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  1. Solar Edge announced that consumers of electric vehicles (EV) can now use Google Assistant to control their solar inverters for charging electric vehicles. Solo Technologies Co., Ltd. is one of the first companies to integrate the charging function of electric vehicles with Google assistants. Solar Technologies provides the world's first solar energy inverters for charging electric vehicles. Through innovative solar boost modes, the inverters charge six times faster than standard level 1 chargers. Integrating this technology into Google Assistants can simplify the charging process of electric vehicles for consumers and meet the needs of smart energy solutions. Lior Handelsman, founder of Solo Technologies and vice president of marketing and product strategy, said: "Smart home mainly provides convenience and interconnection, but the next step for smart home is to integrate smart energy management solutions such as electric vehicle charging. By working with Google to combine the convenience of smart home with the value of smart energy, Solar Technology can enable more people to use smart solar energy and be in the leading position in this field. Now, consumers can communicate with Google assistants to start or stop charging electric vehicles. Solo Technologies also plans to add other features to Google's assistant commands, such as querying the charging status of electric vehicles, checking the average mileage that can be reached during the charging process, and booking the charging ahead of time.
  2. MINIEYE recently announced that it and Xilinx (Inc) have developed a turnkey sensing system for ADAS. The two companies are working on creating solutions for car companies and first-class suppliers, and running MINIEYE IP on Sales Zynq-7000 and Zynq UltraScale + MPSoC platforms to achieve 1-3 self-driving. According to Liu Guoqing, founder and CEO of MINIEYE, the new technology can identify and analyze more than 20 kinds of traffic targets, using the Sellings MPSoC platform. The scheme can realize signal input of cockpit exploration, target geophysical exploration and other sensors. This kind of function is designed to be applicable to complex automatic driving situations. After combining MINIEYE's algorithm with the advanced platform of Sales, the two sides hope that this scheme will help automobile companies and first-class suppliers to reduce R&D costs and improve their R&D efficiency. MINIEYE can provide high-precision deep neuron network (DNN), make full use of Sellings vehicle-grade chips, while maintaining low power consumption. MINIEYE has installed the former market products into the major mainstream automobile companies'models. This scheme can help users deploy differentiated visual algorithms. The software and hardware of Sellings on-chip system are programmable, and can be equipped with new features and functions for vehicles, aiming at meeting the NACP requirements of different countries.
  3. Farreo has developed an end-to-end learning system for speed control. The system adopts the function of neuron network and long-term memory (LSTM), which is a recurrent neural network (RNN), and can learn long-term dependencies. The new system was developed by Wirbel and her colleagues, who also deployed an artificial neural network (ANN), which relies on in-depth learning technology. The network has been provided with a large number of demonstrations of human drivers'vehicle operation, which are recorded by forward-looking cameras and can be closely related to the driver's visual field when driving. The neuron network will also be trained to imitate the driver's behavior, especially focusing on reproducing the current speed of the vehicle. For example, when the input image contains a speed-limiting panel of 50 km/h, the neuron network will ensure that the current speed of the vehicle is not higher than 50 km/h. Perhaps in the near future, the neuron network system will be deployed in the automatic driving vehicle to improve the efficiency of speed control and achieve more intuitive driving control. Researchers plan to apply this proof-of-concept to more complex driving situations, adding a variety of complex driving manipulations, such as diversion, turning at intersections or vehicle navigation at roundabouts.
  4. At the CES exhibition in 2019, Intel's subsidiary Mobileye announced that it was seeking to expand strategic cooperation with the Chinese automaker Great Wall Automobile (GMW). Mobileye is a leading supplier of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Automatic Driving (AD). As part of the partnership, Great Wall will seek to integrate Mobileye's ADAS system into its various models (L0-L2) in the next three to five years. While integrating the ADAS system, the two companies will also cooperate to develop a higher level automatic driving system (L3 and higher level) according to the unique characteristics of the Chinese road. The potential partnership with Great Wall Automobile will expand Mobileye's growing business in China, and the company's ADAS technology has maintained a good momentum in the Chinese market. With the increasing demand of automobile manufacturers for ADAS solutions and becoming a global standard requirement, Mobileye uses the large amount of data it collects from the deployed ADAS systems to enhance and achieve a higher level of automatic driving. Mobileye L0-L2 ADAS: Mobileye is the global leader in the research and development of computer vision technology for ADAS systems. Mobileye's technology, supported by its SoC product EyeQ <, can provide power for L0, L1 and L2 passive safety functions such as forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking and lane maintenance, and millions of vehicles from 25 automobile manufacturers around the world have adopted Mobileye's technology. L2 + Level: Mobileye's L2 + Level ADAS improves L1-L2 driver's auxiliary safety function and provides more convenience for drivers on today's roads. L2 + ADAS enhances the semi-automatic driving function of vehicles by using Mobile Road Experience Management (REM) map solution, and realizes self-adaptive endurance, lane maintenance assistance and other advanced functions in more complex driving scenarios such as urban environment using Roadbook () data. Although drivers of L2 + technology vehicles must be alert to confirm their actions and take over when needed, the improved functions provide great convenience and safety, while reducing the gap with higher-level automatic driving. Level 3 and Full Auto Driving: In addition to integrating ADAS and L2+, Mobileye also supports automobile manufacturers in developing higher-level auto driving, including L3 for passenger cars and L4 and L5 for fully automated vehicle fleets. The cooperation between Mobileye and Great Wall Automobile has increased Mobileye's partners in L3 systems, including BMW, Fiat-Chrysler, Ulai, Nissan and SAIC.
  5. Erica Zhu Feilong Jiangli

    Tesla New Patent

    Tesla describes the current method of detecting vehicle damage: one is to wait until a failure occurs and then replace or repair the failed components. But this method is particularly dangerous, because equipment failure may pose a security threat, or even greater threat than before dealing with equipment failure. The other is to check or replace equipment regularly (such as monthly checks or checks after a certain number of miles have been traveled). However, this method is only based on "experience" or estimation. Although frequent inspection and maintenance may prevent equipment failure due to pressure damage, this method is inefficient, and regular inspection is time-consuming and expensive. Tesla's latest patent application indicates that its research method can detect vehicles before they break down or even drive them to service centers automatically. Tesla's patent seeks to find a way to detect the "stress cycle" of certain automotive components in order to detect potential faults before they occur. Tesla also envisions a future in which vehicles can drive themselves to service centers when problems are identified. For example, the processor can send stress cycle data and damage data to the service center so that the service center can contact the driver to make an appointment for repair after confirming the damaged parts. In addition, if the vehicle is an automatic driving vehicle, it can be instructed to drive automatically to the maintenance service center for maintenance. Chongqing Feilongjiang Automobile Water Pump, Oil Level Meter, Rubber Parts, Stamping Parts.
  6. HERE Technologies announced a new partnership with Amazon, which will integrate Amazon Alexa and HERE navigation and location services. With Amazon Alexa's voice-first interaction combined with HERE's leading on-board navigation solutions, car manufacturers can easily provide intuitive voice-first experience for both internal and external users. Alexa will first be integrated into HERE's new one-stop solution Navigation On-Demand program, which enables automobile manufacturers to achieve a fully functional new navigation experience in their vehicles. With Alexa Auto tools and application interface (API), HERE creates a real voice-first automotive navigation experience that allows users to focus on the road while Alexa also provides personalized guidance when and where drivers need it most. HERE will also provide information on its location service platform and Alexa service, allowing users to search and locate points of interest, access real-time traffic information, and seamlessly plan routes inside and outside the car. For example, users can ask Alxa at home to set a reminder to buy bread at the grocery store after work. At the end of the day, the navigation system will find the best way to go to the grocery store after work based on real-time traffic information and user reminders, and remind the user to buy bread when the vehicle approaches the store. Amazon will use HERE's high-quality positioning service to enhance Alexa's positioning awareness and provide context and insights for important location data to help users estimate the time to work or to the nearest cafe. In the future, Amazon and HERE will also explore opportunities to provide additional features to automakers and their customers. For example, by integrating services created in HERE Open Location Platform (OLP) Alexa, Alexa can answer questions in a more conversational manner. At present, enterprise users use HERE's OLP platform to enrich, access their data, and contribute to the next generation of positioning services. HERE's OLP platform has acquired real-time vehicle sensor data from many automobile brands, and then converted the data from HERE into real-time world and safety information, such as traction loss or early hard braking, and transmitted to the embedded navigation system and advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) of the automobile.
  7. Chongqing Feilong Jiangli latest information. Juniper Research, a market research firm, predicts that by 2030, more than 62 million vehicles will have V2V communication capabilities, more than 1.1 million more than in 2019. V2V solution can achieve low delay communication between vehicles, especially to improve driver safety. The new study by Juniper Research, titled Consumer Networked Automobile: Remote Information Technology, Vehicle Application & Networked Automobile Business 2018-2023, shows that the 5G network launched in 2019 will be the key driving factor behind the expansion of V2V communication technology. The study predicts that OEM will prefer to use 5G technology for V2V communications rather than other technologies because 5G technology has lower latency and higher radio frequency range. Juniper Research found that the development of 5G technology will promote the commercial deployment and interoperability of 5G technology, and predicted that by 2030, the United States will become the main market for deploying V2V technology, and 60% of new cars sold in the United States will have V2V function. The technology could reduce the annual death toll in the United States by more than 9,300 people, accounting for 25% of motor vehicle deaths. In addition, the study also predicts that manufacturers of automotive original equipment will explore new strategies such as on-board content subscription to generate revenue in addition to automotive sales. The study predicts that applications directly integrated into vehicles will generate more than $2.2 billion in revenue by 2030. Juniper Research suggests that in addition to using 5G networks, OEMs must also open up their on-board ecosystems to third parties to accelerate the development of emerging and future automotive content revenue streams.
  8. Olea Sensor Networks will present its latest life signs and signs detection technology at CES 2019 and conduct a live demonstration. Olea will introduce OleaVision Gen2 technology to its life Presence Detection function, which can detect the existence of human and animal life signs within 10 meters. Even if the target is dormant or motionless, it can also achieve accurate detection. The application scope of this technology exploration can be applied to various industries. For example, the rear seat reminder systems of passenger cars can use this technology to detect rear passengers. In addition, the technology can also be used to monitor public places, retail stores or colleges and industrial areas to ensure the safety of vehicles and the surrounding environment. This year, the powerful OleaSense™ platform can be used for vital signs monitoring. Another low-cost version of the new product OleaSense-LX™ is introduced, which is compatible with all Linux platforms, including Raspberry Pi., which is driven by the latest version of OleaSense™ smart software and software analysis. In addition, the OSN Quadcorder™ Technical Section is used for remote health monitoring applications. All versions of OleaSense™ can collect accurate vital signs, which are comparable to clinical results, and provide biometric authentication.
  9. According to a report issued by the European Patent Office (EPO), Samsung Electronics applied for 624 patents on automatic driving technology between 2011 and 2017, followed by Intel (590), Qualcomm (361), Bosch (343) and Toyota (338). Samsung Electronics of Korea has filed the largest number of patent applications related to auto-driving technology in Europe. Following Samsung Electronics are two other semiconductor companies, suggesting that autopilot technology is becoming a new battlefield for semiconductor companies. It is noteworthy that information and communication technology (ICT) companies such as semiconductor manufacturers and electronics manufacturers are more active in patent applications for automatic driving than traditional automobile manufacturers. There are only three traditional auto manufacturers and component manufacturers in the top 10, including Bosch (No. 5), Toyota (No. 6) and Continental Group (No. 10). In addition, there are only seven automakers in the top 25, including Audi (17th), Honda (20th) and Nissan (25th). From the national point of view, Europe (37.2%) and the United States (33.7%) are in the leading position in the research and development of automatic driving technology, while Korea (7%) is ahead of China (3%) but behind Japan (13%). The number of patent applications related to automatic driving vehicles also surged from 922 in 2011 to 3,998 in 2017, an increase of 4.3 times in six years. Considering that the number of patent applications related to other technologies has only increased by 16% in the same period, the growth rate of patent applications for automatic driving technology is very noticeable. In 2012, for the first time, the number of patent applications for automatic driving technology exceeded 1,000 (1,121), reached 2,603 in 2015, reached 3,173 in 2016 and reached 3,998 in 2017. Chongqing Feilong Jiangli has applied for 64 patents covering automobile water pumps, oil level meters and other products.
  10. Chongqing Feilong Jiangli learns from foreign media that BMW will release a number of pure electric and plug-in hybrid models in the near future. Recently, Stefan Juraschek, vice president of research and development of BMW's electric power transmission system, announced that it would provide the fifth generation electric power transmission system for the new BMW iX3 and i4. The key quality of the system is that the motor, gearbox and power electronics components can form a highly integrated electric drive component. The design of the device is extremely compact and occupies much less space than the three independent parts of the previous model. The total volume of components. The weight and space problems of electric vehicles are much higher than those of conventional vehicles, because on-board batteries take up a lot of space and increase the body weight. Therefore, in the design of electric power system, it is necessary to ensure that its volume is as compact as possible. In addition, as the speed of popularization and application of electric vehicles is not yet clear, the automobile enterprises must ensure the flexibility of design and provide diesel locomotives for users. BMW's new design concept has actually had a major impact on earlier vehicle manufacturing. Because the new electric power transmission system is expandable, the equipment can be adjusted to meet different installation space and vehicle requirements. In addition, on-board batteries can match the fifth generation of modular batteries, making the new model suitable for all types of vehicle structures. BMW may be able to equip its electric vehicles with DC/DC chargers, which will greatly shorten the charging time and help BMW's electric vehicles become competitive.
  11. Chongqing Feilong Jiangli learns from foreign media that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Stoneridge have reached an agreement to allow their applications to obtain exemptions from the "parts and components required for safe operation" regulations. FMCSA granted the company a five-year exemption, allowing it to install a camera monitoring system in the rearview mirrors on both sides of the truck, replacing the original rearview mirror equipment with MirrorEye, so that its safety is the same as or even higher than the requirements of the above regulations. The decision-making of FMCSA effectively uses MirrorEye system as a post-market product through legal channels, aiming at collecting data for NHTSA and carrying out feasibility analysis of MirrorEye application. MirrorEye replaced the rearview mirror with an integrated external digital camera and a digital surveillance system in the cockpit. Stonewich said that the system expands vision, provides full-color night vision, automatic camera translation, and aims to continuously track the end of the trailer. Compared with the traditional rearview mirror, the system is more secure. FMCSA validated MirrorEye's wide-angle, narrow-angle and overlooking cameras. It is estimated that the angle of view has been increased by 25%. The failure safety design of the system has been evaluated as follows: CMS has an independent video processing system, which can process images captured by multiple cameras. When one camera fails, other cameras can display images continuously to ensure display. The display can continuously display real-time images. In fact, MirrorEye may not be safer, but the system has improved the dynamics of European trucks and saved 2-3% of fuel consumption. Spangenberg, the company's executive, said: "In the future, the system will become a basic platform. If the technology is fully developed in the future, it will also give full play to data storage, data acquisition and real-time insight into road conditions.
  12. According to the latest report from Chongqing Feilong Jiangli,Volvo Bus participated in a research and development project to use used bus batteries as solar energy storage devices. At present, the waste batteries of Gothenburg 55 electric bus in Sweden are used for solar energy storage devices. With the progress of urban traffic electrification transformation, the recycling of waste batteries has become a key issue. The project is based at Riksbyggen's Viva Housing Cooperative in Gothenburg, an apartment complex designed to make it the most innovative and sustainable residential project in Sweden. To this end, Riksbyggen, Volvo, Gteborg Energi and Yorkshire Science Park have jointly created a system to collect energy from solar panels on the top floor of apartments and store them in used batteries used earlier by No. 55 electric buses. The battery warehouse system consists of 14 lithium batteries for used buses. Researchers installed it in a battery chamber to create a 200 kWh battery pack. The equipment can meet the majority of the electricity demand of apartment residents and output the stored electricity to them. The device aims to reduce peak hours of electricity consumption, use used batteries to store solar energy or sell surplus solar energy. The equipment can also be used to purchase and store the power of the State Grid, thereby enhancing the energy efficiency of Viva free energy system and improving the operation status of the city's power grid. The project is supported by the European Union project IRIS Smart Cities, a Light House project funded by EU HORIZON 2020.
  13. Report of Chongqing Feilong Jiangli. Bringing You the Latest Perspective. Detroit once was home to about a dozen massive assembly plants. A Fiat-Chrysler facility on the east side would be the last if GM closes its Detroit-Hamtramck plant. About 1,500 people work at the GM plant while Fiat-Chrysler's Jefferson Avenue plant employs about 5,000. Fiat-Chrysler reportedly plans to reopen a former engine plant on the city's east side to make Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs with three rows of seats starting with the 2021 model year. "Manufacturing is now a tech industry — you don't have to hire as many people to make as much stuff," said Ned Staebler, president and chief executive of the small business incubator TechTown Detroit. "It's not just General Motors. Every major OEM (original equipment manufacturer), major manufacturer is going through similar processes. It's a trend that is going to continue." Experts say a more tech-driven and medical industry economy is moving Detroit further from a reliance on manufacturing and that GM's downsizing in the name of cost-cutting and investment in autonomous and electric vehicles won't hurt as much as past mass layoffs and plant closings.
  14. Hyundai announced on December 17 that it had developed a fingerprint authentication system that could be used to open doors and start cars. The system allows drivers to open doors and start cars without keys using pre-registered fingerprints. Once the door handle sensor is touched, the driver's encrypted fingerprint data is transmitted to the controller inside the car, and the car is unlocked. The startup button in the car is also equipped with a fingerprint sensor, which can start the car by touching the button. Chongqing Feilong Jiangli has some doubts. What about a car with more than one person? Can fake fingerprints start a car? Rest assured, these situations can be solved by fingerprint authentication system. The system can adjust driver's seat position and rearview mirror to support personalized driving settings according to pre-registered fingerprints of multiple drivers. Hyundai will also add temperature and humidity control, steering wheel position adjustment and other functions in personalized settings. The system is based on capacitance identification technology. It uses the capacitance difference caused by fingerprint touch and untouched components to distinguish users. Therefore, it is hardly affected by false fingerprints. According to the company, the probability of the system identifying errors is only one in fifty thousand. In other words, it's almost five times as safe as an ordinary smart key. In addition, when the driver repeatedly uses the system, the system will learn in real time, thus reducing the error rate.
  15. Erica Zhu Feilong Jiangli

    Rubber bushing knowledges

    Chongqing Feilong Jiang Li has an independent rubber and plastic workshop, which mainly produces body rubber products, such as bushings, sealing rings and so on. In order to better realize the process and satisfy the design concept, and to ensure the bushing in normal working state more effectively in the process of vehicle assembly, Chongqing Feilong Jiang Li will choose a suitable reference point as the initial zero angle of rubber bushing, which is regarded as the best working state of bushing. In order to keep the best working condition as long as possible, Feilong Jiangli will choose the most common working condition of the whole vehicle as the initial zero angle of the village set. Generally speaking, it is considered that the normal working condition of a car is no-load or half-load, that is to say, the landing state. The corresponding bushing assembly process at this time is called landing tightening technology, that is, tightening the rubber bushing after the vehicle landing. Feilongjiangli's rubber bushing is processed by ingredient, stamping and injection moulding. Each process has strict quality control procedures. The finished bushing is mainly used on Chang'an CS35 and CS75 models.
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