Denso Showcases Hud For Light Cars

Denso Showcases HUD for Light Cars

Denso Corp developed a head-up display (HUD) that shows information necessary for driving a car through the windshield of a light car.

The HUD was employed as an option for Suzuki Motor Corp's new "Spacia" released Dec 14, 2017.

Mazda, Denso, And Toyota Sign Joint Technology Development Contract For Electric Vehicles

Mazda, Denso, and Toyota Sign Joint Technology Development Contract for Electric VehiclesMazda Motor Corporation (Mazda), Denso Corporation (Denso), an/d Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) signed a contract today to jointly develop basic structural technologies for electric vehicles. Furthermore, the three companies have also decided to establish a new company consisting of selected engineers from the three companies to ensure the efficient implementation of the joint technological development projects.

Denso Using Starch-determined Bio-plastics In Its Products

DENSO Using Starch-inferred bio-Plastics in Its ProductsDENSO today declared that it is utilizing bio-polycarbonate (PC) produced using starch and urethane gum extricated from castor oil in some of its items. Starch-determined bio-PCs have higher surface hardness, better optical attributes, and predominant hydrolytic steadiness than ordinary petroleum-inferred PCs. Besides, they refract less light, display better shading shaping properties, and hence don't should be painted before being utilized. DENSO's starch-determined bio-PC, which gives high hardness, yet can be molded into complex plans, is being utilized to make plastic bezels for Toyota's real auto route frameworks. DENSO has been leading innovative work on plant-determined plastic materials, which depend on plant sub-atomic structures, with a specific end goal to lessen impacts on the environment.

Castor oil, a vegetable oil extricated from castor beans, is utilized as a material in paints, waxes, and different items. DENSO has built up a very warmth safe urethane sap in view of the atomic structure of castor oil and utilized it as a defender for connectors in car fumes gas sensors. In 2009, DENSO and DuPont mutually created and marketed a radiator tank produced using a material extricated from castor oil and have been expanding the quantity of vehicle models that utilization the item. In 2016, DENSO set up DENSO ECO VISION 2025, an activity plan to help assemble an economical group and society toward 2050.

Denso And Toshiba To Develop Artificial Intelligence Technology Dnn-ip

DENSO and Toshiba to Develop Artificial Intelligence Technology DNN-IPDENSO and Toshiba have reached a basic agreement to jointly develop an artificial intelligence technology called Deep Neural Network-Intellectual Property (DNN-IP), which will be used in image recognition systems which have been independently developed by the two companies to help achieve advanced driver assistance and automated driving technologies.

Denso To Use Air Conditioner To Keep Driver Awake

Denso to Use Air Conditioner to Keep Driver AwakeDenso Corp explained its development strategy in the field of advanced driving assistance Aug 10, 2016, in Tokyo.
Denso disclosed that it is currently developing a technology to keep the driver awake by combining a facial image recognition technology and an air-conditioning system as one of the methods to avoid risk at the time of driving a car.

Denso's New Product Keeps Sake Fresh

Denso's New Product Keeps Sake FreshDenso Corp released the "Sake Saver," an electric-powered device that automatically removes air from an opened sake (Japanese alcoholic beverage) bottle to create a vacuum and prevent oxidation.
The company released a "wine saver" for wine bottles in 2014. This time, it commercialized a product designed for 720ml sake bottles. The technology to create a vacuum inside a bottle was developed based on technologies for car air conditioners and compact automotive pumps, it said.

Toshiba Image Recognition Processor In Denso Safety System

Toshiba Image Recognition Processor in Denso Safety SystemToshiba today announced that Denso is deploying Toshiba’s TMPV7506XBG image recognition processor in its latest front-camera-based active safety system. Vehicles equipped with DENSO’s camera system will reach the market in fall of 2015. The TMPV7506XBG image recognition processor IC supports multiple camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) functions, including lane detection, vehicle detection, pedestrian detection and traffic sign recognition. It concurrently executes multiple applications with low power consumption.

Denso Doesn’t See Self-driving Cars Until 2030

Denso Doesn’t See Self-Driving Cars Until 2030Toyota’s largest supplier isn’t as optimistic about self-driving cars as other companies.
Denso Corp. president Koji Arima believes that fully autonomous vehicles won’t be established until at least 2030. Denso is the top supplier for Toyota and has recently taken an interest in developing semi-autonomous technologies by supplying the Japanese automaker with radar and image sensors.

Denso Claims 2nd Straight Ekiden Crown

Denso claims 2nd straight ekiden crownYuka Takashima gave Denso the lead for good with a record-setting run in the third leg, and the defending champs made it back-to-back titles at the All-Japan women’s corporate ekiden here Saturday.