Random Musings Computing Power

Back in 1969, NASA’s Apollo 11 spacecraft navigated a distance of more than 380,000 km to travel from Earth to the Moon and it did that with less computing power than you’d find in a modern ...

At the SIAM Annual Convention last month, the Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Nitin Gadkari was at his theatrical best. In his uniquely charismatic style, he delivered a fiery speech ...

The good thing about the Indian two-wheeler market is that it’s really opened up in a big way over the last few years, and motorcycles that we could once only dream about are now freely available ...

Diesel seems to having a bit of a moment right now. And that’s not in a good sense. This wonder-fuel that Indian car buyers loved so much until just two years ago, is now under fire worldwide for ...

A decade ago, who would have ever thought that a cab services provider would disrupt the might of the global automotive industry, and force car manufacturers to rethink their entire business models ...

Last month, Auto Tech Review hosted Transmission.tech 2017, the first edition of our annual conferences on automotive transmission technologies. With participation from key stakeholders, senior ...

This month, I had an opportunity to drive a rather interesting vehicle – the Eicher Polaris Multix, a tiny utility vehicle that has a fully enclosed cabin that can seat up to five persons, and an ...

Connectivity is the big thing with cars these days. Back in the day, it used to be about styling and horsepower. Lots of horsepower. But now, it seems that ‘connectivity’ is what car buyers care ...

Self-driving cars seem to be everywhere these days. Not literally, of course, but at least in terms of media coverage and mindshare. Google and Uber are fighting over ownership of autonomous driving ...

My first opinion piece for ATR, and I can barely make up my mind about what to write. The mind says talk about upcoming BS VI emissions norms, the heart says write about AWD/4WD. So the latter it is, ...