Advances in ocean monitoring are improving research into the seas, including marine life, sea temperatures, pollution, and weather. An autonomous boat performs this research without fuel or on-board manpower, and regardless of sea conditions that...
Today, autonomous vehicles are being road tested, but their future depends on whether automakers can develop production line tests on mass-produced vehicles to ensure they’re safe.
To meet the issues associated with the automotive electrical environment, such as load/line transients and load dumps, dc regulators must incorporate specialized features and functions.
It should be obvious that the future of transportation will be electric vehicles (EVs). As countries turn away from internal combustion engine vehicles, the most aggressive outlooks see EVs making up one-third of the global car fleet by 2040—with...
A 3D-printed electric car can reach a top speed of about 43 miles per hour and has a range of 93 miles on a single charge.
An Uber autonomous vehicle was recently involved in a fatal accident in Tempe, Ariz. So, what happens next?
Porsche’s four-seat electrical concept vehicle can travel 250 miles on a single charge from induction technology or a home-based charging dock.
All-electric semis are making inroads toward hauling loads. Waymo’s truck is self-driving and getting ready for a test run. Meanwhile, Tesla’s all-electric semi (not self-driving) is hauling batteries from the company’s Nevada plant to California.
Automobile manufacturers in Europe and Asia are getting their electric SUVs ready, from the U.K.’s Jaguar unveiling its I-Pace SUV to South Korea’s Hyundai introducing its sub-compact Kona Electric SUV.