From July 2019, airbag, speed alert, parking sensor to be compulsory in cars

Car which will be manufactured in India after July 1, 2019 will need to have dual airbags, speed alerts over 80kmph, seat-belt reminders and manual override over the central locking system for emergency situations. The Union road and transport ministry …

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Smart maps to precede smart cars

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Published: 01 November 2016 The ‘autonomous cars’ has now become a part of common parlance in Silicon Valley. Every now and then we hear about some company making announcements about its plan to go for driverless cars.   But for …

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Coal India set to spend Rs 200 crore on upgrading its existing GPS tracking system

A truck loads piles of coal at a coal mining site in Berau, Indonesia's East Kalimantan province September 26, 2011. The Indonesian energy and minerals ministry has been drafting a rule that by 2014 would require miners to carry out minimum processing on minerals before exporting. Any regulation that is part of a mining and coal law introduced in 2009 requires miners to process coal and minerals into higher-value products before exporting them, as Southeast Asia 's largest economy seeks to boost revenue from the mining sector. Picture taken September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)

On a technical overhaul drive, domestic coal giant CIL will spend Rs 200 crore initially on various areas including electronic fencing of mines on the lines of practices in advanced nations like US and Australia. The technical upgrade includes fitting all …

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Bangalore Metropolitan transport Corporation set to install ITS this year


After years of speculation, the Bangalore Metropolitan transport Corporation (BMTC) has finally embarked on making some visible changes on the ground by implementing the intelligent transport system (ITS). This will make BMTC the country’s first state-run road transport corporation to …

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