Connectivity

7th April 2022

Volvo Rolls Out OTA to all New 2023 Cars

All new 2023 specification Volvo cars are now available with over-the-air (OTA) software update capabilities. The technology now comes to the latest XC90, S60 and V60 models, and follows...

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6th April 2022

5G Should Accelerate Autonomous Communication

The emergence of 5G is expected to bring forth the exploration of new horizons to connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), as well as to vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication. Erik Varney,...

By Graham Jarvis

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6th April 2022

Stellantis Uses Jeep in US 5G Connected Car Trials

Stellantis has taken part in real-world testing of 5G’s potential for connected car communication in the US. It joined the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) live trial of 5G cellular...

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4th March 2022

Making Sense of the Automotive OTA Business Model

With Apple’s software-based services offering up 70% of its profit margins, the question is whether this over-the-air (OTA) business model will ever work in cars. In comparison car manufacturers...

By Graham Jarvis

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21st February 2022

Industry Voices: Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and Connected Vehicles

Opinion piece by Maxim Ragotner, Key Account Executive, EPAM Systems. From electric vehicles to self-driving cars, the automotive industry is undergoing a significant transformation driven by the Internet of...

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18th February 2022

Russia Ramps Up Connected Car Mobility by 2030

The transportation strategy 2030 issued by the Russian government last November is the second of the four pillars of the country’s decade-long plan in new mobility. Other three are...

By Roma Nazarov

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18th January 2022

Personalizing the Software defined Vehicle

The software-defined vehicle has arrived. Now automakers and Tier 1 suppliers are weighing whether personalization and customization for consumers will turn out to be the industry’s Holy Grail. Technological...

By Robert Gray

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30th December 2021

Carmakers Need a Global Approach to Derive Value from Data

The automotive industry is increasingly becoming an information industry. Vehicle manufacturers need to be able to derive and use data to improve their business operations and enhance customer experience....

By Graham Jarvis

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3rd December 2021

Identifying Cybersecurity Focus Areas in Connected Cars

Trend Micro will host a Dec. 9 webinar to discuss United Nations Regulation No. 155, which provides 69 attack vectors that manufacturers are required to secure.

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18th November 2021

Smart Dashboards to Make Fleet Driving Safer

A new tool has been developed called RoadSafe designed to alert fleet drivers to high-risk highways. The tool, created by a UK government-backed consortium that’s co-funded by Innovate UK,...

By Graham Jarvis

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10th November 2021

Industry Voices: 5G, Storage and the Era of Connected Cars

Opinion piece by Russ Ruben, Global Automotive Segment Marketing Director, Western Digital We tend to understand 5G’s next generation connectivity as it relates to our phones and tablets and...

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15th October 2021

Russia Ramps up Biometrics in Transportation

By the decade’s end, 80% of Russian travelers will have to use biometry in public transport. That’s according to the draft national transportation strategy 2030, currently in development at...

By Roma Nazarov

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