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Bosch extends autonomous testing to Japan

Unique driving conditions in Japan will help Bosch to take the development of autonomous driving technology to the next level. With testing of driverless vehicles on public roads already taking place in Germany and the USA, Bosch has now taken …

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Brazil road safety summit sees ESC recommendation

Autoliv is supporting the Global NCAP recommendation for mandatory fitment of Electronic Stability Control to new vehicles sold in Brazil. The Stop The Crash Partnership inaugural event taking place today and tomorrow in Brazil’s capital is pushing forward the Global …

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Study shows USA child seat installation ease using LATCH

The IIHS has compared different vehicle makes fitted with the LATCH child seat installation system for ease of use by consumers. Similar to ISOFIX in the European market, LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) is a system that uses …

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Field test results expected at European ITS event

The European DRIVE C2X project reaches a key milestone with field operation test results expected at July ITS event in Berlin. DRIVE C2X is an EU funded project with its main focus being to perform field operation tests on cooperative …

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About Jonathan Newell

Studied Engineering at Loughborough University and now involved in broadcast and technical journalism. Jonathan is based in London and Almaty.
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V2X On-Board Vehicle Collision Avoidance Technology Starts Trials in US

The connected car is starting testing in Michigan with 3000 vehicles fitted with V2X technology for collision avoidance about to begin street trials. The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) will be conducting the pilot study during the next …

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Kazakhstan Vehicle License Plates To Change in August

Police in Kazakhstan have unveiled the new format for vehicle license plates in the country which are designed to conform to international standards. Following closely on Russia’s announcement that it is to change the format of license plates (number plates) …

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Overcoming ITS Deployment Obstacles

Producing a strategy for defining the route towards a full Intelligent Transport System deployment. At last month’s kick-off event on Intelligent Transport Systems at the UN headquarters in Geneva, one speaker tackled the hard subject of deployment obstacles. Richard Harris …

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Italy Gains Benefit From Intelligent Transport Systems

Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of Italy embraces ITS to cope with the challenges of increased mobility whilst enabling more effective enforcement, improved road safety and reduced emissions. During last week’s ITS Conference of the Inland Transport Committee at the …

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