Connected Vehicles

25th June 2019

Faster Forward: Telechips Automotive Semiconductors

Sponsored Content After 20 years in Asia, Telechips, a semiconductor company is expanding into the U.S. automotive market..

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25th June 2019

Risks Remain to Connected Car Revenue Streams

Connected vehicles are fast becoming in-car companions with everything people expect to enjoy on their smartphones, tablet PCs, smart TVs and on their PCs being made available in their...

By Graham Jarvis

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24th June 2019

FCA Launches In-Car US Shopping

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has launched its version of in-car shopping that allows ordering of products and services on-the-go. The automaker’s Uconnect Market platform is similar to General Motors’ Marketplace...

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21st June 2019

Lada Bales on Plan to Boost UBI in Russia

Bad work attracts bad clients. Years of expensive, albeit inconvenient, service had taught Russian car owners to shun many offerings from insurance companies and buy nothing but mandatory liability...

By Roma Nazarov

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18th June 2019

Design and Testing Keys to Solving Auto Tech Distraction, Says TRL

All in-cabin automotive technology has the capability to dangerously distract the modern motorist. This is the clear finding of the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) whose research into the...

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17th June 2019

Faster Forward: Google Powers Volvo Digital Experience

Automakers need to strike a balance between branded in-vehicle experiences and integrating with standard platforms like Google Android but, like mobile devices, the future of cars may shift towards...

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14th June 2019

Voice Assistants Worse Than Drink-Driving, Study Suggests

Using in-car voice activated assistants has been questioned with latest safety research showing hands-free phone operation is as dangerous as driving above legal alcohol limits. A study by the...

13th June 2019

Faster Forward: Will Cars Run on Android?

As automakers adopt technologies including facial recognition, voice activation and artificial intelligence, will they all turn to Google Android? Yes probably, according to David Holecek, director of digital experience...

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12th June 2019

Hyundai Plans AI Cabin Injury Monitoring

Hyundai is planning to use AI as a means to instantly assess personal injuries in vehicle to alert the appropriate emergency services. The system it is developing in partnership...

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7th June 2019

TU-Automotive Detroit 2019 Day 2: Changes are coming to a car near you – both predictably and in ways you’ll never expect

They say change is the only constant, and that might actually be true for the automotive industry. Between the mishmash of mobility services, new ways to purchase or rent...

Louis Bedigian

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6th June 2019

TU-Automotive Detroit 2019 Day 1: Safety takes center stage as the industry grapples with security, autonomy and more

Safety is a critical part of mobility, and yet everyone knows their next car ride could be their last. It’s become the norm; not just in one city or...

Louis Bedigian

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5th June 2019

TU-Automotive Awards 2019: Honoring innovation, incredible success and unparalleled achievements

The hottest awards show of the year commenced on the evening of June 4, 2019. Bringing together the best, most innovative and most accomplished OEMs, Tier 1s, startups and...

Louis Bedigian

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