Automated vehicles are coming, but is the industry and the public ready? The automotive industry once questioned whether electric motors would replace the internal combustion engine (ICE) as the primary powertrain option for consumers. Today, the industry is facing a similar challenge regarding the adoption of automated vehicles.
Head-up displays (HUD) debuted in the late 1950s as a means of providing jet fighter pilots critical information while maintaining situational awareness outside the cockpit. Today these systems for projecting data onto the windscreens of cars and trucks are becoming a vital conduit of information to drivers.
84-percent of automotive professionals have concerns that their organizational cybersecurity practices are not keeping pace with evolving technologies, reveals Securing the Modern Vehicle: A Study of Automotive Industry Cybersecurity Practices, a report released by Synopsys and SAE International.
When a blueprint for “the 21st century mobility engineer” finally emerges-defined by expertise in
computer engineering, robotics, and the ability to sling a mean soldering gun-Chris Urmson may well be
A demonstration coming up in Maricopa, Arizona may offer an important signal about the future of farming: autonomous agriculture. Like passenger and commercial vehicle makers and users, operators of farm equipment want to work more efficiently, profitably and safely.
The increasingly varied nature of data tied to safety systems and connected cars and trucks is altering electronic architectures, putting more emphasis on adaptability during design phases and after new vehicles enter the field. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) are increasingly seeing use in production vehicles, with expectations that usage could grow as artificial intelligence (AI) and over-the-air updating become more commonplace.
Search Tips: Search Operators:AND, OR, NOT; Wild Cards; Using Quotes
SAE MOBILUS® Search Tips
Please note: All terms not contained within quotes, will be evaluated using the OR operator. This means that your search results will contain all results that contain ANY of the entered terms.
AND, OR, NOT
SAE MOBILUS supports the use of the AND, OR and NOT BOOLEAN operators ONLY function with the Advanced Search.
Using the asterisk, ( * ) allows you to search for a partial word. For example, entering a keyword search of aero* will search for any word beginning with aero.
Using the question mark, ( ? ) allows you to search for a word with a single character wildcard. For example, searching for t?re would match both tire and tyre
Words in double quotes " " are treated as a phrase. Conducting a search for "heat model" will return all results in which the exact phrase "heat model" is found, while "heat modeling" would NOT be included.
A term combined with a phrase will be joined with an OR operator.
Searching for Standards
When searching for a standard please use the entire Document Number assigned, which includes the abbreviation. A space can be used, or omitted between the abbreviation and number.