Continental

21st May 2019

Continental’s Smart Heater Chooses Between Battery and Passengers

Continental has unveiled details of its ‘smart heater’ system that will decide when to heat up an EV’s battery instead of the car’s occupants. The system is a bid...

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8th May 2019

Blockchain Seen As Key to Realizing Connected Car Revenues

Blockchain technology is often lauded as being able offer improved security, transparency, and speed of transactions between data sets. Proponents of the technology, where a shared database exists on...

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25th April 2019

Only Some Biometrics Security Will Be Automotive Solutions

One of the main applications for vehicle biometrics lies within enhanced security enabling a vehicle user to unlock the car with a thumbprint, or facial recognition software to authenticate...

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11th April 2019

Automakers Working Hard to Build Trust in Autonomous

Concerns about safety are having a major impact on the autonomous vehicle industry, with the focus shifting to how automakers can win the public’s trust in self-driving vehicles. Meanwhile,...

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Porsche, Continental, Telcos, Institute Conclude Edge Connectivity Testing
27th March 2019

Porsche, Continental, Telcos, Institute Conclude Edge Connectivity Testing

Porsche’s IT consulting subsidiary MHP and Continental have concluded testing of edge computing as an enabler of vehicle connectivity. The automotive giants carried out the testing as a joint...

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Continental, Vodafone Claim C-V2X ‘Digital Safety Shield’
21st February 2019

Continental, Vodafone Claim C-V2X ‘Digital Safety Shield’

Continental and Vodafone are claiming 5G and cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technologies can prevent car accidents. At Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, the companies will demonstrate the ‘digital safety shield’, tech...

Continental’s Hohm: AV Market to ‘Dual-Stream’
28th January 2019

Continental’s Hohm: AV Market to ‘Dual-Stream’

Continental’s autonomous vehicle director says he expects the autonomous vehicle market to develop in a ‘two-streamed’ way. In an exclusive interview with TU-Automotive, Andree Hohm, the component maker’s director of...

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17th January 2019

Continental CEO Says Consumer Losing Confidence in Driverless Tech

Auto supply giant Continental believes the auto industry has an uphill struggle to offset a slump in consumer confidence over autonomous technology. One of the findings of its 2018...

8th January 2019

‘Walking Cars’ for Last-Step Delivery, Claims Hyundai

Surely one of the more outlandish flights of fancy in a conference full of dreamers, must be Hyundai’s “walking car” concept. Naturally in a bid to give the concept...

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20th December 2018

ADAS Building Favor Among Carbuyers, Says Continental

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are proving popular despite warnings from auto safety organizations concerning consumer confusion over the limitations of the technology. A study, commission by component maker...

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16th November 2018

ADAS Titles Confusing US Drivers, AAA Study Claims

American motorists are unaware that ADAS technology with names like Autopilot won’t, in reality, drive their car for them. These are the worrying findings of an AAA survey suggesting...

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Continental: Germans Increasingly Skeptical of AV Tech
12th November 2018

Continental: Germans Increasingly Skeptical of AV Tech

A Continental study shows German people are growing increasingly wary of autonomous vehicle technology. The component maker has carried out a survey in the country which has found 57%...

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