Tag Archives: Connected Vehicles

Self driving vehicle partnership struck

Uber and Daimler are cooperating on the development and operation of connected, autonomous, shared electric vehicles. Daimler and Uber have agreement on their intent to cooperate on the supply and operation of self-driving vehicles. Daimler also plans to introduce self-driving …

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Connected car development partnership

Volkswagen and LG sign agreement to collaborate on the development of technology to connect vehicles to the smart home. Volkswagen and LG Electronics have agreed to perform joint research and development on a new connected car service platform. As part …

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CAN bus anomoly detection for securing cars from cyber threats

IT security specialist develops Anomaly Detection system to analyse CAN bus communications for potential presence of malicious code. With a long-established presence in the field of cyber security for home and office systems, Symantec is now giving the automotive industry …

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Telematics data collection standard in development

Open standard for the collection of vehicle sensor data for telematics could see car manufacturers building in insurance telematics devices. Octo Telematics is developing a non-proprietary protocol for telematics data collection, within the in-vehicle Java Virtual Machine (JVM) environment. The …

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Connected infrastructure testing to begin in UK

HORIBA MIRA joins the UK CITE consortium and begins working on the first phase of testing autonomous and connected vehicles and infrastructure. A new project has now been started using money from the £100 million Intelligent Mobility Fund released by …

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Bridging the connectivity gap for emergency vehicles

TomTom and vehicle radio specialist collaborate on developing integrated connectivity of devices used by emergency services in their vehicles. Navigation and mapping specialist, TomTom has teamed up with elektronik-labor CARLS to provide radio applications for emergency services based on TomTom …

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Smartphone dock with voice recognition and gesture control

A dashboard mounting for smartphones and accompanying app aims to reduce distracted driving by enabling voice activation and gesture control capabilities. Logitech has introduced the Logi ZeroTouch Air Vent and Logi ZeroTouch Dashboard smart car mounts for Android smartphones that …

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Cyber vulnerabilities go beyond roadside infrastructure

Electronic transport infrastructure vulnerabilities are just one aspect of the problems facing future transport systems, according to security experts. A recent report from cyber-security company, Kaspersky Lab, has shown that research it conducted in Moscow brought to light the vulnerability …

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Vision of the connected car of the future

Bosch unveils its future transport connected car with a vision of automated driving and the vehicle as a fully connected personal assistant. Attendees of the re:publica event taking place this week in Berlin will get a glimpse of the future …

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Built-in dashboard app protects child pedestrians

Volkswagen partnership aims to bring smart dashboard app into future models to detect impending danger for children approaching moving vehicles. German company, Coodriver has come into the radar of Volkswagen as the two companies sign a partnership agreement to integrate …

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