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    Toyota takes InfoTechnology Center in-house

    2018-07-24T17:35:57Z

    Image: Toyota Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has announced the reorganization of its InfoTechnology Center research and development companies. The functions of the Tokyo-based InfoTechnology Center (ITC Japan) will be absorbed into TMC’s in-house Connected Company by March 2019, and ITC USA, California, will be incorporated into Toyota Motor North ...

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    Intel forms automated driving unit

    2016-12-01T08:46:11Z

    Intel showed its automated-driving technology during the LA Auto Show (Photo: Intel) Intel has formed a separate automated driving unit that will focus on next-generation driver assistance systems and autonomous-driving technologies. The chipmaker's Automated Driving Group (ADG), which aims to boost Intel's share of a fast-growing new mobility market, ...

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    Automated driving gets a boost as Bosch joins research project

    2015-08-25T14:13:43Z

    Many requirements need to be met for autonomous driving (Photo: Bosch) Robert Bosch said it has joined a German research product aimed at speeding up the development of automated-driving technologies. The German automotive supplier group said Ko-HAF, as the project is called, wants to help develop cars "in which ...

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    IAA: Continental, IBM cooperate on connected vehicle technology

    2013-09-10T20:17:38Z

    Continental expect partially automated driving to start in 2016 (Photo: Continental) FRANKFURT ”“ Continental and IBM will jointly develop connected-vehicle technologies for the auto industry. The two companies announced their joint plans at a press conference at the Frankfurt auto show (IAA) Tuesday. "Step-by-step development of future mobility is ...

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    At Nissan, researchers hope to develop a mind-reading car

    2011-09-29T15:42:41Z

    Nissan and the EPFL university are testing mind-reading systems with a wheelchair (Photo: EPFL) It's the thought that counts in a new Nissan Europe research project. The Japanese carmaker, together with the Lausanne Technical University (EPFL) is studying whether brain waves can actually direct a vehicle. "After scanning the thought ...