Data & Analytics

4th May 2020

Facing Up the Driverless Car Barriers

Over the next decade connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are expected to generate millions of dollars for the global economy. At least, that’s what’s currently predicted by many people...

By Graham Jarvis

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1st May 2020

Judging the Insurance Risks of Connected Cars

Connected cars are here and will only get more connected as the industry players vie for control of the user’s data. “Most, if not all vehicles built today and...

By Olena Kagui

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29th April 2020

Russia Claims First Retrofit Driverless Truck Tech

Russian truck-maker Kamaz is claiming the world’s first retrofit autonomous driving system for heavy-duty vehicles. The manufacturer presented teaser shots, a video clip and a brief description of the...

By Roma Nazarov

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27th April 2020

In-Car Payments Set to Explode With Autonomous Adoption

The opportunities for in-car payments and revenue streams are extensive but will depend on a comprehensive network of partnerships between financial institutions, commercial businesses and the carmakers themselves. More...

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24th April 2020

Connectivity Solutions to Prevent Highway Pile-ups

Cranfield University researchers in the UK are participating in a Multi-Car Collision Avoidance (MuCCA) research and development project. This project which aims to reduce the number of motorway pile-ups...

By Graham Jarvis

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23rd April 2020

With Connected Cars, Zero Trust is Best Security Advice

The road to fully autonomous vehicles has many obstacles but perhaps none more insidious than hacking. Cyber-security experts say improvements have been made but there’s much work to be...

By Robert Gray

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22nd April 2020

Putting the Fun Factor into Connected Cars

The future of in-car infotainment faces a digital crossroads. Automakers, content providers, network operators and Tier One suppliers are all wrangling with the unique opportunities offered by touch and...

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17th April 2020

Kamaz’s Push-me-Pull-you AV Truck Starts Testing

Russian truck maker Kamaz claims to have begun physical testing of an autonomous cabless concept truck. The BEV dubbed Chelnok, meaning shuttle, targets short-range transportation of goods in closed...

By Roma Nazarov

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14th April 2020

5G Promises Much But Can’t Answer All AV Questions

The connected, 5G future has many promises that come with big demands. As the next generation in mobile connectivity it offers the capability to process terabytes of data per...

By Graham Jarvis

8th April 2020

Making EV a Preferred Option

Electric vehicle makers may have a bumpy uphill journey towards mass consumer adoption, however, there are solutions coming to market. Analysts, researchers and incentive facilitators offer insight into how...

By Lynn Walford

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7th April 2020

Kia Warns Against Demonizing Hybrid Powertrains

UK government plans to bring forward a total ban on new cars with ICE powertrains risks derailing automakers’ electrification strategies. That’s the opinion of Paul Philpott, president and CEO...

1st April 2020

2G, Not 5G, Best Bet to Accelerate Driverless Tech

Making our existing cars more ‘clever’ could be a better way of getting autonomous cars safely on our streets rather than relying on 5G connectivity. That’s the view of...

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