2018 CES

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  • Jan 11, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Mobility Opens New Business for Bosch

    As we move into a world of connected devices, the Internet of Things, our cars will become more integrated with the rest of our lives, especially our homes. Mike Mansuetti, president–Bosch Automotive in North America, talks about the company’s efforts and how this could turn into a new area of business...More
  • Jan 11, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Mitsubishi Electric Makes Move to Mobility

    Mark Rakoski, vice president–Engineering at Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America. He talks about how the company has partnered with HERE to create detailed maps for vehicles....More
  • Jan 10, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Byton Incorporates High Tech Design

    Byton is a Chinese EV startup, one of the newest startups in the business, but it went out and hired a seasoned pro to design its vehicles. Benoit Jacob points out different aspects of the interior and exterior of this vehicle, including range and price....More
  • Jan 10, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Ford Working to Build a Mobility Ecosystem

    “Smart Cities” is one of the key topics at CES this year and Ford sees how it can play a role in making cities less congested. Erica Klampfl, the director of Ford’s Greenfield Labs in Silicon Valley, says the key to improving mobility is make it people-centric, not tech-centric....More
  • Jan 10, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Magna Develops the Building Blocks for EVs & Autonomy

    Suppliers can play a significant role in developing and selling autonomous technology to automakers. But different automakers will follow different strategies. That’s why Magna is developing different “building blocks” that will allow automakers to choose what they want to buy....More
  • Jan 10, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Nissan IMx Sees Through Snow

    Nissan just unveiled its next generation electric car architecture and the IMx concept car demonstrates the bandwidth it offers. Alfonso Albaisa, the head of design at Nissan, takes us on a tour of the car....More
  • Jan 9, 2018
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    Autoline at CES 2018: Toyota Improves AV Design

    The race to an autonomous world is wide open and the field is getting really crowded. At Toyota, the focus is on three easy steps. 1. Make it work. 2. Make it work really well. 3. Take out the cost. James Kuffner takes us on a walk-around of their latest AV effort. He points out how they’re integrating AV sensors into their car, working hand in hand with Toyota’s CALTY design staff to clean up the look and get this technology on the road in just a few years....More

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