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Why car makers should embrace built-in tech

Manufacturers are catering for the growing consumer demand for in-car features, while accessing significant financial and safety benefits such hardware can bring, writes Adam Gooch, commercial director, Insure Telematics Solutions. (more…)

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How does an autonomous vehicle learn to drive on busy streets?

William Sachiti, founder and chief executive officer, the Academy of Robotics, explains how to teach a self-driving car to see so it can learn to navigate its way around obstacles and moving cars, and avoid pedestrians in the road – even when someone runs out in front of it. (more…)

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IoT brings value by linking things that were previously separate

Phil Skipper, head of strategy and business development, IoT, Vodafone Enterprise, talked to the editor of IoT Now Transport, Annie Turner, about his company’s strategy and ambitions for transport. (more…)

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Autonomous car trials offer lessons and applications beyond the UK

Bryan Marshall, head of IoT & autonomous vehicle technology, Nominet, talked to the editor of IoT Now Transport, Annie Turner, about the UK’s Driven project, the intricacies of data exchange, the uncertain role of regulation around autonomous cars and what lessons could be applied elsewhere. (more…)

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UK brings connected and autonomous vehicle expertise to Copenhagen

The UK’s connected and autonomous vehicle industry will be showcased at the biggest global gathering of smart transport professionals, the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, on 17th-21st September. (more…)

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We need smarter apps and infrastructure to secure connected cars

From Elon Musk’s vision for a tunnel network underneath Los Angeles to Uber’s flying cars, we know the technological ambition to transform our road networks has arrived. Paul Dignan, global technical account manager, F5, writes that automotive companies have their foot on the pedal too. (more…)

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From football to fleet, Russia is doing well on both despite its taxi drivers

Russia staged a brilliant World Cup this summer, although many international fans who visited its major cities were frustrated by the experience of having to deal with its notorious scamming taxi drivers.  (more…)

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Autocab sees rapid growth as taxi firms snap up tech to combat Uber

Transportation software provider Autocab has claimed to become one of the fastest growing tech companies in the North West, following the decision to change its business model. (more…)

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Aptiv celebrates 5,000 self-driving public rides

When will self-driving cars become available for consumer use? The truth is they already have. (more…)

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Software development in automotive design: compliance and other challenges

Software development is fundamental to the delivery of any Internet of Things (IoT) project, not least in the automotive industry, ranging from remote updates through to driverless vehicles, says Richard Bellairs, PRQA, part of the Perforce Software family. (more…)

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