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Automotive Software Development

The modern car is often referred to as a computer on wheels. And this is not far off the mark, with complex ADAS and hybridized powertrains requiring millions of lines of software code to keep them on the road.Learn more

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Recent advances in biotechnology have allowed a new class of polymers to be developed. Made from renewable raw materials, these bio-based aqueous polyurethanes also demonstrate superior film performance to their fossil-fuel based predecessors.Learn more

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Game-changing moments that are bringing the electric vehicle revolution ever closer.Learn more

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Remanufacturing of Hydraulic Power Steering has played a significant and important role for OES and the automotive parts aftermarket industry over the last thirty plus years. With the technological advancements in vehicle systems and the shift to Electronic Power Steering (EPS), the viability of EPS remanufacturing is called into question.Learn more

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As electronic components now make up over 50% of the total manufacturing cost of a car, and some cars now containing over 100 million lines of code, it’s clear the automotive cyber wars are just getting started.Learn more

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Technology is transforming what carmakers can do with interiors. New mega trends will change how customers spend time in the cabin.Learn more

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Since people spend more and more time in their vehicles, car interiors are becoming extremely important in car design. In this technical article Stefan Buri, Global Marketing Director Automotive, discusses Stahl’s next-gen car interior technologies that are used for the creation of the ‘3rd living space of the future’.Learn more

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With Super Bowl 51 now over, and a congratulations to New England Patrios being in order, Automotive IQ reviews the automotive commercials and picks out our 5 favourites.Learn more

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Display brightness, color uniformity, contrast, and defects are most accurately assessed using the same visual sensitivity as the method used to define display quality. The human eye is the ultimate determinant of quality in automotive displays, and its ability to discern light, color, and contrast differences is imperative to display operation and perceived quality of the vehicle brand. In display design and manufacture, however, human inspection is one of the least efficient, least consistent, and least quantifiable methods for quality analysisLearn more

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Driver assistance systems are packed with sensors and algorithms and making sure that these complex systems work as intended is a difficult task.Learn more

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