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Exploring revenue streams in a swiftly changing technological automotive landscape. Ginny Weeks reports.
The pressures of traffic congestion, road safety and climate...
Susan Kuchinskas reports from the 2018 Consumer Telematics...
Consumer confusion over autonomous technology could be delaying...
Paul, (Dec 15, 2017)
A cocktail of computing technology is needed to drive an autonomous future, Graham Jarvis discovers
Paul, (Dec 11, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Shell Gas, Ford, Alibaba, Nissan, BlackBerry, Qualcomm, Renault and Airbiquity.
Paul, (Dec 8, 2017)
How will driverless cars communicate with infrastructure, explored by Simmi Sinha.
Paul, (Dec 1, 2017)
Consumer trust must be protected at all costs, Kawasaki’s Simon Greenacre told Asif Naqvi.
Paul, (Nov 22, 2017)
Despite its slow start, consumers will grow to love the connected car Ford’s Abraham Philips and Scott Lyons told Annie Reddaway.
Paul, (Nov 17, 2017)
IoT will unlock great revenue opportunities for carmakers, DS Automobile’s Yves Bonnefont told Paul Myles.
WardsAuto, (Nov 10, 2017)
The refreshed Golf is the latest of VW’s US models to get updated infotainment. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
Paul, (Nov 10, 2017)
With huge amounts of computer code comes security challenges, Nathan Kundtz of Kymeta tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Nov 7, 2017)
Collaboration is the key word for the future of connected car technology, Siegfried Mortkowitz hears on the conference’s opening day.
Paul, (Nov 6, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Tesla, General Motors, Waymo, Chrysler, Honda, Fiat, Didi Chuxing and Continental.
Paul, (Nov 3, 2017)
With the car turning into a consumer device, there are significant savings to be had for the auto industry with the proper use of over-the-air updates, says Gregory Ewert president, connected car and intelligent transport systems at Inmarsat.
Paul, (Oct 27, 2017)
Choosing the balance between on-board and off-board data handling, explored by Simmi Sinha.
Paul, (Oct 20, 2017)
Prioritising data collection from a car’s sensors is the key to managing connectivity capabilities of the future, says Scott Frank vice-president of marketing at Airbiquity.
Paul, (Oct 13, 2017)
Emissions conflicted urban trucking hurdles can be resolved with tech, Ginny Weeks is told.
Paul, (Oct 6, 2017)
Technological gaps in autonomous and connected vehicle development and deployment discussed by SRI International’s Robert Pearlstein. Eric Volkman reports.
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