Data & Analytics

23rd November 2022

Software is the Cost Effective Branding Tool, Stellantis

While BEV powertrains and increasingly modular vehicle production challenge the automaker’s ability to differentiate its products, software could hold the answer. That’s the opinion of Stellantis’s chief software officer,...

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16th November 2022

How Growth in Autonomous Vehicles Could Improve Traffic Flow

Congestion is a growing problem and so a number of solutions have been proposed. They range from encouraging people to leave their cars at home, discouraging private vehicle ownership,...

By Graham Jarvis

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15th November 2022

Digital Giants Battle for the Dashboard

Humans aren’t the only passengers accompanying us in our cars. In fact, there are more constant companions that come along with us for almost every ride – our smartphones....

By Eric Volkman

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8th November 2022

Challenges of Regulating an On-Demand Mobility Service

In February of this year, the European Commission announced several initiatives regarding the regulation of mobility services. It adopted a guidance notice for national and local authorities that clarifies...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

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1st November 2022

Prerequisites to Having On-Demand Mobility

In October, The Routing Company (TRC) announced the launch of Pingo Journey, which offers users on-demand transit and end-to-end journey planning in one app. It delivers Google Maps functionality...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

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28th October 2022

Eliminating the Grey Areas of CAV Insurance

The UK government is taking some positive steps forward with regard to addressing some of the great areas of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) liability and insurance. That’s the...

By Graham Jarvis

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25th October 2022

Future Prospects of Autonomous On-Demand Mobility

Dr Shafiq Urréhman is leading all artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning projects at CEVT AB in Sweden reveals that in his opinion there are two distinct mobility trends:...

By Graham Jarvis

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19th October 2022

Smartphone’s Affect on Future Infotainment

In 2011, Toyota President Akio Toyoda famously said his company would be producing cars that were smartphones on wheels. Since then, this analogy has been repeated by several auto...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

18th October 2022

What Will Be the In-Vehicle Connectivity Gold Standard for ADAS?

The automotive market is very close to adopting the MIPI A-PHY standard for CSI-2 and the DSI-2 standard for connectivity. Daniel Shwartzberg, director of automotive system solutions at Valens...

By Graham Jarvis

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17th October 2022

Learning from Norway’s Rapid EV Adoption

Norway is five to ten years ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to EV adoption. It’s on target to reach 100% electrification by 2025. The...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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5th October 2022

Employee-Driven Rideshare Powered by Telematics

Telematics may have taken something of a back seat in terms of passenger car technology lately but it is still the driving power for one mobility provider’s growth plans....

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4th October 2022

The Need to ‘Green’ Electric Vehicles

Many people hold the perception that electric vehicles are greener and, in some respects, cheaper to run than their internal combustion engine diesel and gasoline counterparts. However, the reality...

By Graham Jarvis