Report: Collision Avoidance Sensors Market Will Be Worth $18.97 Billion by 2025
The global collision avoidance sensors market size is expected to reach $18.97 billion by 2025, according to a new study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc.
Honda Reaches One Million Vehicles with Honda Sensing on Road
Honda has announced that U.S. sales of vehicles equipped with the Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies have reached the one-million mark.
U.S. Transportation Department Sets New Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Requirements
U.S. auto-safety regulators have mandated that new vehicles must communicate with each other through vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology beginning in 2020, with the goal of increasing safety.
Key Bipartisan, Bicameral Auto Consumer Protection Legislation Introduced
Legislation requires the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to integrate active safety technology into its crashworthiness rating system.
BMW Unveils New BMW 7 Series with Extensive Use of Carbon Fiber
Automaker states that the 7 Series is the first-ever vehicle in which mass-produced, carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic is used in combination with steel and aluminum.
Jaguar Land Rover Researching Technology to Allow Vehicles to Avoid Potholes
Technology would allow a vehicle to identify the location and severity of potholes, broken drains and manhole covers, and then share this data in real-time via the cloud with other vehicles and road authorities to help them prioritize repairs.
NTSB Says Collision Avoidance Systems Should Be Standard in Cars
The systems, according to the report, could possibly prevent more than 80 percent of rear-end collisions annually.
Vehicle Will Grade Teens on Their Driving Habits
2016 Chevrolet Malibu will be offered with a new Teen Driver System that will provide a “report card,” among other safety features.
Driverless Car Beats Racecar Driver for First Time
Autonomous Audi TTS bests amateur touring class champion David Vodden by 0.4 seconds.
First Driverless Car Hits Streets of England
Electric-powered LUTZ Pathfinder is able to travel up to 12 miles per hour and uses cameras, radar and sensors to avoid obstacles.
NHTSA Plans to Add Two Automatic Emergency Braking Systems to Vehicles
Organization says crash imminent braking and dynamic brake support systems can help mitigate the severity of a crash or to avoid it altogether by automatically applying the vehicle’s brakes or supplementing the driver’s braking effort.