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13th May 2021

Automakers Must Change to Exploit the Software-Defined Vehicle

Automakers know that software is the future but their evolution from car company to software company has just begun. Volkswagen Group will invest around $32Bn in digitalization by 2025....

By Susan Kuchinskas

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12th May 2021

EVs are First Step in Auto Insurance Transformation

Despite a slump in car sales during the pandemic, ING Group expects care sales to rebound by 8% in 2021. However, EV insurance premiums are typically higher than those...

By Graham Jarvis

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7th May 2021

Future Mobility Solutions have to be ‘Tailor Made’

There’s an argument that changing customer behaviors are changing the world of mobility. This transformation will inevitably lead to challenges within the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) ecosystem, which...

By Graham Jarvis

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4th May 2021

Driverless Trucks Worth the Long-Term Investment

Self-driving vehicles could have an immense impact on logistics and supply chain management. That’s because autonomous trucks, last-mile delivery robots and other AVs fit themselves into an increasingly automated...

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30th April 2021

Driverless Tech’s Best Bet is with Open Source

Millbrook Proving Ground and Midlands Future Mobility have opted to develop ‘neutral host’ networks. These are allowing any connected and autonomous vehicle developer to work with any mobile network...

By Graham Jarvis

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28th April 2021

Service Orientated Architectures Pitch for OTA Security

The security risks of centralized automotive architectures and over-the-air updates are clear. Meanwhile, vehicle functions are increasingly defined by software, making them more hackable. The evolution of automotive electrical...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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22nd April 2021

Data Storage Trying to Keep Up with a Speeding Car

Development and testing of autonomous vehicle technology is data intensive, requiring solutions for the management and storage and of rapidly expanding volumes of data. The primary reason for this...

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16th April 2021

Driver and Passenger Monitoring Brings Zero Cabin Privacy

Driver monitoring is key to the growing requirements, globally, for improved road safety, with regulatory and safety bodies in Europe acknowledging its importance. This trend extends globally as the...

15th April 2021

Concerns Remain over Sidewalks used as Bike Lanes

Micro e-vehicles have filled a gap in the existing private transport supply providing vehicles faster and less physically challenging than bicycles while slower and more compact and affordable than...

By Roma Nazarov

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6th April 2021

Faster Wifi Dependent on Faster Connectivity

Next generation wifi technology could save manufacturers millions in over the air (OTA) updates carrying costs while offering a more seamless experience for passengers. LG Innotek has recently launched...

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2nd April 2021

The CASE for Intuitive Mobility

Daimler predicts that connected, autonomous, shared and electric (CASE) ‘intuitive mobility’ will succeed in turning the automotive industry upside down. It thinks a true revolution is afoot, combining each...

By Graham Jarvis

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30th March 2021

Mission Specific Vehicles are the Future, Says REE

Vehicle powertrains are next to irrelevant in terms of the biggest megatrends facing the automotive industry today. That’s the view of Daniel Barel, CEO and co-Founder of REE, maker...

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