Data & Analytics

29th June 2021

Wild and Woolly Driverless Tech Testing in Norway

Oslo kicked off its plans to integrate autonomous vehicles into its network transport network in January 2021 with a year-long autonomous vehicle trial. The city’s transport network is operated...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th June 2021

Risks for Insurers in Rush Towards Driverless Tech

Definitions are often important – no more so when it involves safety. This is why there was a call for evidence in August 2020, and a confirmation by the...

By Graham Jarvis

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16th June 2021

Driverless Tech Liability is All in the Wording

Designating autonomous vehicles as ‘drivers’ raises a variety of potential legal complications meaning self-driving cars will change how insurance companies price and sell policies. Meanwhile, governments, courts, insurers and...

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10th June 2021

Russian Clean Car Import Quotas Risk EV Take-Up

In the past month, the Russian government allowed some fragments of its green transport strategy 2030 to go public. Minister of industry and trade Denis Manturov said at the...

By Roma Nazarov

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8th June 2021

Software Defined Vehicles will Give Us the Brainiac Car

It wasn’t that long ago in our history when automobiles ran purely on their mechanical components. With the introduction, several decades ago, of basic computers to control fuel flow,...

By Eric Volkman

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4th June 2021

Challenges Facing Russia’s Soaring e-Scooter Sharing Market

In Russia, e-scooter rent volume is expected to triple by the end of the riding season. “In 2020, pilot projects of e-scooter sharing were presented in the most major...

By Roma Nazarov

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3rd June 2021

White Paper: Power of Emulation for EVs Part 2

Learn how design and test engineers use electric vehicle (EV)emulation technology to reduce the design verification cycle time and reduce the cost of test.

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3rd June 2021

Application Note: Verification of Interoperability of all EV and EVSE Charging Interfaces

Learn how to test worldwide electric vehicle (EV) charging standards more efficiently and speed the development cycle.

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3rd June 2021

Legislators Show Green Light to Russian AV Industry

The Russian government has issued a detailed plan of legal changes in support of AV testing and the launch of commercial use on public roads, without a safety driver...

By Roma Nazarov

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28th May 2021

Risks from Public Monopolies in the Transport Data Market

Launches of Russian state-owned integrated mobility platforms have given city councils a clear advantage over independent providers. Late last year, I attended a panel at Urban Mobility Forum in...

By Roma Nazarov

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27th May 2021

Robot-Only Roads Face Cost and Limited Benefits

Somewhere down the road, around the bend, and over the horizon, fully autonomous vehicles will be operating freely on highways and byways. They will deliver goods and transport people...

By Robert Gray

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21st May 2021

Automakers Must Grab the Lead in V2X Data Battle

Carmakers will lose the battle for control of data from the connected car unless they take the lead in setting industry standards. That’s the view of Dr Engelbert Wimmer,...

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