22nd October 2015

Video: Carmakers have responsibility to deliver connectivity to customers

Catch up with all the latest ion telematics at TU-Automotive Europe 2015 this November 2-3.


19th October 2015

Weekly Brief: Abracadabra, Tesla Model S turns into self-driving car

The Tesla Model S went to sleep Tuesday night and awoke the next morning a self-driving car. Talk about an upgrade. It came over-the-air (OTA) as part of Tesla’s...


16th October 2015

Ford takes a peek at ‘Uber’ car ownership

Ford is fulfilling a pledge it made at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to become a major mobility provider by piloting several schemes including one that could make...


5th October 2015

Weekly Brief: Toyota brings first V2I and V2V tech to mass market

In this week’s Brief: Toyota, GM, Tesla, Audi, Ford, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Lexus, INRIX, PSA Peugeot Citroën, ITS World Congress and Boston Consulting Group.   It’s about...


29th September 2015

Connectivity, the key to restoring consumer trust

Volkswagen Group has been caught cheating emissions testing and has recalled nearly 500,000 vehicles in the US while also admitting there are 11M worldwide that carry the ‘defeat device’...


17th September 2015

Despite its economic downturn, Brazil offers telematics opportunities

Driving your car, listening to your music playlist and make a reservation at your favourite restaurant to meet your friends all at the same time. To many Brazilians, this...


3rd September 2015

How customer experience is driving the connected car

According to a 2014 Harris Poll AutoTECHCASTSM study, 42% of car owners of models purchased in 2009 or more recently are aware of connected cars, although levels of familiarity...


26th June 2015

Ford edges closer to autonomous production

Bloomberg reports this is a sign that Ford is getting closer to putting an autonomous auto on the road. In a statement from Ford’s research lab in Palo Alto,...


26th June 2015

Weekly Brief: Mini, Opel and Ford add to car-sharing gold rush

In this week’s Brief: MINI, Airbnb, BMW, BMW DriveNow, Opel, Toyota, Ford, Getaround, easyCar Club, Google, OnStar, Chevrolet, Nokia HERE, Facebook, Apple, Uber, Baidu, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Bloomberg, Jaguar,...


23rd June 2015

180-degree cameras to aid safety at road junctions

The Front Split View Camera will be available as an option on the new Ford Galaxy and S-MAX and displays a 180-degree view from the front of the car,...


8th June 2015

Carmakers prepare to go to war over dashboards

Bloomberg reports Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, will explore working with Ford on integrating smartphone applications into cars, the two companies said in e-mailed statements. Ford said its SmartDeviceLink...


26th May 2015

Ford rolls out GoDrive across London

Its GoDrive service claims to offer flexible, practical and affordable access to a fleet of cars for one-way journeys with easy parking throughout the city. The project started as...