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Connected cars are just the beginning of an exciting journey for OEMs, General Motor’s Kurt Hoppe told Louis Bedigian.
Also in the news this week are Avis, Google Home, Qualcomm,...
Smart cities in Latin America investigated by Carolina Marcondes.
Latest auto telematics developments in India explored by Simmi...
Paul, (Mar 31, 2017)
Carmakers and mobile network operators need to work together, Globetouch senior vice-president Nitin Karmarkar tells Paul Myles.
Paul, (Mar 20, 2017)
Also in the news this week are NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Donald Trump, Tesla, General Motors, Alibaba, Uber, Google Maps, Waze and Spotify.
Paul, (Mar 17, 2017)
Making connectivity pay for providers, explored by Morag Cuddeford-Jones.
Emilie, (Mar 6, 2017)
Also in the news this week are AT&T, Peugeot, Daimler, BMW, Ford, Samsung, Tesla, Honda, Bright Box, Cisco, Vodafone, General Motors, Telefonica Mexico, Mercedes-Benz, Qualcomm, TomTom, Huawei, Vodafone, Audi, SAP, Nokia, Hertz, Mojio, Concur Technologies, ChargePoint and VOXXHirschmann Corp.
Paul, (Mar 3, 2017)
The connected fleet scene in Asia, explored by Shamik Ghosh.
WardsAuto, (Feb 24, 2017)
In the UK, a pothole damage claim is received by local authorities every 17 minutes – with claims averaging £432, the automaker says. Alan Harman reports.
Paul, (Feb 24, 2017)
Formula One technology has never been more relevant to the ordinary auto consumer than that used within the connected car, says Angus Lyon, formerly consultant with Manor Racing.
Paul, (Feb 20, 2017)
Also in this week’s news are Jaguar, Shell, Apple Pay, General Motors, Lyft, Harman, NISSAN Europe, Tata Motors and Microsoft.
WardsAuto, (Feb 3, 2017)
Voice recognition is simplified and faster, while the display audio system has smartphone-like functionality. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
Paul, (Feb 3, 2017)
Car connectivity suites will become brand marketing tools as features increasingly become bespoke to the individual consumer, says Roger Giralt, head of connected car at SEAT.
Paul, (Jan 30, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Delphi Automotive, Verizon Telematics, Nissan, BMW, KPMG and LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
Paul, (Jan 27, 2017)
The connected car will not just have an impact on people but also on society as a whole, says Michael Blanc, senior director of connected car Cisco Jasper.
Paul, (Jan 20, 2017)
The connected car technology must become more standardised to meet the robust requirements of the auto industry, says Devere Resnic, senior marketing manager with Harman.
Paul, (Jan 16, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Volkswagen, Moia, Audi, Honda, Ford, Toyota, Continental and Nissan.
Paul, (Jan 5, 2017)
Autonomy is a given, so what's next? Susan Kuchinskas reports from TU-Automotive’s Consumer Telematics Show 2017.
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