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VOLVO GROUP DEVELOPING SAFETY SYSTEM AT THE WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED TEST TRACK

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This test track is AstaZero, the world’s first full-scale test track for active automotive safety, located in Borås, Sweden. The…


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HEMP-DERIVED CARBON NANOSHEETS FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE SUPERCAPACITORS

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Canadian researchers have developed a high-performance electrode material for supercapacitors from waste hemp fibres. Based on these…


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UC DAVIS RESEARCHERS SUGGEST THE BEGINNING OF A REAL HYDROGEN TRANSITION

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Researchers at the Institute of Transportation Studies University of California, Davis suggest that a number of positive trends indicate…


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SOLARIS INVESTS 11 MLN EUR IN ITS PRODUCTION FACILITY

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Solaris Bus & Coach is beginning an expansion of its plant in Bolechowo near Poznan this August. The 11 mln EUR investment will increase the factory’s production capacity which now is over 1300 vehicles per year.

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ASIAN INVENTIONS DOMINATE ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS

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Lithium batteries come out on top in the search for electrochemical energy storage technologies, according to a study by the Technische Universität München (TUM). The largest volume of applications by far is submitted by developers of lithium batteries. The study offers a first differentiated analysis of which energy storage technologies will be viable in the exit from fossil-fuel energy. In this area. In recent years, the number of patent applications…

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EUROPE TRIALS DRIVERLESS BUSES IN SARDINIA

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Europe’s first driverless bus trial has started on the Italian island of Sardinia. Co-funded by the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme, the demonstrations are led by the City Mobil 2 project (CM2), which is testing automated vehicles (AVs) in real-life urban environments.

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EMBEDDED SENSORS AIM TO CURTAIL FATIGUE-RELATED ACCIDENTS

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According to the figures of the eSafety Forum, the proportion of fatigue-related crashes is about 8.3 per cent of all vehicle crashes. Injuries and fatalities caused by fatigue-related accidents could be curtailed with sensors embedded into seatbelts. This is the aim of the EU-funded Harken Project, which has also integrated sensors and a signal-processing unit into driving seat covers to measure the cardiac and respiratory rhythms that can indicate…

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25-27.03.2015

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Mumbai

28-30.04.2015

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Turkey Istanbul

2016


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2016

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