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Paul, (Oct 20, 2016)
Slick and quick but will the Audi Technology Pack get consumers excited about connectivity, asks Paul Myles?
Paul, (Oct 14, 2016)
The Smart City’s leading role in spreading telematics through the LATAM region investigated by Heloiza Canassa. [Tele.Canassa.2016.07.04]
Paul, (Oct 10, 2016)
Volvo has followed Mercedes-Benz’s lead and brought vehicle-to-vehicle communication to the brink of mainstream deployment. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Oct 7, 2016)
Software disconnect between carmakers and dealers could lead to hacking disaster, reports Susan Kuchinskas. [Tele.Kuchinskas.2016.06.20]
Paul, (Oct 3, 2016)
Big 3 Bavarian manufacturers believe that 5G will be key for connected infotainment and mapping for self-driving cars. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Sep 30, 2016)
Finding ways to cover the costs of Big Data explored by Graham Jarvis. [Tele.Jarvis.2016.07.12]
Paul, (Sep 23, 2016)
Finding ever more space in cars for antennas to meet the needs of 5G and beyond pose a big challenge for carmakers, says Guido Dornbusch, vice-president of product management, Laird.
Paul, (Sep 15, 2016)
Christie Schweinsberg reports
Paul, (Sep 9, 2016)
Cars will need unique ID codes to make a V2V system work properly, says David Miller, chief security officer, Covisint.
Paul, (Sep 1, 2016)
Telematics in Brazil is on a slow growth path without government help, discovers Juliana Rocha. [Tele.Rocha.16.05.2016]
Paul, (Aug 26, 2016)
When will accuracy catch up to in-car data? Asks Louis Bedigian. [Tele.Bedigian.2016.07.05]
Carmakers have to prove cyber-security robustness before legislators insist on it, says Peter Samson, senior vice-president, Security Innovation.
Paul, (Aug 12, 2016)
Don’t look too far up the autonomous road because connected car opportunities are nearly here, Airbiquity’s Scott Frank told Paul Myles. [Tele.Myles.2016.08.08]
Paul, (Aug 5, 2016)
Building robust telematics technology to cope with automotive demands is vital, Vodafone’s Erik Brenneis told Paul Myles. [Tele. Myles.2016.07.13]
Commercial opportunities lay in allowing vehicles to ‘evolve’ during their lifetime, says Chris Heiser, CEO, Renovo Motors.
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