Day: April 10, 2020

Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market Worth $15.9 Billion by 2027

London, April 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a new market research report “Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AI) Market by Component (Hardware, Software), Technology (Machine Learning, Computer Vision), Process (Signal Recognition, Image Recognition) and Application (Semi-Autonomous Driving) – Global Forecast to 2027”, published by Meticulous Research®, the automotive artificial intelligence market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 39.8% from 2019 to 2027 to reach $15.9 billion by 2027.

Various well-established automotive organizations across the globe are increasingly struggling with rising cost of operations, dissatisfied customers, declining sales, and unidentified competition. Therefore, the adoption of artificial intelligence technologies in the automotive sector is on the rise in order to create new opportunities and enhance operational capabilities by leveraging new possibilities, speeding up processes, and making organizations flexible to changes in the future.

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Realizing the fact, various organizations are investing

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The Department of Transportation Just Gave Airline Stocks 3 Huge Wins

After President Trump signed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package into law on March 27, executives from the top passenger airlines like Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV)Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), and American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL) probably breathed sighs of relief. After all, the new law gave them $25 billion in bailout funds to help maintain payroll and another $25 billion in loans earmarked for the industry. 

But three days later, they likely got nervous again, as the Treasury Department issued guidelines for companies that receive that money. In particular, a rule requiring recipients to maintain existing levels of service had some industry insiders worried that they’d have to continue operating expensive empty or near-empty flights to qualify.

Luckily, on March 28, the U.S. Department of Transportation weighed in with new guidelines, which ought to make the airlines — and their investors — relieved again (well, as much as possible

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All Maine motor vehicle-related expirations extended indefinitely

Maine has extended expiration dates indefinitely on all state driver’s licenses, IDs, vehicle registrations and inspection stickers until the state of emergency prompted by the coronavirus pandemic is over.

Gov. Janet Mills issued an executive order this week that extended a waiver for all driver’s licenses, permits, state identification cards, commercial driver’s licenses, dealer licenses, salvage motor vehicle recycler licenses, driver and rider school licenses and instructor licenses that expire during the period of emergency, which began March 15.

The Maine State Police, which oversees the state’s annual vehicle inspection program, also has extended indefinitely all expiration dates on vehicle inspection stickers for the same period that applies to other driver- and vehicle-related documents, police spokesman Steve McCausland said Friday.


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Connecticut Transportation


  • Toll proposal includes new train station for Bridgeport

    Toll proposal includes new train station for Bridgeport

    Wednesday, May 22 2019 5:16 PM EDT2019-05-22 21:16:10 GMT

    Toll proposal includes new train station for BridgeportToll proposal includes new train station for Bridgeport
    Toll proposal includes new train station for BridgeportToll proposal includes new train station for Bridgeport

    The governor’s proposal would order the Transportation Department to build a second train station in Bridgeport. Proponents say it could revitalize the city’s crumbling East Side.

    The governor’s proposal would order the Transportation Department to build a second train station in Bridgeport. Proponents say it could revitalize the city’s crumbling East Side.


  • Gov. Lamont says new plan for tolls ‘ready to go’

    Gov. Lamont says new plan for tolls ‘ready to go’

    Friday, May 10 2019 7:03 PM EDT2019-05-10 23:03:14 GMT

    Gov. Ned Lamont says he’s willing to freeze toll rates for the first three years of his Connecticut toll plan.

    Gov. Ned Lamont says

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    Transportation Fuel Market Size, Industry Share and Growth Rate 2018-2026

    Transportation fuels drive the world by providing energy for transportation. Transportation fuels are essential in every transportation medium. People opt for private transport over public transport due to the advantages of comfort, affordability, and less time required to travel. This has led to an increase in the number of people owning vehicles in most of the countries. The demand for transportation fuel has also increased in parallel.

    As the Governments of various countries have now put forward strict emission norms, therefore there has been an increase in the utilization of other fuels which are not derived by crude oil. This has led to the transportation market to get even bigger as there are new ways to feed the vehicle and opening the door for new competitors to enter the market.

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    On the basis of fuel, the global transportation fuel

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    Good News from the Industry as it Rallies Against the Spread of Covid-19 [Update: Muc-Off Launch Anti-Bac Fight Back Program]

    Among the constant bad news about the worsening spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, brands and people in the bike industry are trying to make the most of a bad situation. Check out some of the positive news stories to come through our inbox.

    Muc-Off launch ‘Anti Bac Fight Back’ project

    Muc-Off has added to their recent efforts of assisting with the shortage of plastic bottles for hand sanitiser by launching their new ‘Anti Bac Fight Back’ project. The new program from the UK based company sees them take three different approaches to the situation. Support front line workers, protecting people and global support.

    Adding to their previous efforts Muc-Off is now providing ITU nurses with anti-bacterial moisturising creams to help with the soreness creating by wearing face masks during their shifts. The aim is to donate 100,000 products to front line health workers.

    They have also released a new range

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    Transportation and Health

    Three female pedestrians crossing a street.

    Transportation decisions that take place upstream affect our lives downstream. We all use various ways to get to work or school, to access healthy foods and to do countless other things every day. Yet poor transportation decisions can harm health and are not always fair across all communities.

    For example, communities near a highway or major roadway are often low-income and communities of color. Living near a highway or major roadway increases a person’s exposure to traffic-related air pollution. Traffic-related air pollution is linked to respiratory conditions like wheezing and decreased lung functioning and also cardiovascular disease. Long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution is linked to childhood asthma.

    APHA speaks out for transportation policy that improves, rather than hinders, public health. We believe in working with the transportation sector to create equitable and healthy transportation policies. 

    Check out our two latest Transportation and Health Stories from the Field showing how

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    Tampa police: 2 dead after motorcycle and bicycle collide on Bayshore Blvd.

    A bicyclist and a motorcyclist died Saturday morning following a crash on Bayshore Blvd. near Rome Ave., according to the Tampa Police Department.

    Police said three motorcyclists were riding northbound on Bayshore Blvd. when one of them crashed into a bicyclist that was crossing Bayshore Blvd. at a crosswalk.

    The motorcyclist died on the scene and the bicyclist was taken to an area hospital and died. 

    Witnesses said the motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed before the collision. One witness even took off his shirt in an attempt to help the injured bicyclist.

    Police did not reveal a lot of details, but did say that the motorcyclist was in their 30’s and the bicyclist was in their 50s. They said

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    Automotive Seat Market | Industry Size, Share Analysis Report 2019-2023

    Table of Contents

    1 Executive Summary

    2 Scope of the Report

    2.1 Market Definition

    2.2 Scope of the Study

    2.2.1 Definition

    2.2.2 Research Objective

    2.2.3 Assumptions

    2.2.4 Limitations

    2.3 Research Process

    2.3.1 Primary Research

    2.3.2 Secondary Research

    2.4 Market size Estimation

    2.5 Forecast Model

    3 Market Landscape

    3.1 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

    3.1.1 Threat of New Entrants

    3.1.2 Bargaining power of buyers

    3.1.3 Threat of substitutes

    3.1.4 Segment rivalry

    3.1.5 Bargaining Power of Buyers

    3.2 Value Chain/Supply Chain Analysis

    4 Market Dynamics

    4.1 Introduction

    4.2 Market Drivers

    4.3 Market Restraints

    4.4 Market Opportunities

    4.5 Market Trends

    5 Global Automotive Seat Market, By Type

    5.1 Introduction

    5.2 Bench

    5.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

    5.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

    5.3 Bucket

    5.3.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

    5.3.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

    5.4 Folding

    5.4.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

    5.4.2 Market Estimates & Forecast

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    Good News from the Industry as it Rallies Against the Spread of Covid-19 [Update: Santa Cruz Bicycles Produces Face Masks]

    Among the constant bad news about the worsening spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, brands and people in the bike industry are trying to make the most of a bad situation. Check out some of the positive news stories to come through our inbox.

    Santa Cruz Bicycles’ R&D Team Uses CNC Machinery to Produce Face Shields for Local Medical Staff

    Although Santa Cruz, California is in a shelter-in-place like most of the world, Santa Cruz Bicycles’ R&D team is at work producing face shields (PPE) for local medical staff using sheets of plastic cut using their CNC machinery typically used for cutting carbon fiber as well as 3D printers used for prototyping.

    The equipment is able to make up to 20 face shield lenses every 9 minutes, yielding ~1000 shields per day. Ten days were spent evaluating designs, developing multiple prototypes and getting feedback from local healthcare professionals to ensure the

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