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19th August 2019

Congestion On The Digital Highway in Russia

The digital highway is getting as clogged up with traffic as our city streets. That’s the claim by founder and head of Incarnet, Anton Yesin, speaking to TU-Automotive. He...

By Roma Nazarov

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16th August 2019

Smarter Internet a Must for Driverless Cars

A lot has been said about the need for driverless cars to use connectivity, which should allow future automobiles navigate through the toughest and most challenging scenarios. Much less...

By Louis Bedigian

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15th August 2019

Shifting Driverless Standards Needed in a Changing World

Countries around the world look to maintain advantages in driverless vehicle development. The latest move was the announcement from British firm BSI that it is partnering with Department for...

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14th August 2019

The Real Winners in Connected Car Services

Data from connected vehicles is now a reality and there’s much more to come as older vehicles are replaced by those that ship with connectivity. Our industry touts the...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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13th August 2019

In-Car Assistants in an UX World

The sustained evolution and improvement of user experience (UX) is a key objective in the development of next-generation in-car assistants. So, in what way are companies approaching the improvement...

By Andrew Williams

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12th August 2019

Ford Hopes Open App Access With Boost Customer Engagement

Despite the advance of connected car services, many automakers are still witnessing disappointing take-up from consumers seemingly unimpressed by their offerings. Yet, Gavin Sherry, CEO of Ford’s Smart Mobility...

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7th August 2019

Trust me I’m a Carmaker, Says Ford

Ford believes it is leading the pack in a charge towards consumer engagement with in-vehicle services yet remains conscious of the challenges still ahead. TU-Automotive met with its head...

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7th August 2019

Why Carmakers Struggle to Attract Cyber-Security Talent

You don’t need to be a computer nerd or security wonk to realize that our world needs better defenses against cyber-attacks. Nearly every month, it seems, there is another...

By Eric Volkman

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6th August 2019

Consumers Remain Distant From Driverless Tipping Point

There is no true progress without resistance and there are fewer technologies progressing faster than assisted driving. For proof, look no further than the driverless car pilot project General...

By Eric Volkman

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2nd August 2019

Zetta Plans BEV For The Masses

While most automakers today are turning their gaze to growth in the Chinese market, one Russian carmaker is looking nearer to home. CEO of start-up Zetta, Denis Shchurovsky, has...

By Roma Nazarov

30th July 2019

Insurance Models For a Telematics Driven Future

Current insurance trends suggest insurance is changing but slowly. New models for pricing insurance have begun to emerge and yet most telematics motor insurance products tend to focus on...

By Graham Jarvis

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29th July 2019

For Manufacturers, BTCC’s Hybrid Push Is Only Good News

The UK’s top-level touring car series, the British Touring Car Championship, will introduce hybrid power units in 2022 as the organizers look to reduce carbon emissions. While the engines...

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