19th December 2022

The Challenges to Mobility Data

As on-demand mobility evolves from a concept to a reality that will transport billions of people through and between the megacities of tomorrow, several daunting challenges must be met....

By Siegfried Mortkowitz


30th November 2022

Is 5G C-V2X Really Paving the Road to Autonomy?

At AutoTech Europe, TU-Automotive took a step back to look back at last year’s conference in which it was claimed that 5G C-V2X is paving the way for fully...

By Graham Jarvis


25th November 2022

JLR Cuts Back Production Suffering Semiconductor Shortage

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is cutting back car production for several months because of a shortage of semiconductors for new vehicles. The British carmaker is focusing on continued production...


10th November 2022

Qualcomm Snaps Up Another Automaker in Renault

Qualcomm follows up its Volkswagen roll-out and its inclusion in the new Volvo EX90 BEV with the latest announcement that it will collaborate in developing future Renault connected cars....


18th October 2022

What Will Be the In-Vehicle Connectivity Gold Standard for ADAS?

The automotive market is very close to adopting the MIPI A-PHY standard for CSI-2 and the DSI-2 standard for connectivity. Daniel Shwartzberg, director of automotive system solutions at Valens...

By Graham Jarvis


29th September 2022

Cars Unlikely to Become more Computer than Transport

The automobile industry wouldn’t be as sprawling and as massive as it is today without effective marketing hype. Recently, advances in ADAS technology have some individuals in, and adjacent...

By Eric Volkman


16th September 2022

Addressing Connectivity Uncertainty for the Connected Car

There are a range of factors that will be crucial for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Among them is 5G connectivity, automation and electrification. They are converging to transform...

By Graham Jarvis


14th September 2022

Harman Launches Eyes-and-Mind Driver Monitor

Connected car technology company Harman has launched an in-cabin suite to monitor driver awareness, reduce stress and improve comfort levels. Its Ready Care solution claims to monitor cognitive distraction,...


8th September 2022

Automakers Need Robust Simplicity to Exploit Connected Cars

With software taking the lead role in the modern connected car, the need for robust on-board systems has never been greater. We’ve already seen concerns raised by the J.D....


24th August 2022

Europe Working on Cross-Border 5G for Driverless Vehicles

There are an increasing number of European Union projects working on making 5G feasible to operate connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) across international and national borders. However, standardized connectivity...

By Graham Jarvis


10th August 2022

Diffusing the Connected Car’s Ticking Data Privacy Timebomb

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) collate a significant amount of data to ensure vehicle safety, requiring an always-on internet connection and hundreds of sensors. An entire industry has been...

By Graham Jarvis

26th July 2022

Building Open Data Systems to Benefit Road Networks

The proliferation of connected vehicles and sensors embedded into road infrastructure offer manifold possibilities to collect and analyze data to improve road safety, direct maintenance efforts and guide equitable...