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27th April 2018

Lessons in building smarter cities

Most industry experts believe vehicle communication will drive the nascent stages of smart cities as they interact with not only each other but also with basically everything else in...

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27th April 2018

Lessons in building smarter cities

How V2X can help cities function better in a connected world, explored by Robert Gray. Most industry experts believe vehicle communication will drive the nascent stages of smart cities...

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9th April 2018

Weekly Brief: Real world driverless testing could be banned

ACM believes that we should test and validate self-driving tech before we unleash it on public roads. Andrew Tolve reports. In the wake of two fatal accidents in the...

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16th February 2018

Hooking up to the IoT with a clear conscience

The United States Senate will consider the SELF-DRIVE Act that will, among other things, require car makers to develop plans or automotive cyber security, while also directing NHTSA to...

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22nd September 2017

Ford, Microsoft pioneer mixed-reality design

Somewhere between the visceral feel of a hard clay or foam model and the ether of virtual reality, Ford is experimenting with a new mixed-reality technology that combines physical...

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24th July 2017

Weekly Brief: Lyft self-driving division closes gap with Uber

Lyft wakes up to the fact that it needs its own self-driving tech to compete in the future of ridesharing. Andrew Tolve reports. Six months of scandals, dustups and...

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17th July 2017

Weekly Brief: Audi debuts world’s first Level 3 autonomous vehicle

Hate driving in traffic? The new Audi A8 has got that handled for you. Andrew Tolve reports. When Audi's new A8 flagship executive cruiser trundles off the factory line...

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27th February 2017

Weekly Brief: Peugeot push the driverless envelope at MWC

Carmaker chooses communications tech conference to showcase its autonomous sports car and personal assistant. Paul Myles and Andrew Tolve report. French manufacturer Peugeot chose this week’s Mobile World Congress 2017 in...

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20th February 2017

Weekly Brief: IBM and Visa want the credit card car

The race is on for in-car payment capabilities with tech giants taking on automotive players Shell and Jaguar. Andrew Tolve reports. At the grand opening of its $200M (£161M)...

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9th January 2017

Weekly Brief: Connected cars dominate mobile tech at CES 2017

Carmakers used the Consumer Electronics Show to highlight the impending era of personalised technology in automobiles. Andrew Tolve reports. Hordes of tech enthusiasts descended on the Consumer Electronics Show...

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19th December 2016

Weekly Brief: Google introduces stand-alone robot car company Waymo

The new business becomes the overnight leader in autonomous vehicle technologies. Andrew Tolve reports. Seven years after inception, Google’s self-driving cars have finally earned themselves an independent business and...

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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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