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Autonomous Vehicle Engineering: November 2020

  • Magazine Issue
  • 20AVEP11
Published November 05, 2020 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • Editorial
    Fool Self-Driving
  • The Navigator
    The end of vehicle ownership
  • Sanitary Solutions for AVs
    Gentex engineers are bridging mobility and medical technologies to tackle vital public-health issues of vehicle cabin cleanliness.
  • 'Software, Start Your Engines'
    The 2021 Indy Autonomous Challenge is a high-speed laboratory for advancing automated driving.
  • Getting to the 'Core' of AV Thermal Management
    Data-gobbling processors require new cooling solutions - and the AV industry needs standards, says a veteran engineer.
  • Autonomy Takes Off-highway
    Integrating automation systems in mining, agricultural and construction machines can increase safety and productivity in the field and bring significant economic benefits.
  • Boaring in on Vehicle-to-Animal Road Safety
    Researchers are using micro-Doppler radar, neural nets and machine learning to protect drivers from the wild critters that enter the road.
  • Ultrasonics to Keep Lidar Clean
    Widely used in many industries, ultrasonic cleaning may be the solution for that most-sensitive of AV sensors.
  • Creating Safe, Reliable Circuits for Next-gen EVs
    Design considerations for building robust circuit protection in electrified and increasingly automated vehicles.
  • AV and ADAS Testing from Out of the Box
    A new tool from Foretellix guides engineers through virtual systems testing to minimize the risk of getting dangerous pre-deployment bugs.
  • Accelerating AV Training Data and Testing
    Decoupling from real-time data collection saves time and cost while adding flexibility and quality.