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Continental starts production of sensor for NOx killer February 04, 2016 Continental starts production of sensor for NOx killer Amidst the discussion about diesel exhaust problems, automotive supplier has launched a new production line for urea sensors used in exhaust gas aftertreatment systems. Read more Daimler taps spare part warehouse to store energy February 01, 2016 Daimler taps spare part warehouse to store energy Stationary batteries are not really new – after all, Tesla, Nissan, Daimler and other carmakers are already selling used batteries from electric vehicles in a “second life” business model as energy storage. Daimler is now going one step further: The company is building an energy store that taps the spare ... Read more Bosch's business fires on – almost - all cylinders January 27, 2016 Bosch's business fires on – almost - all cylinders With overall sales exceeding €70 billion (about $ 76 billion), the Bosch group achieved a growth of about 10 percent in 2015. Accounting for 60 % of sales, the automotive business outgrew all other business segments. And the heavily criticised diesel technology? Is actually a contribution to clean the ... Read more ST shifts focus to automotive, IoT January 27, 2016 ST shifts focus to automotive, IoT STMicroelectronics NV has said it will stop developing products for the set-top box and home gateway markets and plans to lay off up to 1,400 workers out of its total headcount of more than 43,000. The chipmaker's hopes anre now pinned to IoT and automotive electronics. Read more England unveils incentives to switch to electric cars January 26, 2016 England unveils incentives to switch to electric cars Four English cities have been awarded funding worth £40m to promote green vehicle technology after successfully bidding for a share of a multi-million pot created to support the take-up of plug-in electric cars across the UK. Read more Bosch tests automated driving in Japan January 22, 2016 Bosch tests automated driving in Japan Automotive supplier Bosch has started tests of automated driving in Japan, with the first intermediate goal being the development of a motorway autopilot. This motorway pilot will enable vehicles and users for automated driving starting about the year 2020. Read more Nissan pumps GBP26.5m into advanced lithium-ion battery plant in UK January 21, 2016 Nissan pumps GBP26.5m into advanced lithium-ion battery plant in UK Nissan has given a vote of confidence in European manufacturing by awarding production of future generation electric vehicle (EV) batteries to the company’s manufacturing facility in Sunderland, UK. Read more Ford opts for Analog Devices’ UTP-based Automotive Audio Bus for infotainment January 21, 2016 Ford opts for Analog Devices’ UTP-based Automotive Audio Bus for infotainment Analog Devices has announced today that the Ford Motor Company has selected the Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) as its primary infotainment network technology with in-vehicle deployments starting in 2016. Read more Microchip signs deal to buy Atmel January 20, 2016 Microchip signs deal to buy Atmel Microchip Technology (Chandler, AZ) has agreed to buy Atmel Corp. (San Jose, CA) for about $3.56 billion while Dialog Semiconductor (Reading, UK), previously set to buy Atmel, has been paid a $137.3 million termination fee. Read more BMW launches energy storage company January 14, 2016 BMW launches energy storage company Electromobility is increasingly becoming a component in a multidisciplinary energy interaction – with the batteries being the pivotal point in the system. The latest move in this game: Carmaker BMW has launched a joint venture with heating systems vendor Viessmann Group. Read more
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