April 29, 2020—This week, ADAPT discovered that the COVID-19 virus outbreak is causing automotive engineers, autonomous vehicle companies and electric car manufacturers to rethink their business operations. ADAPT is a digital-only brand reporting on how advanced vehicle technology affects the automotive aftermarket industry, and specifically vehicle repairs, maintenance, and diagnostics.
Recently,Julian Thomson, Jaguar's director of design, shares with Ars Technica how the coronavirus pandemic has affected vehicle design.
Despite its fleet being parked during the coronavirus, Waymo is focusing on running simulations for its autonomous vehicles.
Karma Automotive also made progress during this time. It launched the Karma High-Performance E-Flex Platform, which features a flat-floor battery for weight distribution.
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A representative from RoboSense, a developer of LiDAR vehicle systems, talks to ADAPT about how the technology is evolving, as well as how autonomous vehicles have already been assisting in social distancing guidelines.
Drivers and their car's cameras may be harvesting data without anyone realizing it.