In a technological failure a Melbourne driver who followed satnav directions onto a set of railwaytracks narrowly escaped with his life after his car was hit by a train. The 25-year-old man turned on to the tracks Wednesday night and became ... Travel and Tour World, 1 week ago
Welcome to the Home of Technology - a new-look techradar that is now taking its expert advice beyond suggesting the tech you'll love to helping you get the best out of your devices. With a wealth of how to content, expert tips and tricks and our ...Techradar India, 2 weeks ago
The lower grille treatment and the extra 'window' in the C-pillar weren't really needed. It'll all be over in two years. Australia's remaining carmakers will shut up shop, leaving the country dependent solely on imported vehicles for ...The Press NZ, 2 weeks ago
• Transparent Trailer technology • Sensors detect load-shifting • Cargo Sense App monitors trailer Pretoria Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is developing a Transparent Trailer concept that could remove the blind spot created when towing a caravan ...Wheels24, 1 month ago Land Rover tech puts end to blind spots Motorme.my, 1 month ago Tech to make your trailer invisible IOL, 1 month ago Tech: why Range Rover is going potholing, CAR+ September 2015 Car Online, 4 weeks ago
Technology must be used to wage war on the HGVs and aggressive thugs behind the wheel that plague our lives, says ADRIAN LOWERY
By Adrian Lowery for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: View comments It's fair to say Im a techno-skeptic: Im dubious about the merits of many new technologies and the impact they have on our lives and jobs. Nowhere more so than mobile ...This is Money, 1 month ago It's time to wage war on HGVs and aggressive thugs behind the wheel This is Money, 1 month ago
It hasn't taken long for Silicon Valley companies to start creating 'the Uber' of their industry. Germany technology firm SAP is the latest, claiming - quite rightly - to have created 'the Uber of parking' and 'the Uber of refuelling'. Refuelling ...International Business Times UK, 2 months ago
Startup's network for Net-connected devices goes slow to win you over The Ingenu technology will link home appliances, water meters and streetlights to help rev up the Internet of Things.
When you want to watch streaming videos in a taxi, you need a mobile network that can deliver the data as fast as possible. But a startup called Ingenu is betting that a lot of customers will pay for a slower network that's cheaper to use. Ingenu, ...CNET.co.uk, 4 weeks ago
The aftermarket will play a key role in delivering the benefits of ITS to consumers, according to experts at an ITS World Congress 2015 session on Wednesday (October 7). No new technology becomes all-pervasive instantly and the same will be true ...Traffic Technology Today, 1 day ago
Expert rating: 73/100 Engine, drivetrain and chassis: 15/20 Price, packaging and practicality: 14/20 Safety and technology: 16/20 Behind the wheel: 14/20 X-factor: 14/20 It's no surprise that the small car market is home to Australia's ...The New Daily, 2 days ago
Heavy construction machinery from Hitachi is set to come fitted with new camera technology from the automotive sector to make it safer to manoeuvre. Above: Hitachi's big trucks will have all-round cameras and sensors Hitachi Construction Machinery ...Construction Index, 1 month ago Hitachi heavy machines to fit Nissan 360 cameras Arabianindustry.com, 1 week ago
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