- Researchers develop self-driving car models: Here's how it works
Good news! A team of Indian American researchers has come up with a novel model that uses human inputs to uncover Artificial Intelligence (AI) "blind spots" in self-driving cars so that vehicles can avoid accidents on roads.
- TechnologyMahindra Electric launches Nemo Life app for Apple and Android platforms
Mahindra EVs has successfully covered 100 million kilometres on Indian roads and to celebrate the occasion the Mahindra Electric has launched the Nemo Life App. The app is called the next-generation mobility app. To inform, Mahindra Electric is one of the leading EV manufacturers in India and claims that it has studied the usage pattern for its EVs running in India and has worked on the Nemo Life app that allows personal users to control their mobility and the EV ecosystem on the go.TechnologyWhy ethanol is not a suitable fuel for automobiles
The Indian government is accelerating its programme of blending ethanol with petrol for two reasons: Our petroleum import bill is continuously increasing (we import more than 85 per cent of all our requirements) and two, we have surplus of sugar in India, which has no takers in the export market.TechnologyKETO to invest 10 million dollars in India on e-autorickshaw
KETO is a joint venture between India's ETO Motors Pvt Ltd and Hong Kong-based KYTO Green Technologies Limited.Technology4 technologies that changed the automobile world forever
Today, technology has brought major changes in the way we lead our daily life. The progressive growth can be seen in the automobile industry. The avant-garde car industry is surprising us with new technologies in the areas of safety, entertainment, usefulness or a pure innovation. In this article, we will discuss about some top technologies which have changed the roads forever along with the mode of transportation.TechnologyToyota auto will get Android support: Here're the 2019 models update
Toyota, who has once refused to add sport for Android Auto has now agreed with the concept. According to Bloomberg, Toyota has signed an agreement with Google and will announce the change officially in the month of October. It is likely that car enthusiasts will see Android Auto in the upcoming Toyota vehicles.TechnologyCatalyst E2 Max electric bus drives 1100 miles on a single charge
Proterra, a start-up company for electric vehicles, has developed a bus that is capable of doing 1100 miles on a single charge.TechnologyJapan develops new bullet train with top speed of 360 km/hour by 2019
The new model, whose first prototype will have 10 coaches, will be considerably faster than JR East's E5 series, currently the fastest Shinkansen in operation, travelling at operating speeds of up to 320 kph, Efe news reported.TechnologyFrench firm to make 800 'super high-power' locomotives in India
Awarded a contract to manufacture 800 electric locomotives for Indian Railways, Alstom, a world leader in rail transport business, has decided to produce them in India -- at a factory in Madhepura in Bihar.TechnologyRoad safety: The meaning of yellow, white lines many Indians are not aware of
Road safety is one of the prime concerns Indians must address at the earliest to make travel easier and accident-free. For most of us, traffic rules come with a limit of blinking red, yellow and green lights. But here is something we must know about the yellow and white lines we often see painted on the roads.TechnologyOnePlus X price leaked before grand launch
Days before its official global launch, OnePlus X aka OnePlus Mini price has been tipped off by a Chinese website.TechnologyAugust 5: First electric light signal was used in 1914
The world’s first electric light traffic signal was developed by Lester Wire in 1912, which came into usage on 5th August 1914. The American Traffic Signal Company installed a traffic signal system on the corner of East 105th Street and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.