Peter Els has been involved in the automotive industry since 1979 when he joined Nissan South Africa’s product development team as a student engineer. On qualifying, he explored all facets of the industry holding, positions in engineering, after-sales service, and marketing. Peter has held positions with OEM’s such as Daimler, Fiat, Toyota, Nissan and Beijing Automotive Works. He’s also been responsible for OE sales and exports at Robert Bosch South Africa. After years in an industry driven by information gathering and communication Peter began writing technical articles on various aspects of the industry and the cars it produces. Since then he has produced a broad spectrum of automotive analysis work.
Oct 12, 2017 8:10 AM WST
NXP Automotive CTO Lars Reger, told delegates at NXP’s ‘FTF Connects’ conference in San Jose in June 2017, “An autonomous car can only be as good as its environmental sensing.” Inferring that cars will need human-like senses to contextually perceive and understand the world around them.
Oct 09, 2017 9:35 AM WST
Vehicle manufacturers around the globe are proudly proclaiming the roll out of dozens of new electric vehicle (EV) platforms; driving EV sales to an astounding 3.8 million vehicles by 2020. How will the increasing shift to electric vehicles impact the power grid and What will happen to peak demand and will the ‘last mile’ grid?
Oct 05, 2017 11:58 AM WST
China, a country that once lagging in electrified-vehicle deployment, has become a global leader, according to an interesting new measurement created by consulting firm AlixPartners.
Aug 30, 2017 4:27 PM WST
With governments such as Britain and France calling for restrictions on ICE (internal combustion engine) powered vehicles from 2040, new 48 volt electrical systems may just give the ailing technology a new lease on life.
Aug 19, 2017 11:58 AM WST
A closer look at Tesla's Model 3 Battery Technology
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