0 Like 0 Dislike
Honda will be showcasing a variety of mobility, robotics, energy management, and connected concepts at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2019, which is set to kick off from January 8 to 11. To start, the automaker will put on a real-world test of its new off-road prototype vehicle, called the Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle. It’s a new category of vehicle that combines Honda’s proven all-terrain vehicle (ATV) chassis with emerging advanced autonomous technology.... #Honda #CES2019 #CES
Learn about the future of telematics, the trends the market is seeing, typical subsystems and how TI can address them from a product and systems standpoint.
Imagine winning a free, all original, 1957 Plymouth Belvedere classic car with only 4 miles on the odometer that is interwoven with the local culture and heritage. Sounds amazing right? Ok here's the catch, the car doesn't run, is held together only by rust and mud, and has spent the last 50 years buried in a waterlogged concrete vault. Who put it there and why? Let's find out. Unusual Cars - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfxR1eXEGVAcyfH_ckCyXmtFwd9Wbf3MG
Nowadays an anti lock braking system is used in almost all modern vehicles. This system prevents accidents like this, where you lose control of the steering as you apply the brakes. With ABS you will be able to steer the vehicle properly and it also reduces the braking distance. What is ABS? How is it able to prevent accidents due to the braking? We will explore these questions in this video. Voice over artist : https://www.fiverr.com/voiceonthemove Please support us at Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering
Relive Corning's #CES2017 unveil event, introducing the #ConnectedCar prototype featuring Corning® Gorilla® Glass which is redefining the automotive experience. #GlassAgeToday
The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) and its partners are bringing innovative connected vehicle technology to Tampa’s downtown, and you can be a part of it! A car or truck equipped with connected vehicle technology “talks” wirelessly to other vehicles, traffic signals, crosswalks and more. This wireless communication can help prevent crashes, keep traffic moving and even improve fuel efficiency. By mid-2018, THEA will equip 10 buses, 10 streetcars and the cars of 1,600 individual volunteers with this exciting new technology to make downtown Tampa a safer, smarter place to walk, ride and drive. For more info go to: tampacvpilot.com