Connected Vehicles

2nd December 2020

Amazon Dives into Vehicle Data with BlackBerry

Digital retail giant Amazon is eyeing up the automotive data market by teaming up with BlackBerry in a bid to develop an ‘intelligent’ vehicle data platform. The security software...

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1st December 2020

Machine Learning Models for Smart Cities

Smart city development will require the collection of large amounts of data and the ability to process, reason and make decisions about that data. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine...

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26th November 2020

Korean Auto Insurers Grasp the Autonomous Nettle

South Korean insurance companies are to start to sell autonomous vehicle insurance. Korea Bizwire said in September 2020 that South Korea’s regulator: “The Financial Supervisory Service announced that the...

By Graham Jarvis

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24th November 2020

Automotive 2020: An Industry in Transformation

Download this 32-page eBook from Stephen Bell, Principal Analyst, ITAG and Paul Myles, Editor, TU-Automotive and read these four chapters plus more: Automotive 2020: An Industry in Transformation Pandemic...

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19th November 2020

GM Enters US Auto Insurance Ring with OnStar

General Motors is expanding its OnStar connectivity service to include auto insurance for its customers. GM’s new insurance agency, OnStar Insurance Services, will be the exclusive agent for OnStar...

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16th November 2020

Pininfarina Battista Claims Worldwide Connectivity

Automobili Pininfarina’s Battista is claiming is claiming to be the world’s first BEV hypercar with worldwide connectivity. The luxury automaker has teamed up with Deutsche Telekom to offer Battista...

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10th November 2020

Hyundai Plumps for Nvidia Infotainment

Hyundai Motor Group will roll-out Nvidia infotainment systems to all of its brand models from 2022. It has announced all new models badged Hyundai, Kia and Genesis will host...

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6th November 2020

Data Changing the Automakers’ Game

Big data generated by connected vehicles offer big opportunities. However, industry executives say there is still much work to be done before the 1’s and 0’s are transformed into...

By Robert Gray

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3rd November 2020

Barriers Facing the Builders of the Smart City

A series of challenges remain for the key technologies to an autonomous future, among them fast moving technological developments and lack of consumer understanding. Architecturally speaking, there should be...

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27th October 2020

Global Travel: Protecting You, Your Family, and Employees

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14th October 2020

Protecting Connected Cars’ Over-the-Air Software Updates

Over-the-air updates of software in cars will be necessary to keep the vehicle software up-to-date and to rapidly identify and address vulnerabilities, writes John Tuttle. However, unfortunately OTA updates...

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13th October 2020

Cabin Monitoring Will Define Cockpit of the Future, Improve Your Mood

In the cockpit of the future, you won’t be able to buy happiness, but you will be able to pay for a better mood, writes Drew Winter. “Vehicle cabin...

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