Hyundai Develops Robots To Move People In Their Homes – CES 2022

January 5th, 2022 at 5:46pm

Hyundai is taking the concept of mobility well beyond vehicles. It developed a robot that can work with existing infrastructure in homes and apartments. They could be especially helpful for people with physical limitations, but can also move goods and packages. Dr. Hunkeon Ko, a research scientist with Hyundai, provides the details on how it will work.

Bosch Takes Its Technology “Beyond Electrification” – CES 2022

January 5th, 2022 at 4:59pm

When it comes to EV technology, so much of the media coverage is on battery development. But Paul Thomas, an executive vice president of Bosch North America, talks about “Beyond Electrification.” He points out that Bosch sees a lot of opportunity in other parts of electric cars, and explains how it can use this technology on both BEVs and ICE vehicles.

Adasky’s IR Camera Could Revolutionize Auto Safety – CES 2022

January 5th, 2022 at 3:11pm

Neither snow nor rain nor gloom of night can stop Adasky’s infrared camera. While IR cameras are not new, Adasky’s camera is much smaller and significantly cheaper. It would revolutionize automated emergency braking systems, which don’t work at night. Just as impressive, it works well in broad daylight.

ZF Hacks Its Way Into The Future – CES 2022

January 4th, 2022 at 4:34pm

Two minds are better than one, the saying goes. And dozens of minds are even better. That’s why ZF launched a Hackathon at CES 2022. Martin Fischer, a board member with ZF, explains why they’re inviting hackers to help move their technology forward. He also provides an update on ZF’s autonomous shuttle service, which is already operating in Europe and is coming to the U.S. soon.