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Convoy of self-driving trucks completes first European cross-border trip

Convoy of self-driving trucks completes first European cross-border trip

Platoon of wireless-linked trucks arrives in Netherlands port city of Rotterdam, giving a glimpse of the future of road haulage Six convoys of semi-automated smart trucks arrived in Rotterdams harbour on Wednesday after an experiment its organisers say will revolutionise future road transport on Europes busy highways. More than a dozen self-driving trucks made by […]

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Spanio GTA uses Graphene

Graphene the wonder-material of the future.

The secret to the material’s extraordinary strength lies in the robustness of the covalent carbon-carbon bond and the fact that the one atom thick graphene monolayers can be produced defect-free. Essentially all materials contain defects, such as microscopic cracks or scratches, which are “weaker” than surrounding material. As a result, the breaking stress of a […]

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Automotive EMC testing

EMI challenges in connected vehicles.

In a world of instant connectivity drivers have become accustomed to receiving information about traffic conditions and potential hazards, whether by listening to a traffic report on the radio, viewing a connected GPS map to see if there are slow-downs ahead, or checking a smartphone app that tracks reports from other drivers who have seen accidents, […]

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