Data & Analytics

19th November 2018

The Disrupters: EVgo Jolting the Charging Network Business

Industry insiders, analysts and consumers agree that the growing proliferation of electric vehicle charging stations will encourage more consumers to buy EVs. The lack of infrastructure remains an oft-cited...

By Robert Gray

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14th November 2018

Government Subsidies Vital to EV Uptake

Although sales volumes of plug-in vehicles remain modest in most markets, there are signs that predictions that they will represent 100% of new car sales in Europe by 2030...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

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13th November 2018

Not Such A Long Road To Driverless, Claims Kar-Go

Many automaker experts believe fully autonomously driven vehicles as a feature of every day life on our roads is much further away than that being assumed by their digital...

17th September 2018

Ford’s Connected Focus Winning Consumer Hearts

Carmakers have long been attempting to find ways to make their products as much as possible interoperable and, even, interchangeable with their consumers’ smartphones. They are doing this with...

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14th September 2018

Loss Making Uber Perfect for IPO?

Eric Volkman asks: is the ride-sharing king about to become a publicly traded company? That’s the scuttlebutt in the transportation and tech worlds these days regarding Uber. The company...

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11th September 2018

Robots But Not as We Know Them Jim!

Louis Bedigian explores what robots should, and shouldn’t, look like in an automotive HMI future. The human machine interface (HMI) is set to become very important to the cars...

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28th August 2018

5 Tips for Securing a Place in a Crowded Cyber-Security Market

There are concrete things an auto cyber-security start-up can do to stand out. Susan Kuchinskas reports. Blockchain cyber-security start-up Buglab recently put out a multi-million dollar bug bounty –...

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24th August 2018

EVs and car-sharing – the perfect couple?

How the auto industry is making miles count more than cars built, explored by Siegfried Mortkowitz. Although global sales of plug-in vehicles are forecast to comprise only about 2%...

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20th August 2018

Being at End of ICE Age, Doesn’t Mean Anytime Soon

Alternative fuels are gaining popularity but combustion engines will still rule the roost for many years yet, Eric Volkman discovers. Is the internal combustion engine (ICE) roaring towards extinction...

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16th August 2018

Auto Software with ‘Birth Certificates’ Suggests BlackBerry QNX

Specialized in-car apps don’t have to pose a risk, BlackBerry QNX’s John Wall, tells Louis Bedigian. App stores have been essential to the success of smartphones, providing a multitude...

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8th August 2018

Connecting All Mobility Solutions in a Single IoT Hub

How future mobility service providers’ relationships could evolve, explored by Simmi Sinha. The innovation in digital technologies are transforming vehicles and how we interact with them, they are also...

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7th August 2018

Making Tomorrow’s Auto Tech Safe Today

Graham Jarvis assesses the cyber-security risks of emerging autonomous technology. All the major automakers are currently developing autonomous technologies and solutions for their future autonomous vehicles. These technologies introduce...

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