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Apple CarPlay is Business Insider's 2018 Infotainment System of the Year (AAPL)

apple carplay is business insider's 2018 infotainment system of the year (aapl)
· Apple CarPlay is the winner of Business Insider's 2018 Infotainment System of the Year. · Apple CarPlay beat out four other systems, from Audi, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, General Motors, and..
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Singapore Airlines explains how iPads are ‘the ultimate cockpit companion’ for pilots

Singapore Airlines, which first introduced iPads to the airline cockpit back in 2015, has explained the difference they have made – and its plans for the future. The airline also noted a simple..
Credit: 9to5Mac - Published

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BMW Group uses virtual reality to design future production workstations [Video]BMW Group uses virtual reality to design future production workstations  01:27

Virtual reality is increasingly finding use in BMW Group production. A few months before production of the new BMW 3 Series ramped up in Munich, BMW Group planners have completely laid out individual..

Credit: AutoMotions - Published

Peugeot Rifter - The ideal way to escape from the city in search of adventure [Video]Peugeot Rifter - The ideal way to escape from the city in search of adventure  02:01

Fully anchored in the distinct, premium style of the brand's latest creations, the new Peugeot Rifter adopts a resolutely innovative silhouette, solidly built for everyday adventures. The Peugeot..

Credit: AutoMotions - Published

Sonka soars to Air Race title with dramatic win on final day of season [Video]Sonka soars to Air Race title with dramatic win on final day of season  02:29

Czech Republic's Martin Sonka wins the 2018 Red Bull Air Race World Championship with dramatic victory at final event of season

Credit: Reuters - Sports - Published

Houthi rebels attacking Saudi Arabia, Germanwings audio | FirstFT [Video]Houthi rebels attacking Saudi Arabia, Germanwings audio | FirstFT  01:06

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Veronica Kan-Dapaah provides Wednesday’s top stories, with Houthi rebels firing rockets into Saudi Arabia, a pilot..

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Lewis Hamilton's Engine Almost Failed In Brazil [Video]Lewis Hamilton's Engine Almost Failed In Brazil  00:40

The Mercedes Formula 1 team was convinced Lewis Hamilton's engine was on the brink of failing just before half-distance in the Brazilian Grand Prix. Quick work by engineers and adjustments in the..

Credit: Wochit - Published

smart forease Design @ Mercedes-Benz Lifestyle Special Digital Nomads - Lisbon 2018 [Video]smart forease Design @ Mercedes-Benz Lifestyle Special Digital Nomads - Lisbon 2018  02:08

The designers bring the smart brand aesthetic to life with the smart forease, creating a light-heartedness that results from the unconventional approach typical of smart (ease by being unconventional):..

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Search for Lion Air crash victims ends

Indonesian authorities say they have stopped the search for victims of a plane crash that killed all 189 people on board, but would keep looking for the Lion Air flight's second black box, the cockpit..
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane TimesSBS

'The view is unbeatable': Inside the cockpit of an RAAF Roulette

Pulling six Gs while travelling at 600 kilometres an hour in a plane surrounded by five others less than three metres apart - that's just a regular weekend.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Flight data recorder from US joy flight found

In the recordings from the plane's cockpit, Richard Russell can be heard cracking jokes, complimenting an air traffic controller and apologising for making a fuss.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Pilots affected by cockpit air quality

A new study has found that pilots find it more difficult to carry out tricky manoeuvres as carbon dioxide levels rise in the cockpit.
Credit: SBS - Published

For a small but growing cohort of female pilots, the sky's the limit

With the proportion of female commercial airline pilots sitting at just 3 per cent, Australia’s major airlines are pushing to get more women into the cockpit.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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