Data & Analytics

21st January 2021

Russian Regulators set Standard for Automotive Bigdata

The package of Russian national standards issued late last year establishes a regulatory framework for collection, storage and use of vehicle and road related data. The scheme named Platform...

By Roman Nazarov

19th January 2021

EAEU Greening its Transport but Without ICE Ban

In the next five years, member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) will not mimic Europe’s fashionable ICE bans. Dina Akpanbayeva, deputy director of the trade policy department...

By Roman Nazarov

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15th January 2021

ODD Collaboration Needed for AV Safety

The creation of an operational design domain (ODD) will be an essential component to the widespread adoption and deployment of self-driving vehicles. ODDs, a term that defines all conceivable...

12th January 2021

Fleets and EVs Could Pose Greatest Cyber Risk, Says GuardKnox

Connected Fleets and EVs could be at the biggest risk of future mass infrastructure cyber hacks that automakers will have to gear up to prevent. That’s the view of...

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8th January 2021

Building Insurance Business Using Data to Set Prices

TU-Automotive reported in November that General Motors is launching itself into the insurance market. The aim is to use driving and vehicle data to set insurance prices employing its...

By Graham Jarvis

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6th January 2021

Get Ready for In-Vehicle HMI to get ‘Unreal’

Is the automotive HMI of the future a blank expanse of wood, cloth or plastic? In a concept BMW dubbed “shy tech” in its Vision iNEXT, controls lurk underneath...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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5th January 2021

Vehicle Subscription Services Taking hold in India

Car subscription has never been a popular choice for private car buyers in India where many take pride in owning a car as an asset. However, while car subscription...

By Simmi Sinha

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4th January 2021

On the Road with Future In-Vehicle Sat Navs

Artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) are already riding shotgun in the cockpit of some connected vehicles. Now industry executives are planning the next advancements they say will...

By Robert Gray

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22nd December 2020

MaaS Pits Insurers Against Automakers over Data

The shift away from personal vehicle ownership has been slowed owing to the pandemic as consumers seek a safe space. So, while car-and ridesharing had seen tremendous adoption over...

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18th December 2020

Importance of Simplicity in SaaS for Mobility Analytics

The use of software as a service (SaaS) for mobility analytics applications has the potential to offer several end-user benefits. Advantages such as a more streamlined, intuitive and all-encompassing...

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17th December 2020

Autonomous Dream Could Face a Data Logjam

As vehicles become increasingly connected, different stakeholders are looking to benefit from the information that connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) provide. However, as TU-Automotive contributor Nathan Eddy says, the...

By Graham Jarvis

11th December 2020

Governments Must Help Consortia Drive Autonomous Progress

There are a number of consortia being created to push the way for us all to see connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) on our roads. Nissan, for example, has...

By Graham Jarvis

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