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27th April 2018

Lessons in building smarter cities

How V2X can help cities function better in a connected world, explored by Robert Gray. Most industry experts believe vehicle communication will drive the nascent stages of smart cities...

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27th April 2018

Insurers begin batting their digital eyelashes

Move being made to make insurance digitally attractive investigated by Graham Jarvis. Traditionally insurance has not been seen as the most innovative and the sexiest profession to embark on...

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27th April 2018

LCVs can be at forefront of autonomy, says Citroën

City goods delivery will be the biggest challenge for driverless tech, Citroën’s David McQueen told Paul Myles. While much has been debated about personal consumer vehicle autonomy, adoption of...

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26th April 2018

Toyota Expands Connected Services Subsidiary Into Europe

Toyota is focusing on mobility markets in Europe with the launch of Toyota Connected Europe, which will leverage the company's data center.

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26th April 2018

Ride-Hailing Demands Good GPS & AVs Will Need It Even More

GPS is a useful tool, but it needs to be more accurate, especially as autonomous cars take over the ride-sharing market. Here's what Lyft is doing to improve the...

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25th April 2018

Toyota Avalon Sports ADAS Features, Safety Connect Offer

Toyota adds an extensive list of advanced safety features to its Avalon sedan, as well as high-performance infotainment options and five USB ports.

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25th April 2018

North America Will Adopt AVs First, Forecast Finds

In the coming years, North America, followed by Europe, will dominate the market for autonomous vehicles, which will likely start off as commercial offerings. China will catch up later.

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24th April 2018

Huawei, Groupe PSA Debut DS 7 Crossback Connected Car

Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, and Groupe, Europe's second-biggest automaker, have join forces to offer connected cars to consumers. The DS 7 Crossback is their first vehicle.

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24th April 2018

Michigan, UK Join Forces on Connected Cars & AVs

The new inked agreement between the UK and Michigan should help to accelerate the development of connected and autonomous cars on both sides of the Atlantic.

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23rd April 2018

Nissan Rogue Sport Offers More Standard ADAS Safety Features

Nissan continues to expand its standard offering of ADAS safety features such as automatic emergency braking and blind spot warning. This time, the company has added the technology to...

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23rd April 2018

Should Government Brake or Accelerate Self-Driving Cars?

A recent debate among government regulators and auto industry executives shows that the road to autonomous cars is no straight line.

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20th April 2018

Driven Consortium Tests Connected Fleet Vehicles in UK

Autonomous vehicles will have to talk to each other, and those conversations can be used to make vehicles smarter and safer. This is what the UK-based Driven consortium is...

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