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Automotive IQ Report: The latest in electromobility and regenerative braking technology

Automotive IQ Report: The latest in electromobility and regenerative braking technology

Regenerative braking is a vital concept towards e-mobility and fuel efficiency.

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Automotive IQ Article: Braking system redundancy and autonomous driving

Automotive IQ Article: Braking system redundancy and autonomous driving

We have recently seen the evolution of many advanced assisted driving technologies as the automotive industry moves ever closer to fully autonomous driving. Automated emergency braking is one of many examples of how electronic controls have made driving safer, but such systems are clearly designed to work in tandem with a human in control of the vehicle.


Automotive IQ Report on Drive-by-Wire: Overcoming the Barriers to Consumer Adoption

Automotive IQ Report on Drive-by-Wire: Overcoming the Barriers to Consumer Adoption

In an automotive world brimming with tech developments, the benefits of drive-by-wire for end consumers are out in the open.

Drive-by-wire and brake-by-wire are seen as the future of vehicle control. Market predictions talk of healthy growth rate in the next 7 years, but cost, risk of failure and lack of consumer embrace threat an otherwise beneficial technology. In this regard, both OEMs and providers should minimize on new product by design, stimulate drive feedback and offer bullet-proof safety.

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free report written by Automotive IQ on the topic: "Drive-by-Wire: How to Overcome the Barriers to Consumer Adoption".

Automotive IQ Report: Brake-by-wire systems - OEMs overview

Automotive IQ Report: Brake-by-wire systems - OEMs overview

As we move ever closer to autonomous vehicles, the issues of safety around braking systems continue to come under the spotlight. From a technical standpoint, self-driving vehicles must have a safety protocol for instances of failure whereby an automatic brake system can achieve an appropriate level of deceleration, avoid wheel locking and bring the vehicle to a secure standstill. Meanwhile, from a passenger’s point of view, the self-driving vehicle must do all of the above while maintaining the physical safety of the occupants.

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Automotive IQ Expert Report:The Recent Wave of Brake Recalls

Automotive IQ Expert Report:The Recent Wave of Brake Recalls

Did you follow the latest wave of brake recalls? Then download our report on brake recalls.

Brakes are one of the most important safety features in cars and one of the key elements in driver assistance systems and autonomous driving in the future. Safety and reliability are the main focus of automotive system and driver assistance system development. These topics will be discussed at the Intelligent Braking conference 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Prepare for the event by reading the following 9 stories on current challenges in the area of braking systems.

Automotive IQ Article: Regenerative braking in autonomous and electrified landscape

Automotive IQ Article: Regenerative braking in autonomous and electrified landscape

Automotive IQ Article on Regenerative Braking

While developments in brake technology in the past have been slow and gradual, the sector is experiencing something of a revolutionary change due to the trends of electrification and autonomous driving. Both of these trends provide a series of challenges and opportunities for OEMs and suppliers, but these must be weighted against the need for functional safety of such a critical system.

As electric vehicles gain more of the market share we can expect more advances in regenerative braking. This is because such systems can help to increase vehicle range, while at the same time, potentially reduce weight and reduce cost. Meanwhile, regenerative braking systems designed for today’s petrol and diesel-powered vehicles can have a substantial impact on fuel efficiency and therefore, help to reduce emissions. The example of Fraikins’rigid truck demonstrator also highlights the vast potential benefits to the haulage industries whereby such a system can dramatically reduce fuel consumption and emissions - particularly in urban areas.