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David E. Zoia

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Dave writes about manufacturing, vehicle technology, management issues and international trends.

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Production in Sight for AEye’s Solid-State Lidar

The start-up says it is bidding on production programs from Tier 1 suppliers aimed at next-generation advanced driver-assistance system applications and soon will begin pilot builds of its solid-state lidar for testing.
Autonomy ADAS

Internal-Combustion Engine Dormant, Not Dead

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.

Propulsion Engines

Toyota’s More-Conservative Approach to Autonomy Catching On

The Japanese automaker was seen as a slow-mover four years ago in the autonomous-vehicle sector. But more OEMs now are following similar game plans, focusing development on advanced safety systems, not fully driver-less cars, for retail customers.

Autonomy ADAS

Tesla? Nissan? Credit Policymakers for New EV Boom

Score a big assist to Volkswagen. Its emissions-cheating scandal may have put the fork in diesel engines and helped speed up the march to battery-electrics.

Electrified Vehicles Engines

Film Foreshadows Another Simultaneous Detroit Three Spiral, But How Likely Is That?

Conditions today are far different from those that precipitated the decades-long march to the Detroit Three’s near demise seven years ago.

Markets

Transmission Developer Shifts Gears

HAS GONE COMMERCIAL. The Warwick, U.K.-based transmission developer, founded around the unique concept of a mechanically actuated automatic, has shifted gears and now is building a business centered on more conventional products. And like most suppliers these days, it is venturing into the world of electrification. Founder Rouman Antonov no longer is with the company, and his Automatic Drive transmission

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