Connectivity

22nd July 2020

How are Radio Broadcasters Embracing New Connected Technologies to Remain Relevant 

Register for this webinar to learn more about: As in-car media systems advance what is the outlook for radio? Will there still be a place for it in the...

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21st July 2020

Nokia’s First Commercial 5G ‘Accelerates Autonomous’

Nokia’s first commercial 5G SA industrial-grade private wireless network is being seen as opening the door to autonomous industry vehicles. The telecoms giant has announced that Sandvik Mining and...

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8th July 2020

First V2Pedestrian Alert App Claimed

An app developer is claiming to have developed the first vehicle-to-pedestrian smartphone alert in a bid to cut 65% of the world’s collision fatalities. A start-up from Berkeley, California,...

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7th July 2020

Software Standards for the Connected Car

By having cross-industry collaborations it becomes possible to define common software development standards. That’s the opinion of Adi Singh, product manager for the robotics and automotive verticals at Canonical....

By Graham Jarvis

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3rd July 2020

The Data Battleground

There is a deluge of data being generated by the modern connected car. So, carmakers are relying on technologies such as cloud platforms, telecom infrastructure, high-performance computing, software platforms...

By Olena Kagui

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29th June 2020

Hyundai Claims V2X Comms Breakthrough

Hyundai Mobis is claiming a breakthrough in its V2X technology saying its latest hardware can handle large volumes of data in real time. It says its Integrated Communication Controller...

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24th June 2020

BMW First Automaker to Use Apple as Car Key

BMW has reinforced its partnership with digital giant Apple to be the first automaker to offer vehicle owners to use their iPhone as a fully digital car key. The...

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17th June 2020

Connected Cars Facing a Data Log-Jam

Vehicles are becoming increasingly connected and different stakeholders are looking to benefit from the information that this data provides. One of the key challenges is the ensuring that the...

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3rd June 2020

Bosch Launches eCall for Bikers

Bosch claims to have developed a emergency alert system for motorcyclists that mimics the eCall service installed in all new European cars. The automotive supplies giant points out that...

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28th May 2020

How Vehicles Will Have to be Technology Future-Proof

The connected, 5G future has many promises that come with big demands.  As the next generation in mobile connectivity it offers the capability to process terabytes of data per...

By Graham Jarvis

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22nd May 2020

Building Connected Ecosystems for Branded Revenue Streams

The automotive industry continues its slow trudge towards autonomous technology. Yet, this is the time carmakers are busy considering how best to create and nurture innovative content ecosystems that...

By Andrew Williams

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4th May 2020

Weekly Brief: Car Production Restarts But Some Projects Won’t Come Back

Add the connected car service, Automatic, to the growing list of Coronavirus casualties in the auto industry. SiriusXM announced last week that it will cancel its service, which made...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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