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11th May 2018

Spirent Developing V2X Testing for Cohda’s Wireless Modules

The partnership will see Spirent's WAVE-DSRC test software applied to Cohda's hardware modules, which are designed for use on connected vehicles.

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11th May 2018

Start-ups pose hacking threat to carmakers

BlackBerry’s Kaivan Karimi tells Louis Bedigian that some newcomers hold manufacturers to ransom. Ransomware is high on the list of concerns for autonomous and connected vehicles but it’s not...

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11th May 2018

Building the right digital insurance model

How auto insurance can accelerate digital transformation, explored by Ginny Weeks. Music, phones, photography and banking are just some of the examples of industries that have been transformed by...

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11th May 2018

Voyomotive Unveils a ‘Check Engine’ Light for the Rest of Us

Voyomotive is offering car owners a different way for car owners to diagnose problems with their vehicle.

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11th May 2018

Energy peaks no trough for EVs, says Nissan

Sharing energy will help to solve electric vehicle surge issues, Nissan’s Gareth Dunsmore tells Paul Myles. One of the biggest challenges facing the prospect of an all-electric transport future...

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10th May 2018

Ohio Governor Paves Way for Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Ohio joins states across the US in allowing testing of self-driving vehicles on public roads, building on the test programs already in place.

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10th May 2018

Future Ubers May Fly. Will Cities Let Them?

If Uber is having problems with its current Earth-bound fleet of ride-sharing vehicles, imagine the issues when it takes its service to the skies above major cities.

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9th May 2018

Subaru’s EyeSight ADAS Tech Wins Praise in HLDI Study

The HLDI study found that Subaru's EyeSight ADAS technology helped reduce pedestrian crashes.

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9th May 2018

Waymo Set for Public Driverless Ride Service This Year

The Waymo driverless ride service announcement from CEO John Krafcik at Google I/O comes as new information about Uber's fatal crash surfaces.

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8th May 2018

MIT’s MapLite Tech Could Take Autonomous Vehicles Off-Road

Today's self-driving vehicles do best navigating precisely plotted roads, but MIT researchers have developed a framework called MapLite, which helps pilot these cars with less reliance on GPS.

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8th May 2018

Volvo Looks to Supercharge Infotainment With Android

Giving Android a big boost in the auto industry, Volvo announced this week that its next-generation infotainment will offer a number of Google features, including Maps, Assistant and Play....

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7th May 2018

Police: Waymo Crash in Arizona Is Other Driver’s Fault

An accident involving a self-driving Waymo vehicle and another car is raising fresh questions about autonomous vehicle testing, although this time it appears the accident was the fault of...

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