Humans have long been masters of dexterity, a skill that can largely be credited to the help of our eyes. Robots, meanwhile, are still catching up.
Sleep, meet, or have a face-to-face conversation: Volvo’s new autonomous concept car offers an intriguing group of mobile accommodations.
Compared to combustion-engine vehicles, EVs necessitate more engineers (a “team”) and more disciplines for their development.
A proprietary membrane technology allows for bulk hydrogen to be transported in the form of ammonia and then reconverted back to hydrogen for a fuel-cell vehicle.
The NHTSA has spent over five years developing warning sound rules to protect pedestrians from slow-moving EVs, but some issues remain unresolved.
As Li-ion battery technology nears its full potential, solid-state batteries using solid electrodes and solid electrolytes are possible replacement candidates.
Spurred by growth in automotive applications, power semiconductor shipments are forecast to ramp up over the next five years, with SiC nudging its way into the fray.
In the future, you may look out the window on your commercial flight and see an aircraft flying without a pilot (in the aircraft that is).
The SHRIMP (SHort-Range Independent Micro-robotic Platforms) program’s goal is to push the state-of-the art in micro-to-milli-robotics platforms and underlying technology.