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The Internet of Things: Connectivity — On Steroids

And now there’s the “Internet of Things.” Rapidly emerging, the IoT, to which it is often referred, is the billions of interconnected “smart” devices that enhance our daily lives and are already impacting ...

Automotive Standards for Connected Transportation – SAE Infographic Series

Full commercialization and market acceptance of connected vehicles won’t take place until issues as driver vehicle interface, system status, functional safety, cybersecurity, public acceptance, driver education, ...

Solving for Autonomous Commercial Vehicles

At the 2015 Unmanned Systems Conference this past May, a panel of industry experts provided insight into autonomous technologies from a commercial vehicle perspective, focusing on four critical areas: ...

Surveys Say: Advanced Safety Technologies Score High but…

Driver assist systems and collision protection came out on top this past month in two recently conducted surveys, and that is good news for the future of autonomous vehicles. HDMA’s Diesel Download e-newsletter ...

Today’s Emissions Issues Improved with Yesterday’s Standards?

In the quest to increase vehicle efficiency and lower emissions today, Don Smolenski, an Evonik Oil Additives’ OEM liaison manager, wonders if fuel economy could in fact be hiding in SAE J300—a standard dating ...