During his visit yesterday to the American Center for Mobility at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Mich. (an automatous and connected vehicle testing facility) President Trump called for a review of the 2022 through 2025 vehicle emissions rules approved by the EPA in the final days of President Obama’s administration. This action basically doubled the [...]
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While Volvo and Buick are already selling Chinese-built vehicles in the U.S., no Chinese automaker has yet managed to crack the U.S. market. To that end, we are extremely optimistic Guangzhou Automobile Group will change that. At the same time, Marx Layne's automotive team is very excited to play a continued role in its overall [...]
Without question, the senior care industry in America remains under intense scrutiny from government agencies, residents, families of residents, the general public and the media. And, no matter how well a facility is operated, unfortunate situations such as theft, elopements, facility issues (heat, water, a fire, evacuation, etc.), injuries or even death can still occur [...]
In recent months, we have witnessed disappointing, even fraudulent, actions by major entities in several core American industries. At issue were transgressions that included misrepresentation of product performance to consumers and deception in product testing with regulators. Serious stuff. In each case, there seemed to be a painful disconnect between what these companies stood for—as [...]
New Federal Guidelines Released Today Show That Government Is Ready To Encourage Development of Autonomous Vehiclesmszudarek 2017-09-19T12:19:06+00:00
As reported last night by Automotive News new policy guidelines set to be released today by the feds will require automakers to assess vehicle system design, development, testing and deployment work behind an autonomous vehicle or system before it can be offered for sale or put into service on public roads. This is the government’s [...]
By: Mike Szudarek Regardless of which global OEM or supplier is on top, Detroit will always remain the automotive capital of the world. With the second highest concentration of tech workers outside of Silicon Valley, and the ever increasingly innovative technology within automobiles, Detroit is quickly emerging as a contender for the technological capital as [...]
Autoline Detroit stopped by the NNG booth this week at TU-Detroit--the biggest and longest-running connected car and auto mobility conference and exhibition in the world. http://www.autoline.tv/journal/?p=42601
By: Mike Szudarek Since the turn of the century, technological advancements have increased exponentially at a rate that you can measure by the minute. With these advancements, the entire world has enjoyed the luxury of even the most taken for granted household items and electronics becoming autonomous. With the introduction of household items such as [...]