Wednesday 19th June 2019
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Connected vehicles

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Applied Information, Audi, Qualcomm, and NEMA support standards that enable privacy and security in intelligent transportation

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) moderated a panel of Applied Information, Inc. president Bryan Mulligan, Audi director of Government Affairs Brad Stertz, and Qualcomm senior director of Engineering Vincent Park at the 2019 Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. The speakers discussed the central role that Standards play in the connected and increasingly automated vehicle landscape.

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Connected car initiative for over-the-air updates and data services welcomes Mobica to its ranks

The eSync Alliance announces that Mobica, a global software services company, has joined to become one of its newest members. Companies in the eSync Alliance include Alpine, Excelfore, HELLA, Molex and ZF, amongst others.

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Autotalks accelerates C-V2X readiness following interoperability testing and successful bench tests

Autotalks, a specialist in V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communication solutions, participated in a week-long C-V2X testing event, the OmniAir Quebec Plugfest, which took place on May 6th-10th in Blainville, Canada.

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Tier 1 US operator chooses Openet data management to handle complex ecosystem, for global connected car services

Openet reports that its Data Fabric solution has been successfully deployed by an unnamed Tier 1 US operator. This is designed to collect and manage the data used in the settlement and reconciliation process for its global connected car services.

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