Author: ccs editor

BMW 3D prints for a dual-purpose: less pain and better efficiency

 It’s about diminishing strain on the thumbs’ of BMW’s factory workers… Fully aware of the exertion required by its manufacturing line workers, German carmaker BMW has introduced a new technology to reduce the strain on its employee’s thumbs. The creation

Detect who is driving your car with Mobii

Could you imagine a world without car theft? Ford has begun experimenting with technology, which aims to enhance car security. Taking this into account, the carmaker hopes to increase the customer experience. Have you ever heard about Mobii? Mobii is

Linux introduces open-source software for cars

With the abundance of the technology in this day and age, it was only a matter of time until cars became part of the digital era. Although, it is already widely used in obscured operations within cars, the Linux operating system

Android-Auto Car launches this year!

You’ve heard of Android mobile phones, but what about Android-enabled cars? The fight between the two giants Google and Apple continues. Although, instead of mobile phones, their next industry looks to be cars, with Apple’s CarPlay battling it out against

Driverless cargo ships, what’s next?

We previously reported on driverless cars, but have you ever heard of a driverless cargo ship? Based in Alesund, Norway, the Blue Ocean team from Rolls-Royce have developed a simulation prototype, which demonstrates a 360-degree view from the vessel’s bridge.