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30th July 2021

Driverless Tech Must Ride Out the Storms to Come

Navigation products are being released all the time promising drivers the ability to take into account extreme weather conditions. Matthew Avery, director of insurance research at Thatcham Research, reminds...

By Graham Jarvis

29th July 2021

V2X Vital for Traffic Efficiency and Road Safety

The mobility industry is transforming itself and, with it, comes the need to change and improve automotive connectivity. New technologies won’t work without it because it defines the future...

By Graham Jarvis

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23rd July 2021

Cut-Price Green Fuel Promise of “Turquoise” Hydrogen

Russian researchers have claimed they are able to split methane into hydrogen and solid carbon in a way that could be soon slash the cost of automotive grade hydrogen....

By Roma Nazarov

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20th July 2021

EV Battery Swap Back in Vogue but For How Long?

Russia’s SberAutoTech has demonstrated a prototype of an urban mobility system named Flip, aimed at the robo-taxis and delivery markets. It is comprised of a hive of connected SAE...

By Roma Nazarov

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15th July 2021

With V2X You Don’t have to Put on the Red Light

In the not-too-distant future, will traffic lights cease to exist? That is the premise of an intriguing research project launched in England by Ford in 2016, in which the...

By Eric Volkman

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13th July 2021

Trust in Auto Brands Can Accelerate Connected Car Services

Carmakers are in the driving seat when it comes to persuading consumers to share their data when accessing connected car benefits. That’s the view of Verex CEO, Mark Aryaeenia, who...

5th July 2021

EV Batteries Improve but Sustainability Lags

Batteries, as a key component of electric mobility, are not just a standard product but rather an integral component of the vehicle architecture. In addition to continuous improvement of...

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2nd July 2021

Auto Experts Plead for ICE in Battle Against Global Warming

A growing number of players in the automotive industry are making the case for the pivotal role of next-generation ICE technology in the drive against global warming. Some even...

By Andrew Williams

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29th June 2021

Wild and Woolly Driverless Tech Testing in Norway

Oslo kicked off its plans to integrate autonomous vehicles into its network transport network in January 2021 with a year-long autonomous vehicle trial. The city’s transport network is operated...

By Graham Jarvis

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24th June 2021

Missing Factors in Mobility Technology Integration

A recent study, New Mobility & Road Infrastructure: international benchmark 2020, led by Routes de France and the European Union Road Federation (ERF), using pre-pandemic data, suggests a dire...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th June 2021

Risks for Insurers in Rush Towards Driverless Tech

Definitions are often important – no more so when it involves safety. This is why there was a call for evidence in August 2020, and a confirmation by the...

By Graham Jarvis

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16th June 2021

Driverless Tech Liability is All in the Wording

Designating autonomous vehicles as ‘drivers’ raises a variety of potential legal complications meaning self-driving cars will change how insurance companies price and sell policies. Meanwhile, governments, courts, insurers and...

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