Connected Vehicles

7th May 2019

Volvo’s Polestar Targets Infotainment Developers

Volvo’s premium all-electric performance sub-brand, Polestar, is targeting Android developers with its plans for future infotainment platforms. It has presented a media platform designed to encourage developers to create...

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1st May 2019

5G Could Be Too Busy For Mission Critical Auto Roles

It’s an article of faith for many involved in the assisted/autonomous driving space that 5G wireless technology is mission critical. Like any technology, though, it isn’t perfect; there are...

By Eric Volkman

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30th April 2019

UBI Will Find Room to Grow But it Will Take Time

With most new cars now equipped with connected features or ADAS, there has been a change in the way auto insurers handle policies. As drivers become more aware of...

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29th April 2019

JLR Offers Customers Cryptocurrency Earnings

Jaguar Land Rover is testing an in-car payment system that could earn its customers bonus incentives with cryptocurrency. Its ‘Smart Wallet’ system claims to allow JLR owners earn credits...

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26th April 2019

Visa Gets Sirius About In-Car Payments

Even the most casual observer of the connected car space realizes that fully featured in-car payment technology isn’t an if, it’s a when. What’s more a question is, what...

By Eric Volkman

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Blockchain Pilot Aims For V2X Standard
24th April 2019

Blockchain Pilot Aims For V2X Standard

A US university pilot scheme is hoping to develop a working automotive standard for V2X communications using blockchain. The University of Nevada is teaming up with IoT blockchain company...

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23rd April 2019

5G Extracts More V2X Revenue From Consumers Than DSRC

Top spot as the future dominant technology in the connected car world is still uncertain as dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) and 5G LTE wireless slug it out. Yet, as...

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15th April 2019

Driverless Vehicles Require Cocktail of Positioning Tech

In order for autonomous cars to truly allow hands-free driving in all types of scenarios, improving sensor-based accuracy is a critical challenge to ensure the vehicles know exactly where...

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11th April 2019

Tech Can Reduce Risk But Not Insurance Costs

The introduction of new technologies nearly always comes at a high promise and quite often with an equally large promise and expectations. ADAS technology is not immune to this...

By Graham Jarvis

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UK’s 4G Infrastructure Slammed By Automakers
9th April 2019

UK’s 4G Infrastructure Slammed By Automakers

An automakers’ representative body has condemned shortfalls in the UK’s existing 4G infrastructure at a time when the telecoms industry is planning 5G automotive capabilities. The Society for Motor...

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VW Joins Open-Source Connected Vehicle Software Project
9th April 2019

VW Joins Open-Source Connected Vehicle Software Project

A project developing a Linux-based open-source platform for connected vehicle software has been boosted by the addition of Volkswagen to its membership base. The automaker has joined Automotive Grade Linux...

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2nd April 2019

Nissan’s Connected Car Ecosystem ‘Will Keep Data Safe’

Consumers have been promised total control over their driving data in Nissan’s connectivity strategy. That’s the promise being made by Garth Dunsmore Nissan Europe director of electric vehicles and...

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