Connected Vehicles

19th February 2019

Satellite Providers Claim to Close Cellular Connectivity Gaps

The future of the connected car is orbiting in space. At least, that’s what proponents of satellite technology espouse. Satellite, of course, is the backbone of the GPS technology...

By Eric Volkman

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15th February 2019

Belfast On Road to Smart City Status

Belfast is joining the ranks of the smart city with the installation of connected street furniture that could put it on the path to eventual V2X capability. The Northern...

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Consortium Deploys 5G Network for CAVs
14th February 2019

Consortium Deploys 5G Network for CAVs

A consortium has deployed a 5G small cell network that aims to supply connectivity to connected and autonomous vehicles. AutoAir, a 5G development consortium led by broadband provider Airspan...

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13th February 2019

Harley-Davidson Turns To Cloud With New EV

Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire all-electric sports cruiser bike will draw on cloud, IoT and AI technologies, the iconic US brand has announced. The machine is part of the manufacture’s More Roads...

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NIO OTA Update Causes Test Drive Standstill
12th February 2019

NIO OTA Update Causes Test Drive Standstill

A test driver for Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO was left trapped with a company representative inside one of its SUVs. The pair were test driving NIO‘s ES8 SUV...

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31st January 2019

Fleet Telematics Has Vital Role in Move to EVs

Increasingly, organizations are turning to electric vehicles (EVs) while setting goals to reduce emissions and improve operational fleet efficiency. However, there are implications on changing the powertrain of a...

By Graham Jarvis

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28th January 2019

Distance Between Automotive Hardware and Software

While carmakers try to bend their hardware into the sort of shape the software gurus of Silicon Valley desire, it’s clear nothing is going to deviate them from a...

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V2V Tech Gives Fleets a Third Eye
24th January 2019

V2V Tech Gives Fleets a Third Eye

Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology has been lauded for its potential to help connected cars inform each other about their presence, send warnings of oncoming traffic at intersections and provide a...

By Louis Bedigian

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24th January 2019

Porsche Banks on AI Assisted Breakdown Start-Up

German sportscar manufacturer Porsche is investing in a start-up that uses AI to rapidly provide breakdown and emergency assistance to consumers. Its investment arm, Porsche Ventures, has announced it...

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14th January 2019

Ford Looks To 5G for Future Connectivity

Ford looks set on a 5G cellular connected vehicle to infrastructure (C-V2X) future strategy as opposed to dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) networks preferred by the auto industry’s two biggest...

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Standardized Neural Networks Could Help Machine Learning
9th January 2019

Standardized Neural Networks Could Help Machine Learning

The ever increasing volume of data captured by technology continues to transform the nature and direction of business activities across the globe and the automotive sector is no different....

By Andrew Williams

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Honda Enters V2G Bi-Directional Charging Battle
24th December 2018

Honda Enters V2G Bi-Directional Charging Battle

Honda is launching its bi-directional, wireless vehicle-to-grid (V2G) energy storage system at CES 2019. The automaker has partnered with electric vehicle technology company WiTricity on development of the system....

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