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16th October 2019

Auto Newbies Finally Accept Driverless-Only Roads

Automotive disrupters who once predicted the imminent adoption of autonomous technology are now considering geo-fencing driverless cars as automakers predicted several years ago. The latest to come to this...

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15th October 2019

Driverless Trials Prove Tech More Dangerous Than Humans

Autonomous driving tests reveal the technology suffers more accidents than would be expected from the average human driver on average. That’s the allegation being leveled by Adi Pinhas, CEO...

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14th October 2019

Simple Driverless Hardware Choices Yet to be Settled

Some simple but serious strategic decisions over hardware for driverless vehicles have yet to be properly settled. That’s the opinion of Sandeep Sovani, director, global automotive industry, at Ansys...

By Graham Jarvis

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9th October 2019

Flexible Charge Point Access Key to EV Adoption, Says Ford

The ability to plug in a BEV wherever there is a charge point is one of the key factors in persuading consumers to go electric. That’s the opinion of...

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8th October 2019

Automakers Seek Control in Connected Car Software

Automotive software is now seen as a primary differentiator for vehicles. Some experts think it will become even more important if autonomous vehicles become available for ride hailing. Marques...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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7th October 2019

EV Charging Requires Mindset Change

EV owners have to change the way they expect to ‘refuel’ before the industry can expect to accelerate take up of the technology. That’s the view of Dutch charging...

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7th October 2019

Hardware Vital Part of Connected Experience, Says Honda

Too much emphasis in designing connected car systems is being placed on the software while ignoring a vehicle’s hardware. This is the opinion of Honda’s head of connectivity, Mirai...

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3rd October 2019

Micro BEVs Unlikely a Near Future Product, Says Honda

The prospect of ever downsizing to micro BEVs for the urban environment is a very unlikely one. That’s the opinion of Honda’s Kohei Hitomi lead designer of its first...

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30th September 2019

Satellite Internet More Stable Than 5G for Connected Cars

Satellite internet technology is a more stable solution than 5G or LTE for connected cars, Kymeta, a US-based connectivity company, has claimed. Cellular internet connectivity can be provided from...

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30th September 2019

Building Consumer Trust and Cutting Risk in a Paperless World

Digital tools have the potential to help vehicle insurance firms boost consumer engagement while simultaneously optimizing the claims process. The result could be a big saving in both cost...

By Nathan Eddy

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27th September 2019

Connected Users Could Increase Brand Loyalty, Says Ford

Connectivity could increase a consumer’s bond with a brand even more than the sculptured sheet metal of the cars themselves. This is the opinion of Ford of Europe’s John...

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26th September 2019

One-in-Five Support Russian Government Owning Vehicle Data

Defining data ownership has become a burning question this year in Russia. Authorities pushing forward with Autodata – a project of creating a nation-wide holistic database of vehicle and...

By Roma Nazarov

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