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BlackBerry launches security credential management system, joins consortium to help secure V2X communication

To mark National Autonomous Vehicle Day, BlackBerry Ltd has announced that the company has joined the OmniAir Consortium. The company will be an executive member to help advance the testing, certification, and deployment of technologies for connected vehicles and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). (more…)

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Midas Touch launches Android 5-inch vehicle terminal for fleet management

The new Midas Touch MTA-3050 is said to allow bus operators to automate their pre-trip safety inspections through the built-in CAN bus interface. All that is required, with the system being set up, is simply for the bus drivers to tap the MTA-3050 touchscreen to start running the pre-trip safety check programs (more…)

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HERE and Sigfox join forces to create global IoT location service for logistics and supply chain sectors

HERE Technologies and Sigfox announced a partnership to develop and deploy a global location servicethat will open new opportunities for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, particularly in supply chain and logistics. (more…)

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How telematics can lead the smart city revolution

As urban populations continue to grow, cities across the world are rapidly expanding to keep up with the numbers. As this trend towards urbanisation carries on, it poses a number of new challenges to municipalities around safety, mobility, efficiency and citizen engagement. (more…)

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Spirent now integrates with dSPACE for faster, more precise Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) development

Spirent Communications plc, the provider in global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) testing solutions, announced its solutions now integrate with vehicle testing systems from dSPACE, the producer of engineering tools for developing and testing mechatronic control systems. (more…)

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Diagnostic data: Who owns your car’s information?

Inside the average connected car you’ll find more sophisticated computer systems than inside some fighter jets. There are typically over 100 Electronic Control Units (ECUs), using more than 100 million lines of code to command in car systems. But who should control access to the diagnostic data generated by these systems? Should it be the driver? The manufacturer? Or should accessibility to that data be preserved to ensure a thriving competitive aftermarket? says Ken Munro, partner at Pen Test Partners. (more…)

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Big Data Horsepower

The future of the connected car and autonomous vehicles lies in the effective management of data. In an automotive world where cars are tapped into the internet and part of a co-ordinated infrastructure of billions of devices, getting the right data to the right place at the right time, (more…)

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Flashnet to light up smart cities market with 1NCE connectivity

1NCE, the provider of a revolutionary connectivity offering that enables IoT applications and services to access connectivity on a buy once, flat rate fee for ten years, has announced that smart streetlighting innovator Flashnet is to introduce 1NCE’s 2G, 3G and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) offering in its product portfolio as a new connectivity option.

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What can 5G deliver for the connected car?

As we move closer towards autonomous vehicles, our cars will need to be fitted with a range of sensors designed to substitute the eyes, ears, tactile senses and situational awareness of the human driver. All these sensors will generate massive amounts of data that need to be communicated to other vehicles and the road infrastructure network. (more…)

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Aptiv launches a fleet of autonomous vehicles in Vegas on the Lyft network

A fleet of 30 autonomous vehicles has been launched in Las Vegas on the Lyft network, by Aptiv Plc, a global mobility technology provider. A product of Aptiv’s Mobility and Services group, these vehicles will operate on Aptiv’s fully-integrated autonomous driving platform and be made available to the public in partnership with Lyft. (more…)

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