European Union

15th May 2019

Russia Torn Between East And West in Auto Connectivity

The majority of Russian first responders were connected to fleet telematic solutions in the past ten years thus reducing response time by up to 50% from the pre-connectivity era....

By Roma Nazarov

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24th April 2019

Call to Retrofit EVs With ‘Engine Noises’ to Save Lives

While EVs sold in Europe from this autumn will start making noise, existing vehicles will still pose a hazard to pedestrians unaware of a vehicle’s approach. From September this...

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19th February 2019

Satellite Providers Claim to Close Cellular Connectivity Gaps

The future of the connected car is orbiting in space. At least, that’s what proponents of satellite technology espouse. Satellite, of course, is the backbone of the GPS technology...

By Eric Volkman

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ACEA Criticizes EU’s Electric Truck Charger Shortage
18th January 2019

ACEA Criticizes EU’s Electric Truck Charger Shortage

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has attacked the EU for maintaining a deficit of electric truck charging infrastructure. The ACEA has published a report claiming the shortage of...

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12th December 2018

Honda Safe Swarm V2X Tech Looks DSRC Facing

Honda returns to CES next year to showcase its latest advances on V2X communications that works without cellular communication technology. The Honda Safe Swarm is the carmaker’s vision of...

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11th December 2018

EU Gears Up For Billion Dollar Climate Fine For VW

Most carmakers are still sailing a course into swingeing punitive fines by the European Union for missing their CO₂ emissions targets with Volkswagen topping the list. That’s the assessment...

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19th November 2018

BMW, Ericsson & Vodafone Pushing C-V2X Adoption in EU

A group of tech, telecom and auto heavyweights are lobbying the European Union to adopt C-V2X technology in the coming years.

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12th June 2018

Driver Safety Trumps Data Security, Survey Indicates

Drivers want to use connected services and be safer on the road, but they are concerned about data protection and safety, according to a new industry study.

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19th May 2017

Experts warn against focus on connected car hardware

Technology alone is not enough to roll out connected cars in Europe, auto-industry and European Union experts agree. The key, speakers say during the “Connected Cars Europe 2017” conference...

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18th April 2016

Weekly Brief: Declaration of Amsterdam sees EU unite for self-driving cars

The race to deploy self-driving cars has turned into real sport these days, what with carmakers and tech companies around the world angling to claim first to market advantage....

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