Technology

Mobility Company Transferring Transit Data to Microsoft
12th November 2018

Mobility Company Transferring Transit Data to Microsoft

A mobility data heavy hitter is transferring its public transit data to Microsoft’s Azure Maps system. Moovit is claiming to be doing this to help developers of other mobility...

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Tesla Appoints Telstra CFO Chairwoman
9th November 2018

Tesla Appoints Telstra CFO Chairwoman

Tesla has appointed Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm as its new chairwoman, following controversial CEO Elon Musk’s agreement with regulators to step down as chairman. She is stepping down as...

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9th November 2018

Renault Ups Its BEV Production For LCVs

Renault has announced increased French production of all-electric light commercial vehicles (LCVs) with part of a €1.4Bn ($1.6Bn) investment earmarked for the purpose. At an event this week attended...

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8th November 2018

Hyundai’s Allegro.ai Investment Shows Importance of AI in the Auto Industry

The announcement from Hyundai and Allegro.ai is the latest in a string of investments the auto giant has made in artificial intelligence and deep learning technology specialists.

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Hyundai, Kia Launching EV Pilot Projects
8th November 2018

Hyundai, Kia Launching EV Pilot Projects

Hyundai and Kia are partnering to launch a series of electric vehicle pilot programs in South East Asia. The first such program will be in Singapore next year, and...

Volvo Developing Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure
8th November 2018

Volvo Developing Electric Truck Charging Infrastructure

Volvo is developing electric truck charging infrastructure with an EV charging tech maker. Volvo Trucks is collaborating with Greenlots on chargers for trucks operating out of Southern Californian warehouses. The...

8th November 2018

Carmakers Must Stack Cyber-Security in Their Favor, Says Karamba

Cyber threats are one of the biggest dangers of connected and self-driving vehicles. The now-infamous Jeep hack revealed vulnerabilities that most, not even Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), knew existed....

By Louis Bedigian

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Utility Claims UK’s First End-to-End EV Package
7th November 2018

Utility Claims UK’s First End-to-End EV Package

A Scottish energy provider is launching what it claims is the UK’s first end-to-end electric vehicle ownership package. ScottishPower is claiming to have developed a package that includes “the...

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7th November 2018

Fisker Hoping For Solid-State BEV in 2021

There are several concerns about battery electric vehicles (BEVs) at the moment not least that the standard lithium ion technology is anything but eco-friendly. While these batteries rack up...

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IMI Urges Compulsory ADAS Training for Mechanics
7th November 2018

IMI Urges Compulsory ADAS Training for Mechanics

The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has called for training on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to be made compulsory for automotive technicians. The UK body is arguing...

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Utility Applies for New EV Rate Class
6th November 2018

Utility Applies for New EV Rate Class

A privately-owned power utility has applied for new electric vehicle charging rates to be introduced, which it claims could boost adoption of EVs. Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)...

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Nikola to Showcase Hydrogen-Electric Truck
6th November 2018

Nikola to Showcase Hydrogen-Electric Truck

A truck maker is to showcase a zero-emissions truck at an event it is staging in Arizona. Nikola says it will display a prototype of the TRE at its...

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