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In this edition of Auto Tech Review, we offer deeper perspectives about the developments in the automotive electronics space.

Ever-Increasing Penetration Of Electronics In Automotive

Electronics is becoming all pervasive – the way we communicate, what we work on, how we watch entertainment, and also in the way we drive vehicles.

Ever-Increasing Penetration Of Electronics In Automotive

4 mins

Solutions For The Cockpit Of The Future

New tasks within the interaction between driver and vehicle are brought about by the trends of connectivity, automation, and electrification. Continental is developing various options that can map the expanded requirements to the cockpit as core interface between human and machine.

7 mins

Failsafe Door Latch Without Lock Cylinder

Despite increasing levels of digitisation, cars are still equipped with lock cylinders to ensure the door can be unlocked at any given time. Kiekert’s ReactiWake locking system guarantees this on a purely electronic level, thus creating new opportunities in vehicle design and operating concept. Besides reducing complexities in the aftermarket, the supply processes associated with a mechanical replacement key are completely dispensed with and free positioning of the latch and exterior handles by designers is possible.

Failsafe Door Latch Without Lock Cylinder

8 mins

All-In-One Propulsion Solution For Hevs, EVS

BorgWarner has launched its first eDM (electric drive module) and is expanding the corresponding family by developing the iDM (integrated drive module). The company’s all-in-one propulsion solution for electric mobility combines transmission, electric motor and inverter technologies, while offering a compact, integrated design.

All-In-One Propulsion Solution For Hevs, EVS

5 mins

iNVH 2019 Deliberates On Future NVH Optimisation

The International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) recently organised the fifth edition of its International Seminar on Noise, Vibration and Harshness (iNVH) at its Manesar facility.

iNVH 2019 Deliberates On Future NVH Optimisation

6 mins

Smart Tech 2019 Harps On Intellgent Tracking Solutions

The transformation to the next generation of mobility is likely to be drastic.

Smart Tech 2019 Harps On Intellgent Tracking Solutions

4 mins

Solar Electric Car Focussing On Eco–friendly Mobility

Riding high on its solar car innovation, the Electro-X India team led by Akhilesh Tripathi, from Galgotias University is now gearing up to take part in the upcoming Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia

Solar Electric Car Focussing On Eco–friendly Mobility

3 mins

Banking On Production Systems For Future Growth

The engine is considered to be the heart of a vehicle – the source of power.

Banking On Production Systems For Future Growth

6 mins

Connected Technologies Take Hyundai Venue Above & Beyond Competition

When I think of a sub-compact SUV, the first thought that crosses my mind is a vehicle that fits the budget of the common man. SUVs are not for everyone owing to their size, price and utility. But with a growing trend of SUVs becoming status symbols, manufacturers have curated smaller and more compact SUVs that obviously come with a much more affordable price tag for the masses. For long, Hyundai has been shying away from the sub-compact SUV space with no offerings that sit under the Creta. Finally after much ado, the Korean carmaker has brought an India centric sub-compact SUV – the Hyundai Venue. Despite being priced well within the reach of the common man, this compact SUV is a technological marvel in itself, with connected features that have not yet been seen in this segment in India.

Connected Technologies Take Hyundai Venue Above & Beyond Competition

4 mins

Managing Paradoxes Of Mobility With Automotive Electronics

The preliminary days of the mobility industry had a very limited role for Automotive Electronics (AE) that warranted communication and exchanging signals between sub-systems and components to cater to the basic functionalities of a vehicle traversing between locations.

Managing Paradoxes Of Mobility With Automotive Electronics

2 mins

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Auto Tech Review Magazine Description:

PublisherAuto Tech Review

CategoryTechnology

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

A business magazine for technology-oriented management from all the domains of engineering, manufacturing, production, R&D, design and sales & marketing, Auto Tech Review is India’s first and only automotive magazine that speaks the language of technology. The focus on automotive technology makes Auto Tech Review a unique product in the Indian media space and that is the value we offer to our readers through high-quality, in-depth, research-oriented articles and features. 

The magazine is published by Springer India, part of Springer Science+Business Media, Germany. Our parent publication is ATZ – Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift (Automotive Engineering Magazine) – a globally-acclaimed automotive technology magazine from the house of Springer. ATZ is being published successfully ever since it was founded in 1898; thus making it the oldest existing automotive magazine in the world. 

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