Complexity, integration and electrification are the main drivers of modern chassis systems development. Gain insight into recent technology developments in steering and braking systems, suspension, tires and vehicle dynamics control. As these systems continue to integrate more electronic components, manufacturers are adopting processes to meet safety regulations such as the ISO 26262.
Bodo Seifert, Director of Advanced Engineering at Magna discusses the key highlights from 2016 in the autonomous industry, predicts what is to come in the next 2-5 years. Full Interview »
For more than a century, motor vehicle suspension systems have been associated with ride and handling, but the rapid deployment of electric and hybrid cars has added a whole new dimension: To overcome EV customers’ range anxiety, engineers are turning to “regeneration” of energy. Full Article »
For many years U.S. regulators have been calling for more automation in motor vehicles. By fitting systems that apply the brakes to prevent a crash, or guide a vehicle on the highway, the Department of Transport hopes to see a dramatic reduction in road accidents. Full Column »
This whitepaper on the Legal Landscape of the Autonomous Vehicles summarizes the current activities and trends in the US and Germany that are perceived to be most affecting this innovative space. Full Whitepaper »
Veteran tire industry analyst David Shaw is presenting an exclusive webinar with Automotive IQ.The webinar will cover aspects of sustainability as they apply to the tire industry including:What's green?Rolling resistance and where it comes fromLife cycle analysisTire Labeling WorldwideWhich is greener: Natural rubber or synthetic rubber?Which is mo Full Webinar »