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Three transportation trends that will define 2019

Iteris, a US company, provides consulting services and IoT products that record and predict traffic and weather conditions. Here are CMO Joe Boissy’s predictions for 2019. (more…)

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Parking and the evolution of connected cars

Jonny Combe, UK CEO of PayByPhone, says that cashless parking technology is surging, but more work lies ahead before parking services can be offered as a built-in function in the connected cars of the future. (more…)

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Report breaks down $172.3bn autonomous vehicle market by autonomy level, powertrain, components and tech

A report called “Autonomous Vehicle Market by Autonomy Level (Semi-autonomous [Level 1 to 4] and Fully Autonomous [Level 5], Vehicle Powertrain, Components, and Supporting Tech (5G, AI, Edge Computi;ng, Smart Buildings, and more), Globally and Regionally 2019 – 2024 ” has just been published. (more…)

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Building the infrastructure for extraordinary next-generation transport

Rob Orr, executive commercial & marketing director, Virgin Media Business says incremental change to the infrastructure we have is how to progress to autonomous vehicles. (more…)

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The connected car in the embedded world

What’s the hardest job in car design? Here’s a clue, says Nick Booth: it’s one of four major disciplines. The curvature? The car shape? The wedges? No, it’s none of those. The toughest job for car designers, experts say, is Packaging. (more…)

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Ericsson trials high-speed wireless connectivity for open-road autonomous transport service with Transdev

The robust, agile and secure performance characteristics of LTE and 5G networks continue to drive the advancement of intelligent, autonomous transport solutions – enabled through critical mobile broadband services and low-latency vehicle-to-vehicle communication. (more…)

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AutoAir 5G-enabled test bed launches at UK’s Millbrook, transmits data between fast-moving vehicles

The AutoAir consortium has demonstrated the UK’s only independent 5G-enabled infrastructure for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) for the first time at the UK’s Millbrook Proving Ground on Tuesday 12 February. The consortium, which is led by Airspan Networks and is hosted at Millbrook, is an accelerated programme of 5G technology for CAV development. (more…)

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Data storage is the key to autonomous vehicles’ future

Mark Pastor, product marketing director for archive products at Quantum, says autonomous driving depends on interlinked technologies, including data collection and storage, which are often overlooked. (more…)

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Velodyne executive develops the way Velodyne delivers innovative lidar technology for driver autonomy and assistance

Dr. Mircea Gradu, senior vice president of Quality and Validation at Velodyne Lidar, Inc. , will give a presentation on lidar technology at the upcoming VDI International Conference: Automotive Sensor Systems at Munich, Germany, on February 14.  (more…)

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The future of mobility is data, not cars

Lorenzo Introna, principal consultant, Forrester, says the established automotive industry is struggling to maintain its position as the sector morphs into ecosystem-based mobility and customers’ expectations shift. (more…)

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