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15th December 2017

Journeys on the edge: ADAS, data and edge computing

According to Recode magazine, “The future of advanced-edge computing is actually in autonomous cars”. The article says companies such as Intel, Nvidia, ARM, Harman and Qualcomm “see connected cars...

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16th October 2017

Weekly Brief: Coming to your mailbox soon, self-driving mail trucks

The US Postal Service is looking to reinvent itself and save millions through self-driving tech. Andrew Tolve reports. Snail mail is about to go semi-autonomous: the US Postal Service...

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1st September 2017

AI: The next smart step for automotive

Artificial intelligence – machines that can learn and act on their own – is enabling the automotive industry to make great leaps toward autonomy. In a few cases, it's...

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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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9th June 2017

Carmakers shifting up from hardware into services

Automakers are facing the biggest disruption to their traditional business model, ever. No longer is selling cars to dealerships and then obtaining aftermarket revenues from servicing and repairs enough....

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15th May 2017

Weekly Brief: T-Mobile looks to undercut the fleet telematics market

Can anyone match all the free telematics stuff that T-Mobile is giving away? Andrew Tolve reports. There is no other telecommunications company on the planet quite like T-Mobile. Routinely...

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20th March 2017

Weekly Brief: Intel takes risky bet on the connected car

With its purchase of Mobileye, Intel proves it will pay anything to ensure a central role in the connected car frenzy. Andrew Tolve reports. Intel staked its claim to the...

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10th March 2017

‘Game of Drones’ for the driverless car

For all the talk surrounding autonomous vehicles, little has been said about the technology’s roots in entertainment. Sci-fi movies have showcased the potential of self-driving cars for several years...

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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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11th November 2016

Driverless demands will cull navigation providers, says TomTom

Not only will the mass adoption of driverless technology become a game-changer for navigation providers, it will bring with it a rush of consolidation in the industry. That’s because...

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17th August 2016

Making ADAS relevant in a driverless world

Recently ABI Research forecast that the ADAS market will be worth $132Bn (£90Bn) by 2026 and, by the end of 2016, analysts believe it will be worth a staggering...

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29th July 2016

Driverless cars will have to ‘understand’ human behaviour

In the ongoing quest to develop autonomous vehicles, researchers face a number of challenges relating to object detection, sensor technology, safety, software, reliability and communication.  In seeking to overcome...

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