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Autonomous Vehicle Engineering: January 2020

  • Magazine Issue
  • 20AVEP01
Published January 01, 2020 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Editorial
    Defining and standardizing AV tech and testing
  • The Navigator
    Automakers at fault if V2X spectrum is lost
  • Superior Interiors
    New-mobility thinking is changing how vehicle interiors will work for everyone.
  • Democratize AV Technology!
    Aptiv's new generation of open-sourced architectures based on a few central processors aims to speed AV adoption. CTO Glen DeVos explains.
  • Wired for Autonomy
    Wiring harnesses are already heavy, complex and costly, so what happens when AV equipment is added? An expert from Mentor weighs in.
  • Autonomy's 'Pirouetting' Future
    Protean Electric's novel 360-degree steering and in-wheel drive systems add new potential for urban mobility.
  • Restructuring for Autonomy
    At the dSPACE World Conference, engineers gained new insights into digital development and virtual design and testing.
  • The key to AV Safety is ODD
    Truly safe automated driving depends on defining the exhaustive list of overlapping conditions, use cases, restrictions and scenarios an AV might encounter.
  • Who's Making the Rules in the Fast-moving AV Age?
    The auto industry's impact on NHTSA's regulatory cadence is apparent - and it's challenging theories of rulemaking.
  • Next-gen Sensors Advancing Commercial Vehicle ADAS, Autonomy
    ZF's director of ADAS & Autonomy says the supplier is well-positioned in 2020 for the SAE Level 2 market, which he views as "a sweet spot" for commercial vehicles.
  • Silicon Valley Summit Identifies Safety Strategies for Self-driving Cars
    AV industry leaders pinpointed several effective tactics, such as limiting vehicle speeds and empowering safety operators to ground vehicles.