Technology

Cordless EV Chargers in Californian Parking Lots
17th October 2018

Cordless EV Chargers in Californian Parking Lots

Hong Kong’s Lectrifi says it is in talks to trial its latest cordless EV charging pads in tech company parking lots across Silicon Valley. The company claims to be...

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Alliance Claims Platform Can Widen Telematics Adoption
16th October 2018

Alliance Claims Platform Can Widen Telematics Adoption

An automotive industry alliance has developed a platform it claims can enable incorporation of telematics systems into vehicles previously unequipped for them. Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a Linux Foundation...

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16th October 2018

EV Service Costs Headache for Dealers

A study has shown that EV owners are enjoying a huge dividend on service cost savings, presenting fresh challenges to dealers who will lose out against ICE vehicle revenues....

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Audi Makes Robots Quality Controllers
16th October 2018

Audi Makes Robots Quality Controllers

Audi is claiming to have developed AI capable of performing quality control on its cars. It says the robots it has developed are able to “recognize and mark the...

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Survey: Sustainability, Cost Biggest Fleet Electrification Motivations
12th October 2018

Survey: Sustainability, Cost Biggest Fleet Electrification Motivations

A study has found concerns about cost are nearly as big motivations as those around the environment in company managers’ decisions to electrify their fleets. GreenBiz and UPS’ Curve...

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12th October 2018

Renault’s Three Energy Deals to Boost EV Adoption

Renault has signed energy supply deals with three of Europe’s major players in a bid to boost the uptake of electric vehicles. The French automaker has announced the signing...

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11th October 2018

London’s First EV Tourist Bus Starts Work

London’s first hop-on, hop-off fully electric bus open-top service takes to the streets today to whisk sightseeing tourists around the capital in zero-emission silence. Sight-seeing company The Original Tour...

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10th October 2018

Startup Upstream Looks at Data Flows to Secure Connected Cars

In order to better secure connected vehicles, Israeli startup Upstream focuses its attention on what's happening outside the car, and not the data inside.

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London’s Lack of EV Infrastructure Slammed
10th October 2018

London’s Lack of EV Infrastructure Slammed

A representative of London cab drivers has slammed the complete lack of electric vehicle charging points in a substantial portion of the inner city. At an often lively and...

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10th October 2018

Tested: Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC Today’s True ‘Green’ Choice

One of the joys of a solitary long-distance drive is the time it gives us to mull things over while performing the constant assessments of road conditions, vehicle approach...

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9th October 2018

Hyundai Hopes Its Driverless Cars Will ‘Understand’ People

Hyundai is buying into AI technology that ‘understands’ people’s intentions in a bid to accelerate its ambitions in autonomous driving. The carmaker’s corporate and open innovation business, Hyundai Cradle,...

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9th October 2018

EV Charging Networks Partnership in Europe and US

A joint enterprise between two EV charging networks could allow owners to ‘roam’ between networks increasing potential charging points. ChargePoint and EVBox have announced the partnership strategy to begin...

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