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BOCI bats for vehicle insurance validity extension


Bus & Car Operators Confederation of India (BOCI), the apex body for public transport in India representing private passenger transport operators, has sought extension of vehicle insurance validity. Operators attached to BOCI run 17 lakh buses in various segments and accounts for 30 crore passenger trips, amounting to more than 80% …

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India to create digital platforms and mobile apps for logistics


The Indian government will create digital platforms and mobile apps for logistics like Warehouse Information Tracking and Trading Yard (WITTY) and other such development platforms. This is to  help mapping of warehousing and logistics in India. Disclosing this information at a virtual conference hosted by PHD Chamber of Commerce and …

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Virtual Shell eco-marathon Asia off-track awards won by four Indian teams

Shell eco-marathon

Four Indian teams have bagged awards in four out of six categories at the first virtual Shell Eco-marathon Asia Off-Track event. Student teams from India won a $3000 prize money each. While the on-track event was cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic, the the organizers evaluated students online for the off-track awards in the …

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Doctor Shivani Vivekanand advice on Car travel keeping Corona away

Shivani Vivekanand

By Dr Shivani Vivekanand, Practicing Physician from Hosur, Tamil Nadu (India) The entire world is affected by the new corona virus global pandemic. The simplest advice to avoid Covid-19 is to stay safe at home. But what if you have to go somewhere by car? Here’s the advice by Dr …

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India to emerge as world’s fourth largest SCR & AdBlue market

By Alex Wood, Analyst, Integer Research The Indian government has been proactive in taking steps to prepare the market for the introduction of Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) emission standards on April 1, 2020. The new emission standards will be enforced on the same date across the country, allowing businesses to devise national investment …

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RBEI Tech Trends 2018 highlights growing importance for tech-driven urban mobility

RBEI Tech Trends 2018

RBEI Tech Trends 2018 event organized by Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (RBEI) has thrown light on growing importance for technology-driven urban mobility. The event touched various subjects related to growing urbanization and related issues in connection with urban mobility. Addressing the gathering,Vijay Ratnaparkhe, President and Managing Director of …

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How an Indian origin teen excited on new car license in US?

Volvo XC40 SUV

Learning driving is an excitement for teens. And selecting a car after getting their driving license is still more exciting process. Here explains Anusha Ramesh, an Indian origin American, of her experience….. Once we high schoolers get our freshly printed driver’s licenses, the next agenda is to get a set …

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MIPI DevCon 2017 highlights interface standards to support automotive market

Peter Lefkin, Managing Director, MIPI Alliance

MIPI DevCon 2017, a technical event organised by MIPI Alliance, has highlighted the new mobile technologies emerging for automotive industry. The MIPI Alliance is an international organization that develops specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries. As mobile technology rapidly expands into areas such as automotive, augmented/virtual reality and IoT, adopting MIPI …

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Accelerating Design in Vehicle Electronics Using a System Optimising Compiler

  -by Giles Peckham & Adam Taylor Automotive electrical systems have experienced rapid technological growth thanks to Moore’s law. Modern automobiles have evolved from simple engine electrical systems, coupled with an AM radio. Today’s modern vehicles contain several advanced electronic systems, performing such functions as engine control, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems …

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Tesla Vs Audi : A Latest Battle at Level 3

Amidst of all the driverless noise, Audi announces their premium segment car, A8, loaded with cameras, LiDars, and what not, importantly, with extra layers of checkpoints and hardware, to knuckle down the driver if he is not paying attention, to basically solve the problem that the SAE’s Level 3 autonomy …

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