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UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

🕔10:48, 15.Mar 2017

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee today publishes its report Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: The future? The report sets out recommendations for the Government to ensure it makes policy and investment decisions that enable the UK to receive

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How innovators are making infotainment personal through telematics

How innovators are making infotainment personal through telematics

🕔19:44, 23.Jul 2016

Smartphones are at the centre of personalisation because they are very personal devices,” says Brian Hamilton, senior vice-president and general manager of music and auto for Gracenote. “They have the ability to understand what we’ve been doing unlike any other

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U-M, Toyota announce plan to equip 5,000 Ann Arbor cars for connected vehicle research

U-M, Toyota announce plan to equip 5,000 Ann Arbor cars for connected vehicle research

🕔15:25, 14.Apr 2016

Toyota and the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) announced a partnership Wednesday morning that will allow everyday vehicles in Ann Arbor to be used for connected and autonomous vehicle research. The partnership aims to help the newly launched Ann

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Netherlands goes Driverless

Netherlands goes Driverless

🕔14:55, 14.Apr 2016

Transport Ministers released the Declaration of Amsterdam on Cooperation in the field of connected and automated driving. FIA Region I and its European Mobility Clubs welcomes the Dutch Presidency’s ambition to facilitate the introduction of highly automated and connected vehicles

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All New Cars to be Internet-Enabled by 2025

All New Cars to be Internet-Enabled by 2025

🕔16:17, 14.Mar 2016

The demand for seamless connectivity through mobile devices will not only be limited to high-end cars but across all car segments. The demand for seamless connectivity through mobile devices will not only be limited to high-end cars but across all

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Thinking Highways Launches New Digital Monthly Magazine – THM

Thinking Highways Launches New Digital Monthly Magazine – THM

🕔13:03, 4.Mar 2016

Thinking Highways Monthly is here! H3B Media are pleased to announce that the first issue of our new regular online-only title is available to view or download now.  Click on THM in the menu bar to access our new magazine,

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Bluejay’s ‘Smart Mount’ Will Connect Your Car and Phone

Bluejay’s ‘Smart Mount’ Will Connect Your Car and Phone

🕔10:46, 29.Feb 2016

While many auto manufacturers are piling onto smartphone integration systems like Apple CarPlay and Android auto, all other vehicles – old and new – are left with weak or no connectivity between their mobile devices and vehicles’ infotainment systems. Today, The

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Sierra Wireless Modules Enable Connectivity in Smart Parking Systems

Sierra Wireless Modules Enable Connectivity in Smart Parking Systems

🕔14:45, 23.Feb 2016

Parkeon, a global leader in parking, transit and urban mobility solutions, has selected Sierra Wireless’s AirPrime® HL Series embedded modules to enable cellular connectivity in smart parking deployments worldwide.The next-generation smart parking kiosks from Parkeon are already being deployed in

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BMW Presents the Vehicular Crowd Cell to Optimize Networks

BMW Presents the Vehicular Crowd Cell to Optimize Networks

🕔11:43, 23.Feb 2016

At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the BMW Group is unveiling the research project “Vehicular Crowd Cell”. This project extends the concept of the Vehicular Small Cell presented last year in Barcelona. While the “Vehicular Small Cell” is a mobile

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India Becomes Experimenting Ground for Tech Companies Such as Uber

India Becomes Experimenting Ground for Tech Companies Such as Uber

🕔17:39, 18.Feb 2016

Uber or Ola? Oyo Rooms or AirBnB? As new ideas and enterprises in what is dubbed “sharing economy” or “collaborative consumption” sweeps the world, India has become the great crucible of experimentation to see what works and what doesn’t. Two back-to-back

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