Global auto parts supplier Continental AG developed what it calls a “Road AND Driver” camera for automated vehicles that monitors both the driver and traffic in front of the vehicle. The dual-camera system continuously detects whether a driver is paying attention to the road, while at the same time monitors the vehicle's surroundings.
Eric Walz2019-08-14 05:30 PT
Leading German automotive component supplier Continental AG announced that it will use Ford’s Focus hatchback to showcase its all-new 48V full-hybrid technology.
Manish Kharinta2019-07-16 10:00 PT
Auto part supplier Continental has developed what it calls, a ‘Virtual A Pillar', which uses cameras to show what is normally concealed by a vehicle’s A-pillar. The system removes these forward blind spots, and gives drivers a better view of their surroundings.
Eric Walz2018-10-25 11:56 PT
Chipmaker NVIDIA and Continental, one of the world’s largest automotive technology companies, have announced they are partnering to create an entire AI self-driving vehicle system, built on the NVIDIA DRIVE platform, with a planned market introduction starting in 2021.
Eric Walz2018-02-06 12:22 PT
Continental is testing out its Intelligent Intersection technology, which was first demonstrated on a test track in October 2017 at Continental's development center in Brimley, Michigan. The next steps include a broader test roll-out and pilot implementation of the technology at an intersection in the City of Columbus, Ohio.
Eric Walz2017-12-21 09:05 PT
Continental, a large automotive manufacturing company based out of Germany, recently purchased Israel-based company Argus, which specializes in automotive cyber security.
Vineeth Joel Patel2017-11-11 14:00 PT
Continental, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, has expanded its portfolio for electric vehicles, developing the 'New Wheel Concept' to meet the specific requirements of electric vehicles (EVs) that utilize regenerative braking.
Eric Walz2017-08-16 16:59 PT
Continental intends to scale back its investments in mechanical automotive technology and allocate an additional $326 million for hybrid and electric vehicles as the auto-parts maker prepares for the eventual decline of combustion engines.
Eric Walz2017-04-26 14:32 PT
Continental opens a new location in San Jose, California in Silicon Valley. Continental expects to employ about 300 experts from all parts of the company that will work on pioneering solutions for the sustainable mobility of the future.
Eric Walz2017-04-14 10:40 PT
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