2020
Automotive/​Transportation

The transportation sector accounts for about 30% of total United States energy needs and 70% of petroleum consumption. The average U.S. household spends nearly one-fifth of its total family expenditures on transportation, making it the most expensive spending category after housing.

Vehicles use gasoline, diesel, or electricity as a form of fuel sources. These are all non-renewable sources. When we consider a Hybrid car, we are using gasoline as well as electricity. These are not favorable fuel sources for the long-term,

The invention is a pandemic-proof mass transportation system that more than doubles the capacity of the existing right of ways of present day subways and light rail systems and dramatically reduces trip times.

LED lighting technology is already prevalent in the Automotive Industry, taking on increasingly prominent aesthetic design as well as safety roles. Significantly increased lighting output, required to meet tightening insurance industry requirements,

Urban Rover is an autonomous home platform for the city professional. Rovers are a new form of affordable housing, providing life's essentials in a comfortable yet mobile footprint. Through a subscription based model that provides connectivity and home utilities,

Introducing VALUEGAUGE, the first information display to enable motor vehicle drivers to truly save fuel and emissions and time, and avoid waste. ValueGauge consists of a microcomputer and electronic display in view of the vehicle operator,

The VVT is a completely new, patented way of controlling turbine flow. It features a 720° volute that can be unwound by a flexible link system to 360°. The efficiency is stellar—beyond what any multi-vane VGT can do.
Conventional multi-vane VGT’

Vehicle Distance Warning and Signaling System (DWSS) is an improved version of the Dynamic Traffic Light (DTL) bearing SAE paper No: 980560 presented and published in 1998. The traditional brake signal on the rear of vehicles provides insufficient information which only informs a following-vehicle (FV) that its lea

Global Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles depends heavily on safety performance, VTDS rapidly detects threats and delivers 10X safety enhancement.

Autonomous vehicle (AV) control systems are challenged to ‘see’ and respond to the road, especially in unexpected situations, and struggle to mimic human abilities.

Video Helper System has several use options, namely:

During the movement of the autocamper, the high design of its van disrupts the visibility of the situation in front of it, for this, the function of a “transparent” car becomes possible by using the front camera mounted on it, i.e.

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