Future Jaguar Land Rover vehicles to help get rid of motion sickness

Future Jaguar Land Rover vehicles to help get rid of motion sickness

Future Jaguar Land Rover vehicles will be able to tell if a passenger is feeling unwell and adjust settings to combat motion sickness.

Immersion licences its Haptics technology to Preh for use in automotive surfaces

Immersion licences its Haptics technology to Preh for use in automotive surfaces

Immersion Corporation, a developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, announced that it has signed a multi-year license agreement with Preh GmbH, a supplier of human machine interface solutions (HMI) for automobiles and a preferred partner of renowned OEMs in the field of haptic feedback.

22-23 January 2019

Coventry University Technology Park

newMobility LiVE brings together leading visionaries from across the transportation arena to connect, inform and debate the future of mobility. Join a truly unique conference and networking event hosted at the National Transport Museum, TechnoCentre and National Transport Design Centre in Coventry. Find out More

Toshiba releases Bluetooth 5 IC for automotive applications

Toshiba releases Bluetooth 5 IC for automotive applications

Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation has added “TC35681IFTG”, a new IC for automotive applications, to its line-up of ICs compliant with Bluetooth low energy (LE) core specification v5.0.

Ford Focus introduces lighting technology that reads road signs and lane markings to match headlight beams

Ford Focus introduces lighting technology that reads road signs and lane markings to match headlight beams

New lighting technologies introduced by Ford are designed to make getting behind the wheel after dark a more comfortable and potentially safer experience.

Continental eliminates forward blind spots by integrating OLED displays in the vehicle’s A-pillar

Continental eliminates forward blind spots by integrating OLED displays in the vehicle’s A-pillar

Continental has developed a virtual A-Pillar to help remove forward blind spots, making wide A-pillars virtually see-through. The front support pillars, often referred to as A-pillars, anchor the windshield and the beginning foundation of the vehicle’s roof.