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Daimler and Bosch demonstrate driverless parking in Beijing, key to AVP lies in intelligent infrastructure

BEIJING – ABS, ESP and now Automated Valet Parking (AVP). Daimler and Bosch are trying to make the driverless parking technology as ubiquitous as ABS and ESP they pioneered years ago now as standard features found on almost every car. The two partners demonstrated the AVP for the first time in China

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Aptiv opens new Suzhou Tech Center with 5G V2E lab, to launch L2+ ADAS in China by turn of decade

SUZHOU, Jiangsu – China will be the first country where Aptiv PLC will develop and launch its so-called “L2+” advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), according to David Paja, senior vice president & president, Advanced Safety and User Experience at the leading global technology company specialized in connected solutions and autonomous

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SAIC-GM and CATL sign cooperation agreement to develop next generation battery

SHANGHAI – SAIC-GM has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Ltd. (CATL) here to jointly explore technologies in the automotive battery field and make further cooperation on research and development of next generation battery products for SAIC-GM’s new energy vehicles. Based on the agreement, SAIC-GM and CATL

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EPB to drive Continental’s HBS growth in China as MGU plant opens in Changshu

CHANGSHU, Jiangsu – Now that Continental has celebrated the 10th anniversary of its production facility here and the opening of Phase III expansion, the focus has turned to development and production of electric parking bakes (EPB) and related components for the country’s bourgeoning electric vehicle market. “For the next years, the

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Envision Group to acquire controlling stake in Nissan’s battery business

SHANGHAI – Shanghai-based Envision Group, a global leading digital energy company, announced on August 3 that it will acquire a controlling stake in Automotive Energy Supply Corp. (AESC), the electric battery operations and production facilities of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Nissan will retain a minority equity stake in the post-transaction

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