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Computerworld 8 things we learned about Apple Car this week
Two other ex-Apple Special Project Group team members recently founded Aeva, a company developing visual analysis systems for autonomous vehicles. No wonder Apple is working so hard in the fields of machine intelligence and computer vision.
Software Testing News Threat modelling for connected cars
So, the total possible attacks on a car is a product of channels and actors who want to use these channels. Just remember, the fancy of this attack is that you may not know that your car is being compromised unless it is on those brakes or air
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As the emphasis is on reducing weight, the entire exterior is carbon fiber with every body panel unique to this car. The 964's original shape was reassessed through computer modeling for max aerodynamics—including that iconic rear ducktail spoiler.
ARNnet Cisco takes fresh aim at trans-Tasman SMB markets
Cisco has renewed its strategy to aggressively pursue growth across the small to medium-sized business (SMB) markets in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), driven through a tailored portfolio of products through Cisco Start. The portfolio includes Cisco 

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How to Find an Automotive Repair Shop
How to Find an Automotive Repair Shop
Published by Mandy Concepcion
The 300,000 Mile Car
The 300,000 Mile Car
Published by Cengage Learning 2015
ISBN 0766831760,9780766831766
191 pages
Innovations in technology, increasingly stringent government regulations, and consumer demands have all combined to make the automobile one of today's most significant investments. As costs for new and pre-owned vehicles continue to rise, extending the life of the car has never been more important. That's why The 300,000 Mile Car is a "must." Inside this highly readable, sometimes humorous, self-help manual are easy-to-understand explanations, tips, guidelines and strategies for everything -...
Today’s Technician: Automotive Engine Performance, Classroom and Shop Manuals
Today’s Technician: Automotive Engine Performance, Classroom and Shop Manuals
Published by Cengage Learning 2013
ISBN 9781133592891,1133592899
1208 pages
The 6th Edition of TODAY’S TECHNICIAN: AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE PERFORMANCE is a comprehensive learning package designed to build automotive skills in both classroom and shop settings. Following current NATEF criteria, this two-manual set examines each of the major systems affecting engine performance and driveability—including intake and exhaust, sensors, computerized engine controls, fuel ignition, and emissions. The Classroom Manual addresses system theory, while a coordinating Shop Manual covers...
Electronic Inventions and Discoveries
Electronic Inventions and Discoveries
Published by CRC Press 1997
ISBN 0750304936,9780750304931
284 pages
In a remarkably short time, electronics has penetrated almost every aspect of modern life and the pace of development in the field shows no sign of slackening. One of the first books to cover electronic inventions in depth, Electronic Inventions and Discoveries: Electronics from Its Earliest Beginnings to the Present Day, Fourth Edition traces the development of electronics from its earliest beginnings to the present day. Spanning a period of two and a half centuries, the book presents a...
U.S. global competitiveness
U.S. global competitiveness
1987
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