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Quanergy announces solid-state LiDAR for self-driving cars

Quanergy Systems is set to introduce its first solid-state light detection and ranging (LiDAR) sensor for advanced driver assistance systems and self-driving cars. The system will cost less than US$1,000 per car and was previewed at the Los Angeles Auto Show's Connected Car Expo.Read More

Automotive

Prototype vehicle seat is adjusted using hand gestures

Tired of trying to remember what knobs move your car seat in which direction? Well, in the not-too-distant future, you may not have to. That's because scientists from Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research and Isringhausen GmbH have developed a seat that's moved using simple intuitive gestures.Read More

Automotive

Traffic light-timing app is coming to a BMW near you

As of this week, drivers of BMWs may be a little less frustrated by traffic lights. No, they don't now have the power to change red lights to green, but they can at least find out how long it'll be before lights change color. This feature comes courtesy of a partnership with Orgeon-based startup Connected Signals, which makes an existing app known as EnLighten.Read More

Automotive

Ford's new split-view camera helps drivers see around corners

One frustrating thing about living in any neighbourhood that gets an influx of SUVs is that it gets hard to see past rows of tall cars to work out when it's safe to nose out or back out of your driveway. Ford is tackling this kind of problem with a new split-view camera mounted on the front and rear bumpers that gives drivers a 180-degree view from the bits of the car that poke into traffic first, effectively giving them the ability to see around corners.Read More

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