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Sceptical motorists are not yet ready for driverless cars

Hesitation around the uptake of technology isn’t a new, and we are still in the very early stages of the product lifecycle for autonomous vehicles, but many high-profile developments and complications have split the public’s attitude towards it, writes Sean Kemple, director, Close Brothers Motor Finance. (more…)

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Huawei debuted the Mobile Data Centre at Huawei Connect 2018

At Huawei Connect 2018, Huawei launched its Mobile Data Centre (MDC). Covering chips, platform, operating system, and development framework, the software and hardware integrated solution is positioned to fuel autonomous driving. (more…)

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Samsung expands Exynos and Isocell brands to include automotive-grade solutions

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a world provider in advanced semiconductor technology, announced two new automotive solution brands — Samsung Exynos Auto and Samsung Isocell Auto – to bring cutting-edge application processor and image sensor technology solutions to the road. (more…)

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C2a Security named finalist at 2018 Mondial Paris auto show’s tech start-up awards

Cyber 2 Automotive Security (C2a), an OurCrowd Labs/02 portfolio company, whose patented Stamper technology protects connected cars from cyber threats, was named a finalist at the 2018 Mondial.Tech Paris Start-up awards. (more…)

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Volkswagen and Microsoft partner to give drivers a connected ride

As Volkswagen began planning for its push into electric cars and autonomous technology, the company faced a major challenge — how to build a connected car that enabled drivers to seamlessly access digital services on the go. (more…)

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Toyota and SoftBank in partnership to establish joint venture for new mobility services

Toyota Motor Corporation and SoftBank Corporation have agreed to form a strategic partnership to facilitate the creation of new mobility services, and plan to establish a joint venture company, Monet Technologies Corporation, before the end of the 2018 fiscal year (April 2019). (more…)

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Are the politicians getting ahead of themselves over driverless?

These days party political conferences are often packed with speeches that mention the role of technology that will drive economies forward, (more…)

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The future of transport will be on-demand

In today’s on-demand society, the concept of ownership is being transformed, says Russell Goodenough, client managing director of Transport at Fujitsu. He explains the profound impacts this will have on humans’ mobility. (more…)

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Functionality beats security in connected cars, but analytics are leading the fight-back

Rusty Carter, VP of product management at Arxan Technologies talked to Annie Turner about why security still isn’t at the top of the connected car agenda and the smart things some automakers are doing about. (more…)

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Is Musk’s open source move the tip of the iceberg for automotive disruptors?

Tesla has been in the headlines a lot this year and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to work out what the future holds for this pioneering car maker and its’ icon leader, says, Chris Clark, principal security engineer at Synopsys. (more…)

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