Editor’s Note: This posts on autonomous vehicle development was originally published here by EE Times and written by Junko Yoshida. While this post was published in 2020, the content is still relevant to AV development in 2021. How many safety standards does it take to screw in the lightbulb in a highly automated vehicle? A few years ago, […]
Ensuring Aerospace Compliance to Regulatory Requirements We are in a time of unyielding technological development. It is not unlike the “giant leaps” made by the US Space program in the 1960s. The technology available to us in our everyday lives and certainly in the Aerospace and Defense industry is staggering. Think about when you got your first cell phone. Remember […]
Digital transformation is an urgent priority for businesses in 2021. Many organizations accelerated their digital transformation efforts during the pandemic and rapidly adopted a variety of tools; but looking to the future, it’s critical that you take a deep dive into what digital transformation can offer your business — and the best tools to achieve […]
With over 100 years of history, cars may be considered ‘legacy technology.’ They are everywhere, so everyone in the automotive industry should know how to develop them…right? History and Future of the Automotive Industry Cars have come a long way in the last 100 years. The first patented gas-fueled motor wagon of Carl Benz dates […]
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