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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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20th April 2015

Lack of huge public spending will kill off autonomous vehicles

With the UK’s roads being among the worst in Europe, there seems little chance that the driverless car will ever be a mass-market solution despite the technological capabilities that...

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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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