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On September 14  2016, the REACH Task-force met at CLEPA offices in Brussels to discuss a number of priorities for automotive suppliers and to agree actions and tasks for the task-force and its members.   Among the agenda items were the following: Presentation of 2018 Registration Deadline activities...

On October 3 2016, the Technical Committee - Motor Vehicles (TCMV) gathered in Brussels for their 61st meeting. The main points on the agenda were:   Updating of the TCMV members’ list Final exchange of views on draft proposal for the Commission Implementing Regulation regarding administrative requirements relating to emission limits and...

On October 7 2016, the European Commission together with representatives of 12 EU Member States and industry launched the C-ROADS platform – a set of projects on connected, cooperative and automated driving. The C-ROADS platform gathers real-life deployment activities taking place in Austria, Belgium, Czech...

On October 3 2016, Alessandro Coda joined us at CLEPA, taking up the new role of Chief Technology Officer. Bringing almost three decades of experience in automotive research and engineering expertise, he will be overseeing all technical operations at CLEPA, including both the Research and Innovation and Technical...

On October 4 2016, the European Commission's Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) revealed new funding opportunities for automotive research. Altogether, the Commission announced three Horizon 2020 calls for project proposals in the areas of Green Vehicles, Smart Cities & Communities and Blue Growth. In total,...

On September 29 2016, VALEO unveiled its latest innovations at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, with technological developments in cruise control, dash-fitted cameras, electric engines and smart lighting.   Valeo Cruise4U, a technology prototype that can drive in automated mode in real traffic conditions. Valeo Cruise4U can safely handle all...

On September 28 2016 at the inaugural GPU Technology Conference Europe, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled Xavier, an all-new AI supercomputer, designed for use in self-driving cars.   Xavier is a complete system-on-chip (SoC), integrating a new GPU architecture called Volta, a custom 8 core CPU architecture, and...