Smart Mobility

Get Dealer Management System for Autonomous Vehicle, The Future Of Mobility


  Advancement in electric vehicles and machine learning, along with the popularity of ride-sharing technology are driving fully ‌ (AV) as a reality in recent future. With conditional automation already in place in certain parts of the world, the experts say that the year 2021 will see the fully AV in the form of freight and city transit. In the scenario of changing supply chain, the OEMs would need to adopt a new mode of operations. Considerable reduction in the transportation cost can lead to supply chain restructuring and intensify the pressure to have shorter lead times making it imperative to have a good quality #dealer #management #system. Why DMS Becomes Necessary An efficient and customized dealer management system addresses diverse requirements encompassing the pivotal areas l...

Electric Vehicle Market in China


  Apart from freedom from the oily smell and the engine noise, eco-friendliness is the most attention-grabbing feature of the electric vehicles (EV), leading to a worldwide emphasis on manufacturing efficient electric vehicles for the future world. By grabbing 43% share in EV manufacturing, today, China is the world’s largest automotive market. By announcing that by 2025, 20% of the cars sold in China will be operating on the alternative fuel and passing new regulations mandating the car manufacturers to sell more alternative energy cars, China has become the biggest global supporter of EV. Biggest consumer market China has the largest number of electric vehicles on the road. The increased purchasing power of the consumers has made China the largest consumer market worldwide. With var...

Excellon Empowering with New Technology


In today’s fast-paced world, technology is the answer to many problems. Then, how can your business be an exception? In the wake of increasing globalization, with fierce competition, technology comes to your rescue to simplify your business processes by taking care of the complex and time-sensitive procedures, letting you focus and excel in your core business. Excellon Offerings Boost Your ‌ Excellon is one of the leading dealer management system providers with over 30,000 worldwide users over 8,500 locations. Other than its complete   system, Excellon’s product portfolio consists of sales and distribution management and service management software. Along with ease of use, its product range efficiently facilitates sales, procurement, inventory, finance and customer relationship management....

From Self-Driving Autos to the Autonomous Industrial Plant


Recently Nvidia and Uber entered into a partnership that will include the Nvidia GPU’s processors inside the future self-driving cars and trucks and even the autonomous industrial plant. The announcement was made at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) and marks a significant step in Nvidia Drive PX computing platform becoming a supplier of self-driving vehicles. Safe, reliable autonomous vehicles require high performance software that can deal with the complexities that arise while driving a car. Nvidia Looks to Play Critical Role in Smart Manufacturing Nvidia is a key technology provider for the Uber self-driving cars, could be a key technology for automating future industrial plants. Nvidia Advanced analytics, sensor integration, co-piloting, and driver facial recognition are all p...

Solar Powered Highways – Is that the Road Ahead?


It’s not just about an alternative source of energy; it’s long been known that solar energy is the way of the future. As the supply of fossil fuels dwindles and comes under scrutiny for pollution, climate change, and health issues, the cost skyrockets. The benefits of clean and abundantly available solar power are widely known: reduces dependence on fast-depleting fossil fuels, reduces carbon footprint, and is environment-friendly. But when I read a recent article on the inauguration of solar powered highways in China I was rather skeptical. “Is it feasible?” I pondered. Because solar power for homes, cars, factories seem practical and time-tested; but for roads? China’s Solar Powered Highways In Jinan, the capital of the northeastern Shandong province, traffic is now rolling over a stretc...

Positive Train Control (PTC): The Need of an Hour for US Railroads


Amtrak Cascades train 501, on its inaugural journey, traveling from Seattle to Portland derailed on Dec. 18 near Tacoma while navigating a curve. Data obtained from trailing locomotive suggests that Amtrak was operating at a speed of 80mph on a track segment with a speed restriction of 30mph. The train was powered by Siemens Diesel Charger Locomotive in the front and GE P42 Genesis Locomotive from the rear end of the Talgo passenger cars. Based on the preliminary investigation by the rail officials, the emergency brakes were deployed automatically but were not manually activated by the engineer and positive train control (PTC) — a technology that automatically slows down and stops a speeding train had been installed on the right-of-way, but it was neither operational nor activated at...

Uber suspends self-driving cars – humans at fault


  Auto companies working on self-driving technology face the difficulty of building smarter vehicles that must not only adhere to the rules of the road but must also account for the error-prone nature of human drivers, a far more difficult variable.   This is not the first time that an autonomous car has crashed due to the fault of a human driver. This report has more on the recent accident but the issue remains  the same – how to negotiate human drivers until all or most cars self-driven?  

Connected Cars


  Over the past centuries the car transportation has been significantly revolutionized. Undeniably accepted by the history of human kind, Cars had its place in the automotive industry. As decades passed, features and controls were added, such as, in-car entertainment, navigation systems, safety, air conditioning and cameras for rear reversing, making them more and more complex and increasingly popular. Now, they’re getting smarter through on-board technology and remote connectivity. Today we connect everything, not only the car and the driver, but the entire ecosystem of transportation around them.  Apparently, an app would connect you virtually to your car from your smart phone or a smart device and establish something more than a connection, an approach to actually communicate...

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