David E. Zoia
Executive Director, Content
Dave writes about manufacturing, vehicle technology, management issues and international trends.
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Tactile Mobility’s technology uses information from existing vehicle sensors to more precisely control acceleration and braking. Porsche is among the start-up’s key backers.
Israeli start-up AdaSky makes the case for adding thermal sensors into the mix with lidar, radar and cameras to make automated driving technology as safe as it can be.
U.S.-based Uhnder says its digital radar on a chip will be less expensive than competing technologies and could be in production vehicles for 2022. Tier 1 supplier Magna has committed to using the device.
Drawing investment from several automakers is considered a big win for the Israeli firm, which is tackling vehicle cybersecurity through the cloud.
Automakers are all-in on electrification, and few want to spend money and resources on new or significantly revamped gasoline engines. That has supplier Delphi focusing on technology that improves ICE efficiency without requiring a lot of engineering effort.