Autonomous Vehicle Engineering

May 2021

    • Editorial
      Making Safety Standard
    • The Navigator
      Sensor Monoculture is a Terrible Idea
    • 3D-printed Radar Rises Toward Production
      Lunewave's unique Luneburg-lens technology aims to simplify vehicle radar arrays - and deliver better ADAS and AV performance.
    • Accelerating Automotive Radar
      NXP's new, fifth-generation chipsets unleash 16-nm FinFet technology to the ADAS and AV markets.
    • Autonomy's Computing Backbone
      Cloud-computing networks are speeding AV development and preparing to manage tomorrow's data-reliant AV fleets.
    • Get in Line
      Evolving truck-platooning techniques are paving unique paths to high-level commercial vehicle autonomy.
    • Ford in 'No-hands' Land
      BlueCruise hands-free driver-assist is available later this year for the Mustang Mach-E and F-150 pickup.
    • ADAS-equipped Trucks Save Bucks
      Bosch research finds one specific driver-assistance feature may reduce costs associated with property damage by up to 35% for Class 7 and 8 trucks.
    • Stepping Into SAE Level 3
      Honda and Toyota release new advanced driver-assistance systems that help to demarcate - or blur - the differences between SAE L2 and L3 capability.
    • New Tools & Technologies