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Posted on Jan 4 2018 - 2:25pm by Robert Meyers
Comments Off on Can new technology eliminate traffic jams?

A common headache across the majority of British roads are traffic jams — an issue that all drivers will have been a victim of at some point. But is there a solution to the problem? Fortunately, the motoring world appears to share this concern, which is evident by the technology that is being designed and launched to try and combat moments of gridlock on the nation’s roads. Used van specialist Van Monster has analysed some of the most eye-catching developments that are either with us now, or are forthcoming— developments which could...

Posted on Nov 15 2017 - 7:07pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on CrossHelmet Smart Motorcycle Helmet Brings More Safe & Comfortable Riding Experience

Borderless have unveiled a new next-gen smart motorcycle helmet they’ve created which presents a wealth of latest features and upgrades whilst compared to a preferred motorbike helmet. CrossHelmet Smart Motorcycle Helmet Design The CrossHelmet is an advanced, Bluetooth-enabled smart motorcycle helmet that is available in 2 sizes with three padding alternatives to in shape on every rider. As shown inside the photographs, the smart helmet sports activities a graceful, futuristic appearance layout, and the matte end delivers some top...

Posted on May 18 2017 - 8:02pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on BeeLine, A New Type Of Cycling Computer

Beeline, a 2015 Kickstarter success story, is officially shipping units of its smart navigation system for bicycles. Designed with the simplicity in mind, this add-on for your 2-wheeler brings smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn direction in a small circular display that mounts right to your handlebar. Beeline just starts in a small rubberized shell that easily fits on a keychain, so you store it when not in use. The electronic paper display is not bigger than a coin but it packs a ton of info: Once in place, this Cycling Computer...

Posted on May 5 2017 - 7:44pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Baidu is opening its self-driving vehicle platform

Chinese-American internet giant, Baidu hopes to accelerate its autonomous car technology with the launch of its new project Apollo, a new self-driving vehicle technology platform for its partners in the autonomous driving industry. This new project will provide a complete software and hardware service solution. The plan of Baidu is for the cars to start using the tech on the roads toward the end of year and open city roads by some times in 2020, according to a statement. Read more about self-driving vehicles at www.autocpedia.com Project...

Posted on Apr 25 2017 - 9:34pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Sony comes in with its latest automotive camera sensor

Sony announced it First High-Sensitivity CMOS Image Sensor for the Automotive Cameras, it simply delivering Simultaneous LED Flicker Mitigation as well as High-Quality HDR Shooting, it is one of the first designed specifically to help autonomous vehicles function in less-than-ideal conditions. It’s a 2.45MP (effective) IMX390CQV type CMOS sensor which is said to be capable of handling different and changing lighting conditions better than other cameras meant for auto-driving cars. automotive camera sensor The contrast in a street, at...