Autonomous Vehicle Engineering

March 2021




SPAC attack

The Navigator

Mapping the way to safe and natural automated driving

Motorcycles Enter the ADAS Ag

The latest models from BMW, Ducati and KTM feature Bosch’s new ACC setup, but further advancements will require navigating critical rider- control strategies.

On the Way to SVA

Aptiv says its Smart Vehicle Architecture central controller is the key to simpler, more compact and higher-performance ADAS and AV systems.

New Insistence for Driver Assistance

Panelists at SAE International’s 2021 Government/Industry Meeting say assisted-driving technology is worthwhile — but effective driver monitoring is crucial.

Flash! Lidar’s Next Generation Arrives

Technology solutions from new players and alliances are poised to drive down cost.

Horiba MIRA’s Vision for World-Class AV Testing

A new autonomous vehicle development center called Assured CAV boasts a lengthy list of assets and capabilities.

TCU Testing at the Heart of Vehicle Connectivity

Adding a telematics control unit to the vehicle and keeping it operational demands a focused approach towards testing this vital component.

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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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