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Intelligent Vehicles

Electric and autonomous vehicles picking up the pace (Automotive Industries, 6 Sept 2016)


3xD Simulator

Computer simulator for robot cars (BBC Midlands Today, 1 July 2016)

Driverless cars take to the streets of Coventry (www.bbc.co.uk/news, 30 June 2016)

Driverless cars simulation (MTDCNC.com, 1 July 2016)

Adaptable simulator launched at WMG (www.europe.tata.com, 30 June 2016)

JLR chief Speth regret Brexit process (www.autonews.com, 1 July 2016)

WMG launches 3xD autonomous car simulator (www.imeche.org, 1 July 2016)

3xD simulator (http://indiaeducationdiary.in, 2 July 2016)

New simulator maps out the road ahead for autonomous vehicle technology (www.thebusinessdesk.com, 6 July 2016)

Driving Coventry's virtual roads (www.coventrytelegraph.net, 4 July 2016)

WATCH: Driving Coventry's virtual roads (www.coventrytelegraph.net, 4 July 2016)

How to push self-driving tech to the limits without risks (http://europe.autonews.com, 6 July)

Motoring with the Sims (The Economist, 9 July 2016)

Vehicle simulator unveiled at University of Warwick (Coventry Observer, 11 July 2016)

£7 million project to creat world's most advanced environments for intelligent vehicles (www.cotswoldlife.co.uk, 11 July 2016)

New tech to combat hacking (Autocar, 13 July 2016)

New simulator to combat the threat of autonomous car hacking (www.autocar.co.uk, 25 July 2016)

University of Warwick unveils 3xD simulator for testing connected and autonomous vehicles (www.roadtraffic-technology.com, 14 July 2016)

World's most adaptable CAV simulator unveiled at UK's University of Warwick (www.traffictechnologytoday.com, 13 July 2016)

A new type of simulator will fight autonomous and connected car hackers (www.inautonews.com, 25 July 2016)

Look no hands! How does it feel to ride in a driverless car (www.theguardian.com, 3 August 2016

UK driverless cars (www.aparchive.com, 25 August 2016)




Report highlights legal challenges of connected and autonomous vehicles



WMG Plays Key Role in £20 million Announcement Backing British Automotive Battery Manufacturing

WMG Plays Key Role in £20 million Announcement Backing British Automotive Battery Manufacturing (BIP Portal, 21 January 2016)

Nissan to Invest £26.5m in Sunderland Plant (www.bqlive.co.uk, 21 January 2016)

Nissan to Make Next-gen Electric Vehicle Batteries in the UK (www.autocarpro.in, 21 January 2016)

Car Giant Invests In Future of Electric Cars, Evening Chronicle, 21 January 2016)

Nissan Safeguards 300 UK Jobs with EV Investment (www.imech.org, 21 January 2016)

Nissan Move to Produce EV Batteries (The Journal, 21 January 2016)

Sunderland Nissan Invests To Keep Jobs (The Sunderland Echo, 21 January 2016)

UK Plant To Assemble Larger Battery Packs for Next Nissan Leaf (www.greencarreports.com, 22 January 2016)

Nissan Invests £26.5m in North East Maufacturing (wwww.themanufacturer.com, 22 January 2016)

Nissan Europe and partners form battery R&D venture (SAE International, 5 February 2016)


3D Printing Dubbed Genuine Opportuity for Aftermarket

Wed 13 January 2016, 15:51 | Tags: 3D printing, Electric Vehicles, Automotive industry

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