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— Marine

Sealegs begins licensing its amphibious drive system to boat builders worldwide

By - April 12, 2014 24 Pictures
NZ-based Sealegs has begun licensing its amphibious boat technology. Already the world's largest amphibian manufacturer, Sealegs' first licensee under the "Powered by Sealegs" scheme is Dubai-based ASIS Boats, one of the world's largest manufacturers of Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats. Sealegs current motorized, retractable and steerable wheeled system is suitable for boats up to 2.5 tonnes, but the company will launch an entirely new system suitable for boats up to 6.5 tonnes in June. ASIS will offer Sealegs amphibious technology across its entire range of recreational, commercial and military boats up to 12 meters. Gizmag spoke with Sealegs' CEO David Glen to get an outline the company's development plans. Read More
— Automotive

Volvo tests cloud-based communication system to make driving safer

By - March 24, 2014 2 Pictures
Volvo has a history of shaping many safety features we take for granted today, regardless of what brand of car we drive. From the first introduction of the safety cage in 1944 and pioneering laminated windshields that same year, Volvo has always prided itself as a safety trailblazer. Now the Swedish automotive company is further developing its cloud-based infotainment system as part of a safety-focused pilot project. Read More
— Automotive

The battle for the world's sportiest front-wheel-drive pocket-rocket heats up

By - March 8, 2014 37 Pictures
If you were compiling a list of the world’s sportiest front wheel drive cars, you’d no doubt start with names like the MINI Cooper S, Volkswagen Golf GTI or Scirocco R, Ford Focus RS500 or Taurus SHO, Honda Integra Type R, Vauxhall/Opel Vectra or Astra VXR models, Peugeot 205 GTi, Alfa Romeo 147 or 156 GTA models, Nissan Altima Coupe, Mazda speed3, one of the Renaultsport Meganes, or if you’re a little older perhaps the Lotus Elan, Lancia Fulvia, Fiat Abarth or Volvo S80 T6. Now there’s a new name to put at the very top of that list and several new contenders gunning for the crown. Read More
— Automotive

New Volvo tech allows deliveries to be made to parked cars

By - February 20, 2014 2 Pictures
It's kind of ironic that couriers usually attempt home deliveries during the day, while most people are away at work. Not only does this mean that those people don't get their packages as soon as they could, but it also means the couriers have to go to the time and trouble of making a second attempt on another day. Volvo wants to change that, by letting drivers use their parked cars as mobile delivery points. Read More
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