Intel exec: In-vehicle content delivery to be $5 billion industryMon, 26, Sep 2016
Expert sees $5 billion opportunity for in-car autonomous car contentThu, 22, Sep 2016
The autonomous vehicle content delivery industry could be worth up to $5 billion, said Elliot Garbus, general manager of the transportation solutions division at Intel, at an event hosted by SAE International in suburban Detroit earlier this week.
What the auto world is saying about new U.S. policy on self-driving carsTue, 20, Sep 2016
Uber plans to open Detroit facilityMon, 19, Sep 2016
Ride-hailing company Uber is preparing to plant roots in Detroit to collaborate with top auto suppliers and automakers. The news today follows Uber's launch of an autonomous vehicle ride-hailing program in Pittsburgh last week.
NASA project: Getting cars ready for takeoffSun, 24, Apr 2016
Millennials drive industry to rethink partsMon, 18, Apr 2016
A rear-seat display screen shown at the SAE World Congress in Detroit last week illustrates the auto industry's challenge in appealing to millennials -- and the need to develop components that resonate with young, tech-savvy customers.
Hyperloop needs some Motor City know-howMon, 18, Apr 2016
It is a space-age transportation concept almost too fantastic to believe -- people and cargo shooting through "Hyperloop" tubes at 700 mph. Last week, Hyperloop co-founder and former Detroiter Brogan BamBrogan came back to ask U. S. suppliers to help him build it.
Powertrain executives press for higher octane gasoline to help meet mpg, CO2 rulesWed, 13, Apr 2016
Supersonic Musk venture solicits Detroit's finestWed, 13, Apr 2016
Elon Musk's Hyperloop venture wants auto suppliers to help it get off the ground. Hyperloop's creators hope the system will one day transport pressurized capsules through tubes at speeds in excess of 700 mph.
Sealing giant Freudenberg ready for non-combustionWed, 13, Apr 2016
Internet-connected cars a hacker magnet, U.S. official saysWed, 13, Apr 2016
Internet-connected and driverless cars could be targets for hackers -- potentially including terrorists and hostile nations -- so the automotive industry must ensure vehicles have built-in cybersecurity protection, a top U.S. Justice Department official said.
Are automakers addicted to in-car features overload?Mon, 27, Apr 2015
Automakers are confusing customers by overloading vehicles with an array of infotainment features, many of which are never used. Panelists at the SAE Congress in Detroit said the industry needs to rethink in-car systems with the goal of adding simplicity and reducing distraction.