Data & Analytics

12th June 2019

Russian Taxi Crashes Brings Driver Monitoring to Fore

Moscow cabs, including the ones in ride-hailing, caused 25% more serious road accidents in 2018 compared to the previous year, according to the authorities. In an attempt to reverse...

By Roma Nazarov

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11th June 2019

Surviving in a Changing Mobility Services World

Today municipalities and corporations demand mobility solutions that incorporate all their transit modes – not just specific manufacturers or specific vehicle types. “Existing transportation systems are struggling to keep...

By Graham Jarvis

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29th May 2019

ADAS Cuts Risk But Still Raise Insurers’ Costs

The word “revolution” is perhaps used too frequently when pundits talk about connected cars. This is particularly true of the massive vehicle insurance business, which those-in-the-know tell us will...

By Eric Volkman

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24th May 2019

Connected Cars Both Best Friend and Worst Enemy, Warns BlackBerry

Automobiles are quickly becoming data collection devices and, with that transition, comes a new set of rules, consumer expectations and even regulations like GDPR. It’s a challenge that social...

By Louis Bedigian

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23rd May 2019

E-Trike Takes Bite Out of Moscow’s Fast Food Delivery Market

Moscow restaurants are trying a new ‘ideal delivery vehicle’ in the effort to speed up deliveries in the congested city. Digitalization of restaurant ordering has sent Russia’s food delivery...

By Roma Nazarov

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22nd May 2019

5G Verses DSRC Bun Fight Has Long Way To Go

Earlier this month the European Parliament ratified draft rules by the bloc’s executive body, the European Commission to endorse WiFi-based communications standards between connected vehicles. While the technology is...

21st May 2019

Remote Controllers Key to Advancing Driverless Tech, Ford Says

The long path to autonomy is proving to be more difficult than many anticipated, so it’s no surprise that a potential stop-gap is being introduced: teleoperation. From Phantom Auto...

By Louis Bedigian

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16th May 2019

Flash Memory Making Bid in Data Storage Wars

Connected and autonomous vehicles of the near future will be running a suite of complex processes and applications that require robust and scalable flash memory solutions. With the swiftly...

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15th May 2019

Russia Torn Between East And West in Auto Connectivity

The majority of Russian first responders were connected to fleet telematic solutions in the past ten years thus reducing response time by up to 50% from the pre-connectivity era....

By Roma Nazarov

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14th May 2019

Automotive Culture Readying to Shift Up into Autonomous Tech

When many people hear the phrase “autonomous vehicle,” they automatically think of a passenger car or van, or SUV. Yet, the world of assisted driving already covers far more...

By Eric Volkman

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10th May 2019

Vauxhall Finds Fleets Favoring ADAS

Fleet managers are budgeting for ADAS in their vehicle choices as the cost savings of adequate safety features increasingly affect the business bottom line. That’s the findings of UK...

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9th May 2019

Fleets Could Drive Forward Electrification

Commercial fleets are probably the biggest benefactors from the diversity of powertrains now available thanks to electrification. This is the clear message Ford delivered at the UK’s CV Show...

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