Connectivity

8th March 2018

Renault Debuts Autonomous EZ-GO Concept Vehicle

Aimed at city dwellers seeking on-demand ride-sharing services, Renault's so-called 'robo-vehicle' features Level 4 autonomous driving capability.

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28th February 2018

UST Global, Net4Things Partner on Connected Car Deployment

As the connected car grows worldwide, IoT companies, smart car platform providers and hardware specialist are partnering up. This includes a new deal between UST Global and Net4Things.

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26th February 2018

Qualcomm Is Rallying Vendors to 5G Car-to-Car Networks

Qualcomm is looking to position its 9150 C-V2V chipset as a must-have for vehicle-to-vehicle communications. It's set to debut at Mobile World Congress this week.

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9th February 2018

Huawei, Telefonica Complete First V2X Tests

Huawei and Telefonica have completed the first proof-of-concept testbed connecting assisted driving vehicles to a 5G-based, vehicle-to-infrastructure network.

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24th January 2018

Hyundai & Cisco Will Deliver Over-the-Air Updates in 2019

Established in 2016, the Hyundai-Cisco collaboration is preparing to introduce over-the-air updates in 2019.

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22nd January 2018

5G Will Create Cloud of Connected Vehicles

As the 3GPP has approved the first standard for 5Gnetworks, new V2V and V2X technologies will be available this year, including on-the-fly, cloud connectivity.

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19th January 2018

Cisco & Hyundai Look to Build a Next-Generation Car Platform

At CES 2018 in Las Vegas earlier this month, Cisco and Hyundai announced a new partnership that will focus on simplifying the connected car process.

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19th January 2018

Video: Škoda focused on auto’s vital relationship with smartphones

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18th January 2018

Harman Looks to Customize the Ride-Sharing Experience

Ride-hailing passengers could easily transport their preferences from one vehicle to the next.

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17th January 2018

Byton Concept Car Includes 49-Inch Infotainment Display

The Byton Concept car wowed attendees at CES with its luxurious, high-tech features.

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1st December 2017

Connected bikes cannot compromise ‘freedom’, says Kawasaki

While connectivity services have been slow to catch on in the car industry, it’s been virtually moribund in the field of motorcycle marketing. Yet, in spite of this manufacturers...

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21st April 2017

Nissan places trust in ‘smart’ strategies for mobility

It’s probably no coincidence that with the increasing importance of artificial intelligence (AI) that the second of these two words has become something of a touchstone for Nissan. The...

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