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As a result of modern advanced driver assistance systems, the use of radar technology has become indispensable for the automotive sector. A wide range of systems for adaptive speed control, lane-change support, collision avoidance, and pedestrian and cyclist detection has paved the way for autonomous driving. With the installation of a large and growing number of sensors together with the limited availability of suitably exposed space for them on the vehicle body, there is almost no space left for the installation of sensors.

 


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SCHOTT (Mainz, Germany), inventor of specialty glass and optical technology pioneer, has broadened its structured glass wafer portfolio FLEXINITY for diverse industry applications. SCHOTT’s structured glass wafer and sheet portfolio FLEXINITY® is now reported to provide the highest precision products on the market, with tolerances below 20 microns (± 10 micron), the widest range of thickness and widths. Wafers and sheets are available at thickness as low as 0.1 mm, up to 3.3mm.

 


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The Origo Steering Wheel concept has received recognition from the German Design Awards council for outstanding design quality. The project was chosen as a winner in the category of Excellent Product Design – Human-Machine Interface. German Design Awards is one of the world’s most highly renowned design competitions. High standards are assured by an international jury recognising only projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and international design landscape. The Origo Steering Wheel was developed within the Finnish automotive ecosystem, in collaboration between Canatu, Siili Auto, TactoTek, Rightware, and Northern Works as a part of the Multimodal In-Vehicle Interaction and Intelligent Information Presentation (MIVI) project.