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14th October 2020

Protecting Connected Cars’ Over-the-Air Software Updates

Over-the-air updates of software in cars will be necessary to keep the vehicle software up-to-date and to rapidly identify and address vulnerabilities, writes John Tuttle. However, unfortunately OTA updates...

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13th October 2020

Cabin Monitoring Will Define Cockpit of the Future, Improve Your Mood

In the cockpit of the future, you won’t be able to buy happiness, but you will be able to pay for a better mood, writes Drew Winter. “Vehicle cabin...

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23rd July 2020

Industry Voices: Hardware Will Ease Transition to Electrification

Close cooperation between manufacturer and supplier is a must, particularly as the requirements at a component level can be entirely different for electric or hybrid vehicles, writes Andreas Minatti....

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10th July 2020

Industry Voices: OEMs, Device Providers Face Off

Android Automotive seems particularly positioned to penetrate the automotive infotainment market as a universal platform, writes Fabian Chowanetz. The battle to own the in-vehicle digital experience is heating up....

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9th July 2020

Industry Voices: Building a Mobile Career

While the broader economy is trying to find a way out of the COVID-19 crisis, that doesn’t mean you – as a student or young professional in engineering –...

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18th May 2018

Connectivity must be available everywhere for in-vehicle emergency calling to be effective

Self-driving vehicles will dramatically reduce or altogether eliminate motor vehicle accidents and accompanying casualties, fatalities and property damage. That is the hope of the automotive community of manufacturers, suppliers,...

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11th May 2018

JLR combines interior simplicity with tech

In the past few years, the humble dial has become an endangered species as automakers shift to touchscreens and other fingertip controls. Yet, Jaguar Land Rover is embracing the...

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8th May 2018

ELS Studio 3D sounds like good idea for Acura RDX

Fifteen years ago, Tom Dunn of the Panasonic electronics company sat in on an industry panel discussion during which eight-time Grammy-winning sound engineer Elliot Scheiner rapped the quality of...

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8th May 2018

ELS Studio 3D sounds like good idea for Acura RDX

Fifteen years ago, Tom Dunn of the Panasonic electronics company sat in on an industry panel discussion during which eight-time Grammy-winning sound engineer Elliot Scheiner rapped the quality of...

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30th April 2018

2018 Wards 10 Best Interiors: What a concept!

From an array of blazing colours and digital dials that perform multiple functions to an in-floor storage bin that can be used to both measure and preserve caught fish, this...

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20th April 2018

Valens’ high-speed answer to car connectivity

In-car connectivity is strangling the auto industry. So says Daniel Shwartzberg, whose company, Israel-based microchip supplier Valens, is offering a solution that appears to be gaining traction with automakers...

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16th April 2018

IAV sees huge potential with 3D-printed pistons

Besides tires, few components on a vehicle take as much punishment as pistons in an internal-combustion engine. Constantly pumping at speeds up to 39 ft. (12 m) per second...

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