Connectivity

8th June 2021

Software Defined Vehicles will Give Us the Brainiac Car

It wasn’t that long ago in our history when automobiles ran purely on their mechanical components. With the introduction, several decades ago, of basic computers to control fuel flow,...

By Eric Volkman

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3rd June 2021

Solution Brief: Design and Test Solutions for Electro Mobility Applications

Explore the electro mobility landscape and learn about automotive power conversion, cell and battery performance, charging technologies and more.

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3rd June 2021

Application Note: Verification of Interoperability of all EV and EVSE Charging Interfaces

Learn how to test worldwide electric vehicle (EV) charging standards more efficiently and speed the development cycle.

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28th May 2021

Consumers Demand more In-Car Payment Access, claims Provider

Consumers are demanding more access to in-car payments according to pay-as-you-park provider, Parkopedia. The company claims it is extending its customer’s in-car payment services in response to this perceived...

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21st May 2021

Automakers Must Grab the Lead in V2X Data Battle

Carmakers will lose the battle for control of data from the connected car unless they take the lead in setting industry standards. That’s the view of Dr Engelbert Wimmer,...

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4th May 2021

What Could Kill Your Connected Vehicle Application and How to Avoid it!

Aeris has more than a decade of experience serving millions of cars and trucks over 2G, 3G and 4G networks around the world. We’ve seen the many ways connected...

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29th April 2021

UK Drivers Don’t Want Data Logging Cars, Study Claims

Around three-quarters of UK motorists don’t want data logging technology in their vehicles even if it can save them money. Research by used vehicle consumer website, Parkers.co.uk, claims to...

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28th April 2021

Service Orientated Architectures Pitch for OTA Security

The security risks of centralized automotive architectures and over-the-air updates are clear. Meanwhile, vehicle functions are increasingly defined by software, making them more hackable. The evolution of automotive electrical...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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28th April 2021

Japanese Automakers Take on Telcos in V2V Comms Battle

A group of Japanese automotive giants are taking up the digital cudgels in a bid to grab the initiative in the battle with telecoms companies for dominance in the...

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23rd April 2021

JLR Forced to Stop Production Lacking Semi-Conductors

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is being forced to shut two of its main vehicle production plants owing to the global drought of semi-conductors. While the shortage has hit all...

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6th April 2021

Faster Wifi Dependent on Faster Connectivity

Next generation wifi technology could save manufacturers millions in over the air (OTA) updates carrying costs while offering a more seamless experience for passengers. LG Innotek has recently launched...

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31st March 2021

Semi-Conductor Drought Threatens Connected Car Tech

Connected cars are among the hardest hit in the automotive industry by the global drought of semi-conductors resulting from economic demand and supply uncertainty during the pandemic. The dwindling...

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