Zoox’s Journey to Safety with Mark R. Rosekind

What capabilities should a vehicle have that can successfully circumnavigate the world? With autonomous vehicles, the goal is to get to a point where they can give us a “boring” or quiet ride.

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Electric Vehicles (EVs): Sharing a Common Language for a Sustainable Future

The climate crisis is becoming more pressing and the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is booming. Designing these EVs calls for new ways of working: As we move towards the electric future, the battery and body in white (BIW) teams will have to work together for the first time. This white paper discusses the unique challenges associated with the EV engineering process during its key stages, and introduces the technical requirements for integrating a battery pack into vehicle design. It then presents the solution: implementing a common engineering software platform so that different teams can work together seamlessly. Manufacturers who seize this opportunity will thrive in the electric future.

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And you might think, “Well, that’s not exciting at all!”

But it is safe and reliable enough for you as a driver to shift your focus from the fact that there is no driver. After all, only after you feel safe can you fully relax and enjoy the ride and all the amenities that come with the vehicle.

AV companies are directly addressing this challenge by adopting aviation industry safety approaches and innovating new strategies.

In this episode, the first of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Mark R. Rosekind, Chief Safety Innovation Officer at Zoox, Inc. He will help understand the challenges of building an autonomous electric vehicle and the progress they have made so far. He will also share with us what steps the automotive industry can take to increase people’s safety on the road.

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Electric Vehicles (EVs): Sharing a Common Language for a Sustainable Future

The climate crisis is becoming more pressing and the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is booming. Designing these EVs calls for new ways of working: As we move towards the electric future, the battery and body in white (BIW) teams will have to work together for the first time. This white paper discusses the unique challenges associated with the EV engineering process during its key stages, and introduces the technical requirements for integrating a battery pack into vehicle design. It then presents the solution: implementing a common engineering software platform so that different teams can work together seamlessly. Manufacturers who seize this opportunity will thrive in the electric future.

by Siemens

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