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31st August 2015

Weekly Brief: Drivers don’t use in-vehicle tech in their cars

In this week’s Brief: J.D. Power, Verizon Telematics, Android Auto, Wired Magazine, Uber, Carnegie Mellon University, Tesla, Harris Poll, eCall, Garmin, Royal Truck and Equipment and Micro Systems.  ...

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6th August 2015

How can we ‘disclose’ a potentially fatal hack?

It is 2015 and we have now had the first recall based solely on a synthesised cyber-attack on an automotive platform. The good news is that the only affected...

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25th May 2015

Weekly Brief: Takata airbag recall highlights opportunity for connected car

In this week’s Brief: Takata, BMW, Honda, Toyota, Ford, NHTSA, Continental, Elektrobit, Qualcomm, Daimler, Renault, Apple, TomTom, Coherent Navigation, Google Maps, Waze, HERE Maps, Honda, the Ohio State University,...

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26th February 2015

Weekly Brief: New test procedures and facilities for V2V and V2X on the way

In this week’s Brief: U.S. Department of Transportation, Danlaw, 7Layers, OCS,  Volvo, the Swedish Transport Administration, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Boston, Waze, Google, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,...

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Talking About a Revolution: Connecting the Dots to Autonomy
7th January 2015

Talking About a Revolution: Connecting the Dots to Autonomy

Auto industry insiders acknowledge a revolution has begun and they must deliver on the promise of the connected car right now or risk losing market- and mind-share to competitors...

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30th December 2014

Will Autonomy Reduce Car Sales?

If you could click a few buttons on an app and order a car to take you to your destination while you worked or napped in the back seat,...

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23rd November 2014

Weekly Brief: Apps, Android Auto are talk of town at LA Auto Show

Online travel company Priceline.com’s fourth-quarter profit more than doubled as the company earned $78.5 million, up from a profit of $34.1 million in the same period a year earlier.

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