How Elon Musk Makes And Spends His $20.1 Billion

Elon Musk has a net worth of close to $20 billion. As CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Musk is an influential entrepreneur in the world of tech. Here’s how he makes and spends his fortune.

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Inside The First-Ever Tesla Race Car

Electric Production Car Series is an upcoming racing championship featuring the world’s first Tesla race car. The car used for the series is a Model S P100D that has been optimized for competing. Electric GT, the series’ owner, continues working and planning for the championship’s inaugural season.

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How Sam Adams Helped Start The US’ Craft Beer Craze

Samuel Adams was one of the first craft beer brands in the United States when it was launched in 1984. The number of craft brewers have grown near 500% compared to that 20 years ago. Around 6,266 craft breweries were in operation in 2017.

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Keiser Report: Dead Stocks Walking (E1375)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that most Americans have no idea they actually received a tax cut and that, in fact, most believe they had an increase in their taxes. They also look at the data showing that most corporations did not reinvest their tax cuts into research and development or into capital expenditure, but in stock buybacks. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Rick Ackerman of RickAckerman.com about dead stocks walking, including Netflix, Tesla, Boeing, and more.

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Tesla car blows up in flames in China

Elon Musk’s #Tesla has sent a team to investigate a Chinese viral video, purportedly showing one of its electric cars spontaneously combusting and going up in #flames in an indoor parking lot in #China.

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Elon Musk arrives at federal court in NYC

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk said he has “great respect for the justice system” before heading into a federal court hearing in Manhattan Thursday. (April 4)

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Why China Could Make Or Break Tesla

In January, Tesla started building a Gigafactory in China, the company’s first outside of the United States. Elon Musk says that Model 3s will be coming out of China by the end of 2019, but Tesla is known for setting unrealistic goals. The Chinese government provides subsidies for manufacturers who build electric cars, so Tesla will be entering a competitive space. In the video above, Business Insider’s senior finance correspondent, Linette Lopez, breaks down what Tesla could lose or gain in China. 

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After hype, self-driving cars enter era of disillusionment

At the Geneva Motor Show, the electric car is everywhere, autonomous vehicle almost nowhere. Since last year’s Tesla and Uber vehicle accidents in the United States, enthusiasm seems to have waned a little, even though companies continue to invest huge sums in research.

How Old Tires Are Retreaded So They Can Be Used Again

The disposal of tires represent a significant burden on the environment. Tires can’t go to landfills; they take up too much space and are not biodegradable. Companies like Marangoni, therefore, developed methods to recycle and reuse old tires. Watch how retreading machines make old tires usable again.

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How Moving Dummies Help Test Car Safety Systems

AB Dynamics employs many tools to test advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) according to rigorous standards by automotive safety agencies like Euro NCAP and NHTSA. One such tool is the Soft Pedestrian Target, or SPT, that simulates a pedestrian in a real-world environment.

Following is a transcript of the video:

Narrator: These biking, strolling, rolling dummies take the hits so you don’t have to. They exist to make sure the pedestrian avoidance systems in today’s modern cars work. That is, when a kid runs out into the street from behind a car or a cyclist pedals into a blind spot unseen, the car takes notice and intervenes, braking or evading suddenly, likely saving the life of the pedestrian you failed to notice. You can trust your car will do the right thing when the moment comes because, before you took the wheel, it may have already avoided hundreds of kids and dozens of cyclists – those human-like dummies clad in blue pants indifferent to the cars barrelling in their direction.

How dummy pedestrians help test car safety systems.

Narrator: Advanced driver assistance systems. ADAS. They’re the technology that enables your car to brake, change lanes, or swerve around obstacles for you in emergency situations, and they’re made by different companies and operate to different results. That’s why organizations like the European New Car Assessment Programme and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the United States impose rules that all manufacturers have to stick to on their ADAS tests. The rules demand a very specific speed, impact location, and lighting condition among other specifications. That’s where the Soft Pedestrian Target, or SPT, comes in. The pedestrian target sits on a robust pad or platform. The pad carries a control system that, among other things, synchronizes the pedestrian with the test vehicle, meaning that, in 100 tests, the pedestrian would arrive at the same place in front of the car at the right time at the right speed at the right angle, every single time. When the vehicle is at the correct distance from the impact point, the Soft Pedestrian Target system initiates the movement of the platform. The pedestrian target enables manufacturers to reliably comply with highly specific testing protocols repeatedly. 

This is James Buck. He’s a senior project engineer at AB Dynamics. He walked us through a test scenario using the SPT system.

James Buck: The test being shown here is as described in the 2018 Euro NCAP Vulnerable Road User test protocol whereby the subject vehicle is driving and a child suddenly runs out from behind two parked cars. This test determines whether the vehicle’s ADAS system reacts quickly enough to avoid hitting the child.

Narrator: For this scenario, the Soft Pedestrian Target is set to run perpendicular to the subject vehicle.

Buck: Since the Euro NCAP protocol requires the subject vehicle to be driven in a very specific manner, you need a driving robot to ensure that the path following and the speed of the vehicle remains in tolerance. The driver in the subject vehicle has now activated the robots, and the vehicle is following the specified path and speed profile. When the vehicle is at the correct distance from the impact point, the Soft Pedestrian Target system initiates the movement of the platform. This automatic triggering guarantees that the impact point is as described in the protocol, that is unless the vehicle breaks automatically to avoid the dummy. In this example, we have disabled the ADAS systems in the vehicle such that the vehicle will strike the target.

Narrator: The contribution these dummies make to keeping our pedestrians safe is clear.

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