Data & Analytics

9th August 2022

Research Claims Driverless Tech Still too Easy to Trick

Autonomous vehicles can be easily manipulated into performing undesirable driving behavior through the placement of ordinary objects on the roadside, according to a study from the University of California,...

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5th August 2022

Automakers Buy into Car Subscription Service Model

Of the various types of mobility services that are currently being offered as alternatives to or as new models of car ownership – e.g., ride-sharing, car-sharing – car subscription...

By Siefried Mortkowitz

4th August 2022

Automakers in the Driving Seat with In-Car eCommerce

While there are many significant trends at the moment, one of the key connected vehicle commerce trends to stand out is the monetization of vehicle data by automakers. Sherry...

By Graham Jarvis

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3rd August 2022

In-Car Navigation to go the Same Way as Maps

Many of us above a certain age can vividly remember when in-car mapping consisted, at best, of sheets or collections of paper. Older drivers in Los Angeles, for example,...

By Eric Volkman

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28th July 2022

Shining a Light on Automotive Solar Power

Solar technology has been with us for decades – the promise of free and abundant energy from the sun is an irresistible lure to humankind. It was only natural...

By Eric Volkman

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26th July 2022

Building Open Data Systems to Benefit Road Networks

The proliferation of connected vehicles and sensors embedded into road infrastructure offer manifold possibilities to collect and analyze data to improve road safety, direct maintenance efforts and guide equitable...

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20th July 2022

Battery Swap Pitching for Heavy Duty Trucks

Battery swap technology can restore stakeholders’ enthusiasm in battery-electric haulage, according to Lex Forsyth, co-founder and general manager of Australian start-up Janus Electric. For the last two or three...

By Roma Nazarov

15th July 2022

How Autonomous Indy Car Advances the Tech

After appearing at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this past January with the first high-speed head-to-head autonomous racecar competition, The Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) sped into Orlando a few...

By Sarah Wyatt

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14th July 2022

Designing Automated Systems is All About the Humans

Human-centric design is about looking at what consumers want from smart experiences in terms of how the manufacturers connected emotionally with the things they make, be it cars or...

By Graham Jarvis

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7th July 2022

Russia’s AV Industry Hit Hard by War Sanctions

Several Russian driverless projects have been shuttered and others are facing hurdles caused by economic sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine. Four months before, TU-Automotive reported that Yandex anticipated...

By Roma Nazarov

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6th July 2022

Yandex Algorithm Pricing Hopes to Defuse Criticism

Since February this year, users of Yandex’s ride-hailing app are shown a demand index. A color indicator on the app’s main screen helps to determine the trip price before...

By Roma Nazarov

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24th June 2022

Autonomous Vehicles in Slow Lane as Robots Accelerate

While robotics advances at pace in many industrial settings these days, the robotic or autonomous vehicle remains a nebulous prospect for many. Emily Shao, partner at McKinsey & Co,...

By Graham Jarvis

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