Data & Analytics

20th August 2018

Being at End of ICE Age, Doesn’t Mean Anytime Soon

Alternative fuels are gaining popularity but combustion engines will still rule the roost for many years yet, Eric Volkman discovers. Is the internal combustion engine (ICE) roaring towards extinction...

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16th August 2018

Auto Software with ‘Birth Certificates’ Suggests BlackBerry QNX

Specialized in-car apps don’t have to pose a risk, BlackBerry QNX’s John Wall, tells Louis Bedigian. App stores have been essential to the success of smartphones, providing a multitude...

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8th August 2018

Connecting All Mobility Solutions in a Single IoT Hub

How future mobility service providers’ relationships could evolve, explored by Simmi Sinha. The innovation in digital technologies are transforming vehicles and how we interact with them, they are also...

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7th August 2018

Making Tomorrow’s Auto Tech Safe Today

Graham Jarvis assesses the cyber-security risks of emerging autonomous technology. All the major automakers are currently developing autonomous technologies and solutions for their future autonomous vehicles. These technologies introduce...

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3rd August 2018

Smashing Through Consumer Barriers to Driverless Cars

Ways to get consumers prepared for bad autonomous news, explored by Andrew Williams. As the autonomous vehicle sector gathers pace, developers around the world are becoming increasingly aware of...

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26th July 2018

Building automotive security from the inside out

The role of telematics in locking hackers out of vehicles explored by Graham Jarvis. Many cyber-security techniques focus on securing the perimeter of critical computer systems and on recovering...

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13th July 2018

Visions of bot-friendly consumers

Making driverless consumer-ready investigated by Siegfried Mortkowitz. The development of autonomous vehicle technology has suffered more setbacks this year.  First, a 49-year-old woman died after being struck by a...

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15th June 2018

Data may answer human-machine handoff dilemma

Resolving the risks of human to machine handover in semi-autonomous vehicles, investigated by Susan Kuchinskas. Some think that it’s completely unrealistic to expect a human driver to be ready...

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6th June 2018

Making sense of future sensor choices

Choosing between smart of dumb sensor systems, explored by Andrew Williams. Although the capabilities of sensor technology have grown exponentially over the last few years a lot of fine...

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20th April 2015

Lack of huge public spending will kill off autonomous vehicles

With the UK’s roads being among the worst in Europe, there seems little chance that the driverless car will ever be a mass-market solution despite the technological capabilities that...

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