Data & Analytics

12th December 2019

Don’t Ask Consumers to Pay for Cyber-Security, Says Ford

Cyber-security companies are lining up to service automakers in the years leading up to autonomous deployment. They’re busy preparing a wide spectrum of solutions that are all but guaranteed...

By Louis Bedigian

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5th December 2019

Fleets Top Target For Cyber Attack

Motor freight transportation’s key role in the global supply chain makes it an attractive target for cyber-attacks. As attacks on the transportation industry increase, ransomware is a particular area...

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26th November 2019

Making the Best Charge Into EV Fleet Management

As the transition to a low-carbon economy continues apace, organizations are turning to electric EVs and setting goals to reduce emissions and improve operational fleet efficiency. As a result,...

By Andrew Williams

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21st November 2019

If Driverless Tech Can Crack India, It’ll Work Anywhere

The governments of most countries around the world are willing, if not necessarily eager, to aid in the development of advanced-level assisted driving. Yet, India is not ‘most countries’. ...

By Eric Volkman

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14th November 2019

Mobility Start-ups Shine in TechStars Detroit Class of 2019

Getting in front of the right people is one of the biggest challenges for any start-up. With a new name and wider focus, Techstars Detroit condenses three years of...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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12th November 2019

Moscow Car-Share Bubble Set to Pop

Moscow’s car-sharing trips and fleet had doubled in the first half of 2019. According to the city authorities, 24M car-sharing trips were made, surpassing the total last year’s number....

By Roma Nazarov

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11th November 2019

Cars Need to Be Individual Cyber-Fortresses

Carmakers should make vehicles as individual cyber-fortresses and ditch the idea of trying to secure a whole network. That’s the opinion of Richard Hayton, chief technology officer from connected car security company Trustonic....

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5th November 2019

Insurance Risks Remain in an Autonomous World

The old Chinese curse, “May you live in interesting times,” could very well apply to the auto insurance industry these days. That’s because, while the industry is moving at...

By Eric Volkman

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30th October 2019

Russian AV Developers Start Collaboration With Hyundai

Hyundai’s parts-and-service arm, Hyundai Mobis, is running its own independent self-driving project M.Billy with a plan to launch robo-taxi services in several Russian smart cities by 2020. No doubt,...

By Roma Nazarov

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29th October 2019

Hacking Risks In a ‘Smarter’ World

The very nature of the smart city presents an enormous security challenge that many experts worry is susceptible to cyber-attack. That’s because it’s a highly complex network of connected...

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28th October 2019

Cognitive Technologies Claims World First AV Harvester

A Russian driverless vehicle company is claiming the first market ready autonomous combined harvester. Cognitive Technologies’ ADS Agrodroid retrofit system was put through its paces in front of international...

By Roma Nazarov

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25th October 2019

How Automakers Hope to Grow Revenue As Ownership Slides

The numbers of city dwellers are growing globally. As such, the next generation of consumers are looking to alternatives to car ownership forcing automakers to explore various mobility as...

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