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‚ÄčThe idea of vehicle-to-vehicle communication, commonly known as V2V, isn't a new concept. Ford has already demonstrated how V2V can be a powerful tool in collision avoidance, but the automaker...
Aug 22, 2013
Autonomous automobiles are looking more like an inevitability, rather than a mere possibility. Benefits of self-driving cars include safe high-speed travel, optimized fuel economy, relaxed...
Jun 21, 2013
Automakers continued the trend of increasing their presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2013. Most big car companies were represented--even Subaru showed off an upgraded headunit--while...
Jan 22, 2013
Toyota premiered their futuristic Fun-Vii (vehicle, interactive, internet) concept just ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, where they will also unveil a fuel-cell concept, and a handful of other...
Nov 28, 2011
Welcome to TRANSLOGIC World Report: Your weekly roundup of transportation tech news from around the web....
Aug 12, 2011
As kids, many of us were conditioned to develop an affinity for Bill Nye. Think about it. If you were watching his popular educational show Bill Nye The Science Guy it meant either one of two...
Aug 09, 2011
We first showed you Ford's commitment to "intelligent" vehicles that talk to one another to avoid accidents (Vehicle-to-Vehicle or V2V) a few months ago, but today we got to experience the...
Jun 22, 2011
General Motors' EN-V project may look like science fiction come to life, but the concept isn't so far-fetched. A closer inspection reveals that the infrastructure may be in its infancy, but most...
Feb 08, 2011

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