Some of the key players in Drive-By-Wire
market include Delphi Automotive PLC, Mobil Elektronik GmbH, Continental Group, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Infineon Group, Robert Bosch GmbH, SKF Group, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd., Denso Corporation, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, CTS Corporation, Jaguar Land-Rover Automotive PLC, Nissan Motor Co., Orscheln Products LLC.
* PerfectPass may not offer drive-by-wire
compatible GPS systems to boat manufacturers starting in model year 2009.
The winning team of faculty and students from Stanford's School of Engineering in Palo Alto, Calif., modified a stock, diesel-powered Volkswagen Touareg sport utility vehicle with full-body skid plates, a reinforced front bumper, and a drive-by-wire
At the Tokyo Motor Show this year, many car makers will twin futuristic technologies like advanced fuel cells and drive-by-wire
with head-turning designs and quirky concepts to upstage rivals at one of the world's five biggest auto shows, opening from October 22 to November 6.
Stanford adds that all of "Stanley's" movements were accomplished via a drive-by-wire
system developed by Volkswagen of America's Electronic Research Lab, Sunnyvale, Calif.
The latest version of the S2000 roadster featuring drive-by-wire
technology for better throttle control and engine management will also be unveiled at the show on September 12.
This is vital because in the future, it will allow video to be distributed around the car, and also make drive-by-wire
This month in Design History: 1880--Carlo Collodi (Lorenzini) begins the first chapter of a fictional tale that presages drive-by-wire
The trucks also feature a drive-by-wire
throttle control that helps to improve fuel efficiency and emissions levels while providing responsive acceleration.
Chrysler said the vehicle's other features include "drive-by-wire
" controls, a "2 + 1" seating configuration, "which can be changed to accommodate a "2 + gear scenario," and a new design that incorporates a "lower-front bumper with rugged, oversized tow hooks, slightly exposed front suspension componentry and bolt-on fenders."
Then, 42-V systems would facilitate wider introduction of "drive-by-wire
" systems, wherein computer-managed electric actuators control braking, steering, transmission and even suspensions.
It is based on an all-new platform designed to utilise drive-by-wire
technology and a zero-emission fuel cell, along with an electric drive powertrain that gives it full-time four-wheel drive.