Data & Analytics

15th January 2020

Virtual Ruts May Speed Up Driverless Adoption

It could be pointed out that a skilled carpenter can sharpen a pencil with an axe. Luckily, you don’t have to perform the same feat because pencil sharpener is...

By Roma Nazarov

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14th January 2020

Biometric Security Could Stop Illegal Taxi Drivers

Several months have passed since the authorities had a go at regulating working hours of cab drivers, and ride-hailing still remains a safety issue. According to latest figures, 70%...

By Roma Nazarov

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10th January 2020

Future-Proofing Telematics in the Fleet World

Alphabet’s report, What moves Britain? finds that 73% of British workers believe their vehicles are essential for their daily commuting. Cars often freedom of choice of where to go,...

By Graham Jarvis

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3rd January 2020

Like a Foxtrot, 2020 Likely to be Quick-Quick-Slow for Auto Tech

Technology is firmly ensconced in the auto industry, with automakers, Tier 1s and other suppliers convinced that software and technology will become at least as important as vehicle components....

By Susan Kuchinskas

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31st December 2019

Detroit Driverless Binge to Push Tech and Acceptance

Autonomy will take to the streets next June during the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Except, they’re not calling it autonomy. “Automated” is the official term for the...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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27th December 2019

Automakers Flex Their Insurance Muscles

Would you buy auto insurance from the same company that made your vehicle? Recently, two noted automakers placed bets on customers answering “yes” to that question. In the US...

By Eric Volkman

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24th December 2019

Low Returns Force Russian Car-Sharers to Become Dealers

Since 2016, Russian car-sharing operators have got their teeth into a good range of money-making opportunities. They sold partner programs for fleets, re-fueling services and even used cars. Some...

By Roma Nazarov

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23rd December 2019

Fine Dining in a Driverless Future

What activity among all others would people prefer to do in an autonomous car? If you guessed “eat or drink,” you would be right. At least, that’s according to...

By Eric Volkman

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20th December 2019

Connectivity Hurdles Driverless Tech Still to Clear

Connected and autonomous vehicles are no doubt part of the future. However, as with electric vehicles, there are hurdles that they are going to have to resolve rather than...

By Graham Jarvis

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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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