Ford and Virginia Tech Transportation Institute are testing a Ford-designed method for self-driving vehicles to signal their "intent" to pedestrians; the research is hoped to help develop common standards for such communication.
Seeking to establish regulatory stability to a rapidly-advancing technology landscape, the U.S. DOT releases new and more-specific voluntary guidelines for safety-focused automated-vehicle development.
The Yokogawa DL350 ScopeCorder is a compact, fully portable measuring instrument available for capturing, displaying, recording and analyzing a wide variety of electrical and physical parameters in industry sectors including automotive, electronics, energy, transport and mechatronics.
SAE International's Ground Vehicle Standards activity is recruiting industry participants for a Cooperative Research Project (CRP) for Safe and Interoperable Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) for charging hybrid and electric vehicles.