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16th July 2020

The Disrupters: The Mobility Game Post Pandemic

COVID-19 has presented fresh challenges to shared mobility companies. Job cuts and a near-total absence of customers for various time periods in many cases, while cities face budget shortfalls...

By Robert Gray

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3rd July 2020

Daimler Adopts IBM Cloud for Cyber-Security

With greater connectivity comes greater cyber-security risks which explains Daimler’s announcement of a data partnership with digital giant IBM. The pair have expanded their existing cyber agreement and the...

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27th April 2020

In-Car Payments Set to Explode With Autonomous Adoption

The opportunities for in-car payments and revenue streams are extensive but will depend on a comprehensive network of partnerships between financial institutions, commercial businesses and the carmakers themselves. More...

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29th August 2019

Are We being Dumb About Smart Cities?

Many techie types, government officials and self-driving car evangelists love the concept of the smart city. Over the past few years, the idea of an ultra-connected, data-driven, municipality running...

By Eric Volkman

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23rd May 2019

VW Launches Geolocation Shopping Pitch

Volkswagen has launched a vehicle finding app that will pitch shopping suggestions to its consumers. The ‘We Experience’ bolt-on has been added to its ‘Volkswagen We’ digital ecosystem in...

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13th February 2019

Harley-Davidson Turns To Cloud With New EV

Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire all-electric sports cruiser bike will draw on cloud, IoT and AI technologies, the iconic US brand has announced. The machine is part of the manufacture’s More Roads...

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Auto Tech Threat to Smart Cities, Report Claims
9th August 2018

Auto Tech Threat to Smart Cities, Report Claims

Cars can become both victims and perpetrators of anticipated hacking attacks on smart cities, a report has warned. For a white paper published by researchers at Threatcare and IBM X-Force...

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15th June 2018

Data may answer human-machine handoff dilemma

Resolving the risks of human to machine handover in semi-autonomous vehicles, investigated by Susan Kuchinskas. Some think that it’s completely unrealistic to expect a human driver to be ready...

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8th June 2018

Day Two TU-Automotive Detroit 2018: Partnerships and data to drive forward

The connected-car industry is coming together, for real. Susan Kuchinskas wraps up the second day in Novi, Michigan. Continued from Day One. The importance of breaking down siloes and...

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16th March 2018

Blockchain an anchor or a shackle for carmakers?

Car data, from vehicle performance to driving behaviour to toll booths, could be valuable if not for the thorny questions of who owns the data and who should have...

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26th February 2018

Weekly Brief: Waymo green light to run driverless taxis in Arizona

The speculation is over. The era of commercial robot-taxis has begun. Andrew Tolve reports. Taxi drivers beware, Waymo has just got the green light to start charging passengers for...

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9th January 2018

Winning the race for consumer confidence and data

The opportunities to make use of the huge data sets generated by connected and autonomous cars was a central theme at the 2018 Consumer Telematics Conference that brought together...

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