of four at the Detroit Motor Show. Gothenburg-based Hain family are the first people chosen by Volvo to take part in a real-life autonomous drive research programme using real cars in real …

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Nexteer Automotive unveils new automated steering technologies at NAIAS

Global automotive steering specialist Nexteer Automotive expanded its automated driving portfolio by unveiling two new steering technologies at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The new solutions Nexteer Steering on Demand System enables safe, intuitive transitions between driving modes and Nexteer Quiet Wheel  Steering conveys safety, re-imagines the driver’s …

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