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3rd April 2018

Fatal Tesla Crash Puts Autopilot in Spotlight Again

While the automated truck market is expected to grow steadily to $1.7 billion by 2025, the Allied Market Research report notes that hacking concerns could put a brake on...

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22nd February 2018

Gallup: US Drivers Not Sold on Autonomous Vehicles

A Gallup poll asked nearly 3,300 US adults their opinions about autonomous and self-driving vehicles. The results are in stark contrast to the enthusiasm coming out of Silicon Valley...

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21st February 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Safety Remains a Consumer Roadblock

Drivers across the globe are worried not only about on-the-road safety but also have concerns over who has access to their driving data, according to a new report.

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21st February 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Safety Remains a Consumer Roadblock

Drivers across the globe are worried not only about on-the-road safety but also have concerns over who has access to their driving data, according to a new report.

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22nd September 2017

Buckle up for different speeds of auto tech adoption

Driverless and electrification could be set to break-up our concept of globalisation where nations seek different mobility solutions based more on cultural than economic constraints. That’s the scene being...

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5th August 2016

Tough tech a must for connected cars

Digital technology has to prove it is every bit as robust as any other automotive product if the connected car has a long term future. That’s the opinion of...

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29th April 2016

Nissan wants global standards for the driverless car

As autonomous driving and sharing services advance worldwide, the land of mobility finds large changes arriving at its border. How do industry-leading companies respond to these looming changes? TU-Automotive...

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6th November 2015

Levelling the playing field for the driverless car: Part II

Catch up with Part I here>>>> Standards for the ‘Right’ Choice? The advent of automated driving may also lead to the requirement of standards for what could be described as...

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30th October 2015

Levelling the playing field for the driverless car: Part I

Barring an unforeseen development, such as a devastating economic downturn, an accident or other mishap that turns public opinion against the self-driven car or some technical issue that would...

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30th July 2015

Delphi acquisition a warning shot to carmakers?

The deal, reported by Bloomberg to be worth £1.07Bn, comes among a set of acquisitions Delphi has made to expand its vehicle connectivity power base. HellermannTyton is a Crawley...

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9th July 2015

How the bill for Vision Zero could contain many, many zeroes

Such a simple goal and yet it’s possible that it can only be achieved through a complex and collective effort on the part of policymakers, infrastructure owners, carmakers and...

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30th June 2015

Aiming for a Star risks taking your feet off the Earth

A quick tour of the new OnStar European command centre in Luton, England, sounded echoes of the well-established global base of the Renaissance Center in Detroit except, as yet,...

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