INRIX

5th January 2017

TU-Automotive’s Consumer Telematics Show: innovation on all fronts

Innovation was the major theme of the Consumer Telematics Conference 2017, held this week in Las Vegas. Autonomous driving itself was positioned as a given: automakers will continue on...

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4th November 2016

TU-Automotive Europe 2016 – Day Two

If you've missed it, you catch up with Day One. The second day of TU-Automotive Europe 2016 began as the first day had concluded: with future mobility services. “Cities...

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1st August 2016

Weekly Brief: INRIX taps car big data to revolutionise billboards

At high motorway speeds, you can't process much from a billboard. Maybe a word or two. A bold image. In gridlock, on the other hand, you can consume whole...

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14th July 2016

Data joining the dots for city parking

Modern cars produce up to 1 gigabyte of data, the equivalent of sending 200,000 plain text emails each second, but up until recently most of this information vanished after...

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Mind the gap between roads, cars and data
8th July 2016

Mind the gap between roads, cars and data

The City of Seattle is replacing the failing Alaskan Way Viaduct with an underground tunnel that will transform the waterfront with new parks and amenities. However, construction of the...

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13th June 2016

Weekly Brief: TU-Automotive Detroit 2016 grabs the connected car headlines

In this week’s Brief: TU-Automotive Detroit, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Octo Telematics, State Auto, Movimento, Sierra Wireless, Qualcomm, INRIX, PayByPhone, Symantec, Nissan Airbiquity, Infiniti, VoiceBox, INRIX Open Car...

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9th June 2016

Auto players ‘boldly go’ towards tech horizon

The future of mobility and the autonomous vehicle dominated the debate on the opening day of TU-Automotive Detroit 2016 with the world’s biggest car-sharing firm, Zipcar, expressing its eagerness...

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23rd May 2016

Weekly Brief: Android Auto now works in any car, with or without embedded infotainment

Here’s the thing about dashboard infotainment systems: They don’t work very well. Year after year they rank as one of the most flawed features in cars, as consumers are...

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4th April 2016

Weekly Brief: Tesla debuts EV for the masses

The new Tesla Model 3, which launched last week, has much in common with its older siblings, the Model S and Model X, including a sleek design, a super...

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14th March 2016

Weekly Brief: GM pays more than $1Bn for start-up Cruise Automation

Most New Year’s resolutions make it a day or two. A few last a month. Even fewer reach Spring. Congratulations to General Motors (GM), then, which set out to...

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7th March 2016

Weekly Brief: A Google car crashes, world gasps, yet fuel-fumed Geneva Motor Show just smirks

All eyes should have been trained on Geneva Motor Show last week for the year’s premier European auto show; instead, a minor bump between a bus and a Google...

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29th January 2016

How private and public bodies must cooperate to ease mobility woes – Part II

From Part I The road to autonomy The panel of experts at Ford's Smart Mobility road show in Los Angeles were keen to hear if 2020 is still the target...

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