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Daimler taps spare part warehouse to store energy February 1, 2016Daimler 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 parts depot of e-car batteries. Read more Daimler brings E-Class one step closer to autonomous driving December 10, 2015Daimler brings E-Class one step closer to autonomous driving With the next version of its Mercedes-Benz E class due next spring, Daimler will introduce what it calls Active Lane Change Assist. This system brings drivers another step closer to autonomous driving b supporting the driver in changing lanes on multi-lane roads. Read more Used car batteries stabilise renewable energy microgrids December 9, 2015Used car batteries stabilise renewable energy microgrids The (albeit slowly) growing popularity of the electromobility increasingly raises the question of the whereabouts of used traction batteries. Nissan now has announced a partnership with Power Management System vendor Eaton that gives these batteries a second life – in energy storage systems designed to stabilise microgrids from renewables. Is this approach a new trend? Read more Next-gen ADAS focus on urban driving October 8, 2015Next-gen ADAS focus on urban driving With a number of seriously interesting results these days the UR:BAN research project has been finalised. 31 partners – OEMs, tier ones, research institutes and other entities – jointly presented new approaches and algorithms for future driver assistance systems. ADAS systems clearly get more intelligent, and they increasingly interact with traffic management. Read more Daimler tests self-driving truck on public highway October 5, 2015Daimler tests self-driving truck on public highway Carmaker Daimler has performed the first test drive with a self-driving truck on public roads. The test drive took place past week on Autobahn A8 near Stuttgart, a stretch known for its high traffic density. In contrast to earlier trials, the company this time used a series vehicle, equipped for partially automated driving on highways. Read more
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