Data & Analytics

23rd April 2019

5G Extracts More V2X Revenue From Consumers Than DSRC

Top spot as the future dominant technology in the connected car world is still uncertain as dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) and 5G LTE wireless slug it out. Yet, as...

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19th April 2019

Strict AV Evaluation is Needed to Promote Consumer Acceptance

The future of mobility appeared flawless right up until the dream shattered with a fatal Uber accident caused by both human error and machine malfunction. It was an incident...

By Louis Bedigian

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18th April 2019

Virtual Driverless Tech Testing Not a Stand-Alone Solution

Digital simulated testing for autonomous vehicles (AV) has been seen as a cheap, risk free, alternative to testing in the real world. Yet, while exponents voice its many advantages,...

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17th April 2019

Customers Always Value Driving Pleasure, Says Honda EV Designer

Driving pleasure will never go out of fashion for Honda customers no matter what the powertrain may be. That’s the message from the carmaker’s Honda E Prototype designer Kohei...

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15th April 2019

Driverless Vehicles Require Cocktail of Positioning Tech

In order for autonomous cars to truly allow hands-free driving in all types of scenarios, improving sensor-based accuracy is a critical challenge to ensure the vehicles know exactly where...

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12th April 2019

BEVs Likely To Remain Niche in Next Decade, Says Mazda

Electrification will not spell the end of the ICE powertrain particularly because full BEVs cannot make great strides among carbuyers. That’s the opinion of probably the most innovative Japanese...

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11th April 2019

Tech Can Reduce Risk But Not Insurance Costs

The introduction of new technologies nearly always comes at a high promise and quite often with an equally large promise and expectations. ADAS technology is not immune to this...

By Graham Jarvis

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11th April 2019

Porsche Ramps Up Its Innovation Strategy

When you think of innovation, Porsche may not be the first car company that comes to mind. The 88-year-old company, which has its less than auspicious roots in the...

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11th April 2019

Automakers Working Hard to Build Trust in Autonomous

Concerns about safety are having a major impact on the autonomous vehicle industry, with the focus shifting to how automakers can win the public’s trust in self-driving vehicles. Meanwhile,...

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10th April 2019

Regulators Still Not Up To Speed With AVs, Says Navya

Driverless car development has quickly outpaced most current regulations, causing a number of headaches for manufacturers looking to test their autonomous technologies. In the US vehicles are still required...

By Louis Bedigian

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10th April 2019

Nissan Takes EV Punt Where GM Failed

Nissan is gambling on a hybrid system that General Motors tried in Europe and flopped. This high-risk strategy is now part of its wider electrification plan to, eventually, get...

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9th April 2019

A Costs ‘Reality Check’ is Coming To AV Manufacturers

Years of hype suggest that driverless cars are right around the corner, inching toward deployment with just a few more miles of road tests. General Motors is one of...

By Louis Bedigian

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