Railways loco pilots and technicians recruitment: First exam date announced
According to an official spokesperson of the Indian Railways, a mock link to the first stage of the computer-based test will be activate on July 26.
This biometric rear-view mirror allows you to start a car, casts a safety net
While cab aggregators have provided increased mobility to peopl...
Civil services exam: Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview
The civil services examination is conducted annually by the UPS...
UAE to launch automatic emergency calling system eCall for vehicles in traffic accidents
When implemented it would automatically enable vehicles to call emergency services for help if involved in traffic accidents.
Mercedes-Benz ESF 2019: A plug-in hybrid of the future; can it make Indian roads safer?
The experimental vehicle is capable of fully-autonomous driving in many situations.
Over 5 lakh qualify first stage of railways' computer based test
The railways published the first stage CBT results on Saturday, an official statement said, adding that 5,88,605 candidates have qualified for the second round of examinations.
Auto companies chart plans to woo women customers
In the last five years, the number of women buyers for both new and used cars has doubled from 10-12 per cent to around 25 per cent.
India added over 21 million mobile subscribers in Q1: Ericsson Mobility Report
The report said that the mobile data traffic in India will grow 15 times by 2021, and despite being the most mature market, US mobile traffic will grow 50% in 2016 alone.
30% of Passenger Vehicles Sold in India will have Automated Transmission by 2020: Saju Mookken, Magneti Marelli
It took three years for the company to convince carmakers in India to use the AMT kit, but it is now facing a supply crunch because of huge demand.
Bosch technology to help get GPS data in no-signal area
Bosch has developed a new sensor technology that helps in providing data for proper navigation in situations where no GPS signal is available such as tunnels, deep urban canyons, and off-road terrain.
Telit Concludes Acquisition of NXP’s Automotive Telematics
Telit Wireless Solutions today announced it has concluded the acquisition of the Automotive Telematics On-board unit Platform business from Netherlands-based NXP Semiconductors.
Bosch Presses 'Autopilot' Mode to glide ahead
In the coming years, the automobile will undergo major changes. “The traffic of the future is electric, automated, and connected,” said Dr. Volkmar Denner, the chairman of the Bosch board of management, during his March 18 presentation at “Automotive and Engine Technology,” the 14th Stuttgart International Symposium. “Automated driving can drastically reduce the number of accidents, and thus significantly increase road safety,” Denner said.
Chipmakers, telcos, internet cos & automakers making cars smarter
While such innovations will do a lot for improving car safety, much of that future won’t come to Indian roads in a hurry.
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