Data & Analytics

18th March 2022

Vital Cyber-Security Areas Automakers Must Focus On

In January, a teenager in Germany found a vulnerability in third-party software that let him remotely start 25 Teslas in 13 countries, find their locations and determine whether anyone...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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10th March 2022

Absolving Users of Blame in Driverless Cars Could Accelerate Adoption

TU-Automotive’s editor, Paul Myles, reports that “British lawyers are calling for automakers to shoulder unlimited legal responsibility for a driverless vehicle’s actions on the roads.” Subsequently, drivers will become...

By Graham Jarvis

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4th March 2022

Making Sense of the Automotive OTA Business Model

With Apple’s software-based services offering up 70% of its profit margins, the question is whether this over-the-air (OTA) business model will ever work in cars. In comparison car manufacturers...

By Graham Jarvis

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2nd March 2022

Poor Infrastructure a Serious Drag on Micro-Mobility

In a survey by Truesharing.ru, 71% Russians pointed at a lack or bad quality of cycling infrastructure as their biggest issue when using a scooter or a bicycle. This...

By Roma Nazarov

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24th February 2022

Technology Leads with Future In-House Dealership Models

In the US and other jurisdictions around the world, the independently owned and operated car dealership has been part of the auto industry for many a decade. Yet, in...

By Eric Volkman

18th February 2022

Russia Ramps Up Connected Car Mobility by 2030

The transportation strategy 2030 issued by the Russian government last November is the second of the four pillars of the country’s decade-long plan in new mobility. Other three are...

By Roma Nazarov

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11th February 2022

Killing Off ICE Slams Brakes on Eco Technology

With pressure growing on automakers to accelerate their evolution to EVs, plans for ICE development will certainly come to a close at some point but not quite yet. For...

2nd February 2022

Insurers Have Little to Fear with Driverless Technology

Dr Christoph Lauterwasser, managing director, Allianz Center for Technology claims in a press release, The new rules of the road: Get ready for driverless driving’, that the automobile liability...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th January 2022

Personalizing the Software defined Vehicle

The software-defined vehicle has arrived. Now automakers and Tier 1 suppliers are weighing whether personalization and customization for consumers will turn out to be the industry’s Holy Grail. Technological...

By Robert Gray

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12th January 2022

Insuring e-Scooter Mobility Hampered by Data

In Russia, the boom of e-scooter use in 2020 and 2021 resulted in an eight-fold overall growth of scooter-related traffic accidents. Public concerns are heightened from knowing that only...

By Roma Nazarov

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7th January 2022

Consumer Automotive Safety Rating to Enhance CAV Uptake

Thatcham Research and Zenzic are developing a consumer safety rating, which they hope will be adopted by Euro NCAP. The organizations have worked on safety testing for 25 years....

By Graham Jarvis

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23rd December 2021

Go-Ahead for MaaS Providers to Collect User Biometrics in Russia

Russian taxi and short-term car rent providers will be given a legislative permission to use the biometric technology ahead of other industries. A bill issued by the federal government...

By Roma Nazarov

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