Stanford University already engaged in autonomous-vehicle development.
PARIS – Winners of Valeo’s global innovation contest for engineering students will be able to use electricity to power their ideas because “every automaker in the world” is working on electrification, from stop/start systems to battery-electric vehicles, says Guillaume Devauchelle, Valeo’s chief innovation officer and director of scientific research. But if electricity is a common denominator for the cars of 2030, little else is. The market is moving away ...
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