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25th February 2021

Carshare App Developers under Pressure from Russian Prosecutors

Usage-based insurance (UBI) helped Russian carsharing providers to escape embarrassing issues early in the game. However, insuring the fleets remains a risky business. It is a matter of record...

By Roma Nazarov

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23rd February 2021

Digital Transformation Creates Platform to Deliver Sustainable Mobility

The Covid-19 pandemic is causing tectonic plates to slide in the automotive industry, and in indeed in many others. However, it’s not the only factor that is causing a...

By Graham Jarvis

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19th February 2021

Artificial Cities Could Pave the way to Driverless Adoption

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) have a future. That is without doubt but there is still a need to ensure that they will be safe on our highways and...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th February 2021

Emerging Economies Lead the way in Telematics

Evolution played a joke on telematics by making it a perfect solution for imperfect worlds, the Global Fleet Barometer 2020 by leasing specialist Arval has revealed. The survey conducted...

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11th February 2021

5G Claiming Success in CAV Testing

Vodafone has joined Midlands Future Mobility in the UK, giving a boost to the country’s real-world connect and autonomous mobility (CAM) testbed. As telecoms website 5g.co.uk explains: “In all,...

By Graham Jarvis

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10th February 2021

Robots Need Human Driver Data to Succeed, Says Wipro

Everyday driver data is the best way to advance autonomous driving technology rather than persisting with sterile robot driving on-road testing. That’s the view of  Thomas Mueller, CTO engineering...

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4th February 2021

Pitching for Commercial Level 4 Could be Better AV Ambition

The achievement of full Level 5 vehicle autonomy is, by many accounts, the “North Star goal” of all those involved with designing and building AV technology. The literal interpretation...

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3rd February 2021

Russia Attempts Road Map for AVs

Russian developers of driverless vehicles, intelligent transport systems and geographic information systems agreed to develop a unified format of a AV-specific open-source digital road model. The opening conference, held...

By Roman Nazarov

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29th January 2021

On-Board Computing Cannot be Replaced by 5G, Says NXP

In vehicle computing power will grow exponentially well in advance of the dreams of sending mission-critical autonomous function data to the cloud. That’s the view of Arnaud Van Den...

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25th January 2021

Why Data-Driven Mobility Could be a Power for Good

Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) chief executive Dominic Clayden claims the data-driven world of mobility can be a real power for good. He explained at an Association of British Insurers’...

By Graham Jarvis

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21st January 2021

Russian Regulators set Standard for Automotive Bigdata

The package of Russian national standards issued late last year establishes a regulatory framework for collection, storage and use of vehicle and road related data. The scheme named Platform...

By Roman Nazarov

19th January 2021

EAEU Greening its Transport but Without ICE Ban

In the next five years, member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) will not mimic Europe’s fashionable ICE bans. Dina Akpanbayeva, deputy director of the trade policy department...

By Roman Nazarov

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