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Gemalto and Faraday Future work together to deploy secure, connected vehicles

In anticipation of Faraday Future’s launch of its first intelligent electric car, Gemalto announced it is providing the data security and encryption technology that will help protect the software that powers the car and data collected from everyday use of its cars. (more…)

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The move from connected to autonomous vehicles will change our lives

As municipalities across the globe roll out smart city initiatives, transport remains a top priority, involving both public and private transport services, writes Raj Paul, vice president, IoT and Connected Services, DMI. How will the move to autonomous vehicles change our lives? (more…)

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No city is smart – they’re an Internet of things

It’s often said that London isn’t a city but an aggregation of villages. That’s probably true of any metropolis, says Nick Booth. One of the beauties of optimum-sized towns like Brighton and San Francisco is they’re just big enough to be eclectic but small enough to tight.

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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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Introducing the internet of transportation

There are three certainties in life – death, taxes and traffic jams. We can’t prevent the first two, but traffic jams are definitely something we can tackle, and it doesn’t necessarily mean building more roads, writes Tal Ater, CTO, DAV. (more…)

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Changing consumer habits and the rise of Transport-as-a-Service

The continued growth of urban populations has created new transport demands. This global trend, alongside changing consumer habits and technological advancements, has contributed to the proliferation of transport-as-a-service (TaaS). Michael Blanck, head of Business Development, Connected Car, Cisco IoT, explains. (more…)

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Self-driving market becomes a reality in the US by 2026, as 1 in 4 new vehicles sold becomes driverless

New findings from Juniper Research reveal that the annual sales of fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the US will reach 5 million by 2026. In comparison, the global market will account for 20 million new AVs sold during the same year. (more…)

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Paving the way for self-driving vehicles in smart cities

Connected car technology means that fully autonomous cars could be a feature on roads in the foreseeable future. Sebastien Brame, senior manager, Clarion Europe, says self-driving cars are no longer science fiction, rather they are set to become a reality and will play a key part in the evolution of smart cities. (more…)

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Semiconductor industry expert Jim Hines joins TechInsights as director of Automotive Research

TechInsights, a trusted patent and technology partner to the most successful companies, announced that Jim Hines, a semiconductor expert specialising in automotive and smart mobility innovations, joined the company as director of Automotive Research. (more…)

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Smart Parking in Montpellier relieves congestion and reduces search time

Ten minutes searching for car parking several times daily adds up to more than 240 hours per year, and an average of 700 complete days in your life. Driving around looking for an available car slot wastes fuel, induces anxiety and increases pollution in city centres. (more…)

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