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16th September 2022

Addressing Connectivity Uncertainty for the Connected Car

There are a range of factors that will be crucial for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Among them is 5G connectivity, automation and electrification. They are converging to transform...

By Graham Jarvis

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16th September 2022

Driving EV Innovation Through Connected Car Integration

Electric vehicles are reshaping the automotive ecosystem. That’s at the very least the viewpoint expressed in the synopsis for the forthcoming conference, Autotech: Electrification, which will be held at...

By Graham Jarvis

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9th September 2022

Autonomous Insurance: How Future-Ready are insurers?

With connected and autonomous vehicles set to change the insurance liability paradigm away from human drivers, this article examines whether insurers and automakers are really ready for a driverless...

By Graham Jarvis

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8th September 2022

Automakers Need Robust Simplicity to Exploit Connected Cars

With software taking the lead role in the modern connected car, the need for robust on-board systems has never been greater. We’ve already seen concerns raised by the J.D....

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2nd September 2022

Eastern Europe Lags Behind in Automotive Transformation

The digital revolution in mobility has already changed the way politicians in Europe and other developed regions are thinking about the future and reducing carbon-based emissions. For example, a...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

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31st August 2022

Charging Corridors Could Boost Uptake of EV Trucking

The use of electrified vehicles for medium- and heavy-duty trucking brings a host of challenges, from size and weight of the batteries to the density of infrastructure required for...

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26th August 2022

Is there Potential in Biometrics In-Car Health Monitoring?

In the future, will your car also be your doctor? That’s not as farfetched as it might sound. For example, in-car breathalyzers have been used for years to check...

By Eric Volkman

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24th August 2022

Europe Working on Cross-Border 5G for Driverless Vehicles

There are an increasing number of European Union projects working on making 5G feasible to operate connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) across international and national borders. However, standardized connectivity...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th August 2022

Car-Sharing’s History of Failed Ambitions

The purchase of the carsharing service Share Now by the carmaker Stellantis, announced in May, put an end to a 14-year mobility saga that had as many twists and...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

16th August 2022

Regulatory Standards Hold Key to CAV Development

Quite often and in many industries, such as financial services, there is call for the reduction of regulation and the liberalization of market. In the case of connected and...

By Graham Jarvis

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10th August 2022

Diffusing the Connected Car’s Ticking Data Privacy Timebomb

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) collate a significant amount of data to ensure vehicle safety, requiring an always-on internet connection and hundreds of sensors. An entire industry has been...

By Graham Jarvis

9th August 2022

Research Claims Driverless Tech Still too Easy to Trick

Autonomous vehicles can be easily manipulated into performing undesirable driving behavior through the placement of ordinary objects on the roadside, according to a study from the University of California,...

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