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Apr 22, 2019

On April 17, NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced a new strategic collaboration and investment agreement with Hawkeye Technology Co., Ltd, Hawkeye will offer its deep 77GHz expertise, a team of highly qualified engineers and a state-of-the-art lab complex within Southeast University in Nanjing, China.
Together, the two companies will form a reference design collaboration that leverages the top engineering talent at Southeast University and NXP’s longstanding radar expertise, to create NXP-based reference designs for the Chinese automotive market.
The cooperation will address important research areas in automotive radar to help China’s domestic Tier 1 suppliers meet the challenges of this complex, fast-growing technology. The collaborative environment will help the Chinese automotive market innovate with system-level solutions and radar reference designs.

NXP press release

Apr 15, 2019

Airbus Defence and Space and ZF Friedrichshafen AG announced that they are collaborating to enrich and complement ZF on-board system to enhance autonomous driving by using Airbus satellite derived information. Under this collaboration, Airbus and ZF are combining their capabilities and expertise to offer a reliable end-to-end solution for self-driving and self-positioning vehicles. Airbus provides its unique high precise Ground Control Points (GCPs), calculated using radar satellite imagery, to support the fusion of ZF sensor data such as Lidar and Radar. Furthermore Airbus investigates generation of High Definition maps (HD maps) based on aerial and space borne approach, to complement ZF semantic cards. Both remote sensed information GCPs and HD maps will be integrated as foundation layers into the “ZF AD Environment” - an enhanced HD maps solution ZF will present soon - where all needed information for autonomous driving will be implemented in a cloud based system. (From a press release on April 15, 2019)

Apr 12, 2019

On April 11, the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) started a research and development (R&D) project on smart monitoring emissions of diesel vehicles. The National Environment Agency (NEA) of Singapore awarded TNO with a research grant for this project in late 2018.
The objective of the R&D project is to assess the feasibility of monitoring tailpipe emissions of NOx and PM from vehicles in real-time using TNO’s SEMS, which has capabilities to assess the emissions of other gases such as CO2 and NH3. 
The real-time emissions can also be accessed online by the vehicle fleet owners and regulators for monitoring vehicle performance and compliance with the regulations. In this R&D project, one of the key innovations is to integrate a low-cost, low-maintenance particulate matter (PM) sensor into the current SEMS system.
The PM sensor does not interfere with the normal operation of the vehicle, making it suitable for long monitoring campaigns. Measurement data will be wirelessly transmitted to the processing server, using the 3G/4G network. 

TNO press release