Your Journey, Upgraded. The Escort MAX 360c MKII is the latest addition to the MAX family of high-performance radar detectors. Featuring an all-new internal platform and more powerful components, the MAX 360c MKII offers 50% improved range, lightning-fast performance, and a dramatically quieter ride. It takes the legendary performance of the original MAX 360c and improves on it in every way. Featuring all new components, improved detection range and responsiveness, and the same intuitive design, you’ll maximize your driving awareness and satisfaction.
HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. focused on connected technologies and solutions for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the introduction of Ready Care — the latest solution in its expanding portfolio of products designed and built to deliver consumer-focused experiences at an automotive grade. Ready Care is a set of solutions — Cognitive Distraction, Stress-Free Routing, and Personalized Comfort — that can work together or independently to improve safety and reduce driver stress.
JIDU Auto sees a brilliant future ahead for intelligent electric vehicles.
The EV startup, backed by tech titan Baidu, took the wraps off the Robo-01 concept vehicle last week during its virtual ROBODAY event. The robot-inspired, software-defined vehicle features cutting-edge AI capabilities powered by the high-performance NVIDIA DRIVE Orin compute platform.
Connected cars offer their users a lot of benefits, mainly related to additional information and remote control of vehicle functions. However, as usual, new opportunities bring new threats. Some of them are associated with numerous services and applications for connected car owners, developed not by car manufacturers, but by third-party companies. Recently, our colleagues studied popular applications and services of this kind and described their main shortcomings related to information security. The results of this study are published on our Securelist blog. In the report the shortcomings of applications are described from an end user point-of-view. However, the lessons that can be learned from this work should interest software developers.
In our last safety series post, we detailed the safety benefits and innovations unlocked by our zero-occupant autonomous vehicle. By beginning with a fundamentally safer design, we’re able to confidently improve on that baseline with a smaller footprint, sophisticated sensor stack, pedestrian-protecting front end, self-clearing sensors, and even an external airbag. Every detail of our hardware is developed through the lens of safety.