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Sono Motors plans to license the tech that powers its solar electric car

Sono Motors wants to bring technology it developed for its solar electric car to the masses. And it’s starting with autonomous shuttle startup EasyMile. The German-based startup said Tuesday during a presentation at the virtual 2021 CES tech trade show that it will license its solar body panel technology to other companies. EasyMile, which provides electric autonomous shuttle buses to governments, universities and other companies, will be the first to integrate the solar body panels onto its veh...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Germany, Tech, Ces, Munich, Automotive, Sion, Ramakrishnan, Hahn, Sono Motors, Laurin Hahn, CES 2021, Arun Ramakrishnan

The Cadillac personal drone is the cadillac of personal drones

GM revealed Tuesday a Cadillac -branded electric vertical takeoff and landing drone concept that is designed — if it’s ever built — to let owners cruise the skies in isolated luxury. The single seat eVTOL, which was showcased alongside an autonomous vehicle during GM’s keynote presentation at the virtual 2021 CES tech trade show, is the automaker’s first foray into aerial mobility. This is a mere concept, which means it’s unlikely to become a real product. However, these concepts can signal...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Ces, Automotive, Gm, Cadillac, Simcoe, Evtol, CESS 2021, Michael Simcoe GM

GM targets delivery companies with new EV business unit BrightDrop

GM has launched a new business unit to offer commercial customers — starting with FedEx — an ecosystem of electric and connected products, the latest effort in the company’s ambitious $27 billion bid to become a leading electric automaker. The new business called BrightDrop, which officially launched Tuesday during the virtual 2021 CES, will begin with two main products: an electric van called the EV600 with an estimate range of 250 miles and a pod-like electric pallet dubbed EP1. BrightDrop ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Ces, Automotive, Gm, Redpoint Ventures, Pam Fletcher, FedEx Express, Travis Katz, Global Innovation, GM Defense, CES 2021, OnStar Insurance OnStar Guardian, Global Innovation at General Motors, BrightDrop, Vision Camera Customers

Sony reveals more details on its secretive Vision-S sedan

Sony’s Vision-S prototype sedan, one of the biggest surprises at CES last year, didn’t fade away after the tech trade show ended. The Vision-S is back in a series of new videos released by Sony during 2021 CES, which kicked off Monday. Two videos show the Vision-S prototype driving on a private track and then public roads in Austria. But it’s a third, longer video (included below) that sheds more light on how Sony designed and developed the prototype, its partners and some of the tech that...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Ces, Austria, Automotive, Vodafone, Sony, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Continental, Bosch, Valeo, Stein, Magna, Magna Steyr, ZF Group

Mobileye is bringing its autonomous vehicle test fleets to at least four more cities in 2021

Mobileye, a subsidiary of Intel, is scaling up its autonomous vehicle program and plans to launch test fleets in at least four more cities over the next several months, including Detroit, Paris Shanghai and Tokyo. Mobileye president and CEO Amnon Shashua said Monday during the virtual 2021 CES tech trade show that if the company can receive regulatory approval it will also begin testing on public roads in New York City. The expansion announcement, along with details about a new lidar System o...
Tags: Transportation, Japan, New York City, Jerusalem, Tech, Intel, Ces, Munich, Automotive, Paris, Silicon Valley, Toyota, Nissan, Detroit, Mobileye, Geely Auto

Holographic startup Envisics partners with Panasonic to fast-track in-car AR tech

Envisics founder and CEO Dr. Jamieson Christmas launched the startup three years ago to “revolutionize” the in-car experience with its holographic technology. Now, it has a partner that could help it achieve that mission. The U.K.-based holographic technology startup said Friday it reached an agreement with Panasonic Automotive Systems to jointly develop and commercialize a new generation of head-up displays for cars, trucks and SUVs. Panasonic Automotive Systems is a Tier 1 automotive s...
Tags: Startups, TC, Tech, Ces, Automotive, Augmented Reality, Panasonic, Cambridge University, Cadillac, Head-up Display, Cadillac Lyriq, CES 2021, Envisics, Panasonic Automotive Systems, Jamieson Christmas, U K based holographic technology startup

General Motors Unveils Updated Logo Ahead of CES 2021

For only the fifth time in 113 years, General Motors has a new logo. The visual identity refresh is part of the brand's new campaign highlighting its efforts toward the mass adoption of electric vehicles, which includes a commitment to making 30 electric models by 2025. The announcement came ahead the automaker's keynote at CES...
Tags: Advertising, General Motors, Ces, Automotive, Travel & Transportation

Let’s Get Digital: Consumer Electronics Show Withdraws From the Real World for 2021

Via a Google search, an old press release floated up from January of 2019 that, in hindsight, foreshadows current events. You see, because of the shutdown, organizers of last year’s Consumer Electronics Show warned attendees that they might see some changes to programming. That shutdown was the byproduct of typical partisan wrangling. Fast-forward to 2020 […] The post Let’s Get Digital: Consumer Electronics Show Withdraws From the Real World for 2021 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Google, Ces, Autos, Consumer Electronics Show, Trade Shows, News Blog, Coronavirus

CES 2020: Q&A with Formula 1’s Matt Roberts

Director of Research & Analytics Matt Roberts discusses how Formula 1 uses data to drive strategic and commercial decisions around the sport. The post CES 2020: Q&A with Formula 1’s Matt Roberts appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Technology, Advertising, Data, Analytics, Ces, Automotive, F1, Matt Roberts, 5 Questions, Research Analytics

Three Things We Learned About the Future of Driving At CES 2020

Due to the sheer scale of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (a.k.a. CES) , attempting to sniff out what the future will look like via the products on display can often be too murky to decipher. Where future trends are made most clear at this annual tech gathering are arguably in the automotive halls, particularly the cars on display.At CES 2020, editors and companies alike tried to answer questions like: When will we actually see fully autonomous vehicles on our roads? What is the future auto...
Tags: CES, Tech, Cars, Future

Baraja’s unique and ingenious take on lidar shines in a crowded industry

It seems like every company making lidar has a new and clever approach, but Baraja takes the cake. Its method is not only elegant and powerful, but fundamentally avoids many issues that nag other lidar technologies. But it’ll need more than smart tech to make headway in this complex and evolving industry. To understand how lidar works in general, consult my handy introduction to the topic. Essentially a laser emitted by a device skims across or otherwise very quickly illuminates the scene, and t...
Tags: Startups, TC, Gadgets, Wtf, Hardware, Tech, Ces, Pink Floyd, Automotive, Lasers, Autonomous Vehicles, Self-driving Cars, Lidar, Baraja, Federico Collarte, Collarte

Watch All of the Presentations from "Moving Forward: Conversations on Transportation Futures" at CES 2020

Each year at CES dozens of automotive OEMs put their bold visions of the future on display and allow you to touch and feel what always seems to be just about to be released. Electric vehicles, autonomous driving, smart cars, minimal and soothing interiors with entertainment and information systems that ignite the imagination. And while these dazzling displays of technology and style make you forget about your daily commute, evolving our current transportation ecosystem into a more harmonious fut...
Tags: Design, Cars, San Francisco, Tech, Ces, Urbanism, Electric, McKinsey Company, Arup, Design Business, Autonomous Driving Connectivity Electrification, Kersten Heineke, Melissa Ruhl, David Scott Neal

Advancements in Mobility That Will Change Travel

From air cabs to cars that can converse, innovations to take us on all kinds of journeys The convergence of mobility and technology is one of the most interesting topics on our minds, especially during CES. Be it electric scooters and drone taxis or electric vehicles and autonomous road-assistants, transport-related innovations that have debuted at the show have eventually become part of everyday life, while …
Tags: Transportation, Uber, Design, Air Travel, Cars, Tech, Ces, Autonomous, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Sony, Hyundai, Mophie, SUVs, Voice Assistants, Lamborghini

Harman is redesigning its in-car audio systems specifically for electric vehicles

I bet you didn’t know this but car stereos can often be power guzzlers. A decent car audio setup can pull anywhere from 200 to 500 watts RMS of power depending on the number of speaker units, the size of the car, and the bass module. That isn’t really much of a concern when you’ve got a fuel-powered automobile but in an electric vehicle, any sort of efficiency can go a long way in making a car perform better. Harman (which got acquired by Samsung in late 2016) is looking to redesign its audio ...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Speakers, Samsung, Ces, Automotive, Product Design, Jbl, Harman, Harman Kardon, CES2020, Harman The Ecotect

Giorgio Moroder and the Future of Sound in Transportation

At CES, the iconic musician speaks about his collaboration with FPT Industrial Within the rows and rows of consumer-facing products at CES, business-to-business innovations and releases work double-time to impress. For instance, John Deere delivered an entire R4038 self-propelled sprayer to the show floor. Towering other booths, the tractor spotlighted the company’s commitment to furthering agricultural technology. Another exhibitor, FPT Industrial, transported attendees to a …
Tags: Music, Design, Interviews, Future, Tech, Ces, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Italy, Electronic Music, Giorgio Moroder, Hydrogen, Electric, Engines, Sound, Diesel

Bosch’s Virtual Sun Visor uses an LCD screen to cut the glare without cutting your view

Its animated-PowerPoint video editing aside, Bosch does make a pretty good point. We’ve innovated in every part of the car, except the sin visor. The visor, although designed with good intent, is often obstructive, as it reduces your visibility in its effort to shade your eyes. The fact that you can’t wear heavily tinted sun-glasses while driving (in most parts of the world) just further aggravates the matter because you’re faced with one of two issues when you’re driving with the sun shining ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Ces, Automotive, Lcd, Bosch, Product Design, CES2020, Virtual Visor, Sun Visor

Is the NIU RQi-GT Electric Motorcycle a Game-Changer

An Interesting Commuter Motorcycle NIU revealed a new electric motorcycle at CES called RQi-GT. The bike is a commuter bike and it has impressive performance stats. The motorcycle can hit 100 mph top speed and do 80 miles per charge if you stay well below the bike’s top speed. The RQi-GT has a 40 hp electric motor that’s mounted where an engine on a regular bike would be. The motor uses a belt drive for the first stage of the driveline and then a chain for the final drive. The bike’s electrical...
Tags: Ces, Motorcycles, Electric Motorcycles, Motorcycle News, NIU, Interesting Commuter Motorcycle NIU

The best cars of CES 2020: Fisker, Faraday Future, and Byton M-Byte

CES is a car show now, and the best cars of CES 2020 boast everything from gigantic dashboard-sized screens to autonomous driving, lounge-like interiors, and outrageous performance.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Ces, Fisker, CES 2020, Best of CES 2020

Alpinestars Revealed the New Tech-Air 5 at CES

The Next-Gen Airbag System Is Here We discussed that Alpinestars would debut the Tech-Air 5 airbag system at CES, and now the company has done it. The active electronic airbag system utilizes six integrated sensors and artificial intelligence to detect a crash and deploy the airbag technology.  This new system works faster and better than any of the mechanical systems that are already on the market. The airbag system itself provides better protection, too. It now covers the shoulders, chest, ri...
Tags: Ces, Motorcycles, Alpinestars, Tech Air, Motorcycle News, New Tech Air

Sony just launched a self-driving electric car, and it may sound bizarre, but it makes absolute sense.

If you were previously wondering what carmaker logo that was… Sony stunned everyone today by announcing a concept electric vehicle! Sony’s definitely had a history of launching absolutely weird products from dancing egg-shaped speakers to robotic dogs… and at first glance, its concept sedan, the Vision S would seem like the perfect product to make it to that list, but the more and more I think about it, the more it makes sense. No, Sony isn’t entering the rapidly saturating EV market. The clue t...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Technology, Ces, Car, Automotive, Sony, Automobile, Self Driving Car, Kenichiro Yoshida, CES2020, Vision S

Best Cars of CES 2020: Fisker, Faraday Future, and Byton M-Byte

CES is a car show now, and the best cars of CES 2020 boast everything from gigantic dashboard-sized screens to autonomous driving, lounge-like interiors, and outrageous performance.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Ces, Fisker, CES 2020, Best of CES 2020

Sony Vision-S: A Car From the Maker of the Walkman

When it comes to forward-thinking concept vehicles, “vision” ranks among the most popular words used by automakers to convey their futuristic aspirations to the general public. Among real-world production models, the letter “S” best signifies a vehicle either at the top or bottom of its game. There’s no in-between when it comes to S; it’s […] The post Sony Vision-S: A Car From the Maker of the Walkman appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, Ces, Electric Vehicles, Sony, Autos, EVs, Prototype, News Blog, Concept Vehicles, Driver Assist, Sony Vision-S, Vision-S, Sony Vision

Best Cars of CES 2020: Electrified, autonomous, awesome

CES is a car show now, and the best cars of CES 2020 boast everything from gigantic dashboard-sized screens to autonomous driving, lounge-like interiors, and outrageous performance.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Ces, Fisker, CES 2020, Best of CES 2020

Audi AI:Me Concept First Ride | Pointing the way forward

Filed under: CES,Audi,First Ride,Infotainment,Autonomous,Electric Continue reading Audi AI:Me Concept First Ride | Pointing the way forward Audi AI:Me Concept First Ride | Pointing the way forward originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 6 Jan 2020 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink |  Email this |  Comments
Tags: Ces, Autonomous, Autos, Electric, Audi, Infotainment, First Ride

Bosch's LCD Car Visor Only Blocks Your View of the Road Where the Sun Is In Your Eyes

Fully autonomous vehicles are already being tested on roads across the country, but there’s one feature in every car that feels like it hasn’t been upgraded in a century: the sun visor. So a group of engineers from Bosch set out to update this antiquated feature so that it blocks the sun without also blocking a…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Safety, Cars, Tech, Ces, Automotive, Bosch, Consumer Tech, CES2020, Virtual Visor

CES 2020 schedule: The best events, talks, panels, and keynotes

With multiple events at nearly every hour that will number into the hundreds, here are the most important events, talks, panels, and keynotes and at CES 2020.
Tags: Mobile, Gaming, Wearables, News, Cars, Trends, Ces, Computing, Home Theater, Virtual Reality, CES 2020, Ces Events

Jeep: With New Year Comes a New Badge

The mighty Jeep brand is hitting the Consumer Electronics Show next week, and it’s got a new badge in tow. No, Jeep isn’t messing with its namesake script; rather, there’s a new signifier on the way. As it prepares to tout a trio of upcoming plug-in hybrids at the Las Vegas trade show, Jeep’s electrification […] The post Jeep: With New Year Comes a New Badge appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Ces, Fca, Autos, Las Vegas, Jeep, Consumer Electronics Show, Plug-in Hybrid, Phev, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, News Blog, Product Planning, Future Models, Badging

Best of CH 2019: Cars + Tech

From the return of the Motorola Razr to a test drive of Volvo's future-forward vision, this year will be remembered for its innovations This year marks a significant shift in attention and intention. Our reliance on technology is causing more and more self-reflection. We recognize the positive and negative impacts that various types of technology and mobility can have as we devise ways to ensure …
Tags: Iphone, Google, Auto, Videos, Motorola, Apps, Design, Technology, Future, Cars, Tech, Ces, Cameras, Cellphones, Electric Vehicles, Coding

GM Blames UAW for EV-free CES

Could we have fit more acronyms in that headline? Doubtful. Now safely ensconced in a four-year labour deal with the workers who left its assembly lines in the dark for six weeks, General Motors is blaming this fall’s strike for a product delay. Well, a delay of a debut, really. As a result, next month’s […] The post GM Blames UAW for EV-free CES appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, General Motors, Ces, Cruise, Gm, Autos, Cadillac, UAW, News Blog, Product Planning

Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle debuts at CES

It may have taken five years, but Harley-Davidson’s vision for the electric motorcycle market is here and ready for pre-order. First conceptualized with a prototype in 2014, the production-ready model made its European debut at the Milan press conference of the EICMA show last November and appeared again at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in early January. The company reports that deliveries on the sleek, speedy ride will ship in the fall, 2019 and the price tag will be $29,79...
Tags: Design, Technology, Milan, Ces, Las Vegas, Bright Ideas, Electric, Charging, Battery, Harley-davidson, Motorcycle, Consumer Electronics Show CES, Electric Motorcycle, CES2019. CES

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