Autonomous Vehicle Engineering

January 2023




As Argo taps out, the AV industry resets

The Navigator

2022 a mixed bag for the AV sector

Volvo’s New Sensor Sweet

A Luminar Iris lidar in the 2024 EX90 is engineered to enhance both automated driving and safety.

Inner Visions

Automated-driving and ADAS functionalities continue to influence some of the latest cabin safety and materials trends.

The Olfactory Factor in AV Interiors

Aryballe Technology’s unique sensors-on-a-chip solution aims to end the subjectivity of the human nose while neutralizing vehicle cabin odors. 

AV Life After Argo AI

Every new industry sector goes through a consolidation process where the strongest survive, and so it is with automated and autonomous driving technologies.

Robotic ADAS Testing Bridges the Sim Gap

ASI’s Swarming technology allows collision-avoidance and other tests at high speeds on vehicles that human drivers find hard to match. 

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Autonomous Vehicle Engineering (AVE) covers the fast-evolving field of automated and connected vehicles from end to end. In comprehensive, original articles authored by mobility-tech thought leaders, by engineers innovating in this dynamic space, and by the SAE editors, the publication examines key technologies and applications including sensor fusion, artificial intelligence, smart cities, testing, AV interiors and more. Launched in 2017, Autonomous Vehicle Engineering is published bimonthly in both print and digital versions. AVE is targeted to over 25,000 OEMs and suppliers who are involved in AV development and related technologies.

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