Connected Vehicles

20th March 2019

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Launches Own Cloud

Far from drifting apart following the sacking of its chief Carlos Ghosn, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance looks like forging even closer ties in the all-important data arena. It has announced...

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15th March 2019

Europe Suggests Minor V2X Role For 5G

European Commission safety rules published this week make it clear that 5G cellular technology could be playing a bit-part role in its V2X strategy. TU-Automotive has learned from a...

By Greg Hyde and Paul Myles

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15th March 2019

Insurance Risks Same for Car Subscribers, Research Claims

Insurers are being told the growing trend of vehicle subscription instead of car ownership does not pose any greater risks of loss or damage. That’s the findings of research...

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14th March 2019

Faster Forward: Ford’s 5G Technology Roadmap

At 2019 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Heavy Reading analyst Steve Bell spoke with Don Butler, Ford’s Connected Vehicle guru about why his company joined the 5G Automotive Association...

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13th March 2019

Nissan Tests AR 5G Linked Tech

Nissan is conducting off-road testing of augmented reality (AR) technology, employing 5G connectivity, to provide imagery to vehicles that cannot normally be seen. The Japanese carmaker has teamed up...

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12th March 2019

Daimler Says Connected Vehicles “Will Never Have 100% Security”

Connected vehicles will never be completely secure against hacking. Daimler’s director of user interaction, Georges Massing, made that admission in an exclusive interview with TU-Automotive. Massing discussed the development of artificial...

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12th March 2019

Toyota Boosts Connected Car Strategy With Airbiquity Investment

Japanese car giant Toyota is boosting its connected car proposition leading a $15M investment in auto connectivity specialist Airbiquity. The carmaker joined the DENSO Corporation and Toyota Tsusho Corporation in the...

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11th March 2019

Weekly Brief: Geneva Snoozes on Connectivity At Its Peril

This year’s Geneva International Motor Show is heavy on cars but light on connectivity. By “light” I mean that you could walk from one side of the exhibition floor...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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4th March 2019

Arity Says Insurers Not Considering AV Risk

Insurers are not considering whether self-driving technology or human occupants are to blame if an autonomous vehicle crashes. That’s the view of Grady Irey, senior vice-president of data and...

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4th March 2019

Tested: 2019 Jeep Wrangler (JL) Rubicon – Tech Takes to The Rough

Jeep may be claiming its new iconic mud-plugger is more focused on broadening its appeal into the lifestyle urban market but the new car is still very much a...

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1st March 2019

AR Backseat Experience Could Lyft the Ride

Automotive infotainment is improving but is still a few “parsecs” away from a Star Wars “Dejarik” moment, where passengers are playing augmented reality games in the backseat as they...

By Robert Gray

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28th February 2019

5G Ready For Global Auto Roll-out, Claims Lobby Group

A telecoms lobby group used the Mobile World Congress to claim 5G technology is ready to roll-out globally to power automotive mobility. The claim made by the 5G Automotive...

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