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Apr 24, 2019

On April 16, Mando Corp. announced that it concluded a contract for supply of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) to Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. of India. With the signing of the contract, Mando will advance into the ADAS market in India.
The ADAS for which Mando has won an order this time is the front radar and the front camera of AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking) which controls the vehicle in an emergency. The devices will be developed with the accumulated technology and knowhow of Mando, specifically for uneven road conditions in India.
 Efforts will be made especially for the development of specialized specifications that can detect large animals, by using the Big Data collected through Mando's R&D centers in India.

Mando press release

Apr 24, 2019

On April 22, 2019 Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) revealed that EDB does not expect Dyson to be the only player who decides to open EV manufacturing plant in Singapore, as the country still needs to record more EV plants from new players as well.
At present, EDB has been negotiating with 2-3 new companies who expressed their interest in investing on EV plants in Singapore. EDB believes that the more local investments by EV makers, the bigger automotive industry of Singapore.
The country’s support of high-technology robots and autonomous system uses will also help solving the high cost of labor issue as well.
(From an article of Krungthep Turakij on April 23, 2019 )

Apr 24, 2019

On April 23, Waymo announced it will build self-driving vehicles at a newly leased and repurposed facility in Detroit on the American Axle and Manufacturing campus where American Axle has its world headquarters, Detroit Business office and Advanced Technology Development Center.
A Michigan Economic Development Corp. memo said the project would involve the creation of at least 100 jobs with a potential for 400 jobs and a capital investment of USD 13.6 million.
Waymo, which is a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., Google's parent, had requested an USD 8 million Michigan Business Development Program grant.
Waymo has billed its project as the "world's first factory 100%-dedicated to the mass production of Level 4 autonomous vehicles."
At the new facility, Waymo will begin outfitting Chrysler Pacifica minivans and Jaguar I-Pace electric cars with its technology by mid-2019.
Waymo has contracts to buy up to 62,000 Pacifica Hybrids built at Fiat Chrysler’s Windsor, Canada plant and 20,000 vehicles from Jaguar.
Waymo currently has a small technical center in Novi, Michigan.

(Detroit News article) (Detroit Free Press article) (Waymo blog on April 23, 2019)

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