Sunday, February 17, 2019
Automobile Technology

Automobile Technology

Why Smartphone encryption has law enforcement feathers ruffled

Why Smartphone encryption has law enforcement feathers ruffled Completely self-sufficient, mobile robots with human-like elements and expressions are conveyed in numerous urban communities now. These androids are profoundly keen, ready to work...

Toyota promises driverless cars on roads by 2020

The car uses multiple external sensors to recognise nearby vehicles and hazards, and selects appropriate routes and lanes depending on the destination. Based on these data inputs, it willautomatically operates the steering...

New Cylinder Deactivation System

Cylinder deactivation helps automakers squeeze better fuel economy out of larger engines by cutting off some cylinders under light loads. Systems in production now typically deactivate no more than half of...

Renewable will power mobile networks

A dirty mystery of portable correspondences is that it utilizes heaps of power. It's additionally once in a while controlled by monster tanks of diesel fuel, particularly in poor nations. However,...

Crash-proof cars-great way to avoid accident

You're sitting in the driver's seat of your car, yet as opposed to taking a gander at the street, you've been attaching at your telephone, maybe reading email message or messaging...

Skully-World’s Smartest Helmet

Skully is android based smartest helmet equipped with mordern technologies like rear view camera and GPS . This helmet has provide us navigation facility and we can also answer the phone...

Driver Override Systems

Latest technologies allow cars to stop if the driver fails to use the brakes, however driver override systems can actively disregard the driver's rules. For instance, the brakes may mechanically be...