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Technology leaders at GM, Ford, BMW, Honda and FCA to speak on changing IT for automotive at Go Innovate! Live conference

2019-08-08T17:08:00+01:00By automotiveIT International

General Motors, Honda, BMW and Daimler join Ford, Bosch, Visteon, Inteva and others as speakers at the inaugural automotiveIT International Go Innovate! Live conference to be held this September 10-12thin Detroit


Connected-car business models pose security risks

2019-08-07T08:43:00+01:00By Christoph Hammerschmidt

Data from connected cars offer ample opportunity to develop new business models. But, to be successful, the auto industry needs to make sure the data sent from and received by tomorrow’s vehicles are safe and secure.


Porsche Digital opens 2nd North American location with offices at Atlanta headquarters

2019-08-02T15:29:00+01:00By Arjen Bongard

Porsche Digital, the premium vehicle manufacturer’s customer and UX innovation division, has opened an office in Atlanta at the headquarters of its North American division, its second US location after Silicon Valley


UK industry’s contingency spending for Brexit exceeds £330m; investment plummets

2019-08-02T08:44:00+01:00By Joanne Perry

The UK automotive industry has already spent at least £330m ($401m) on contingency plans to cover the country’s departure from the EU, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).


Avis to use Otonomo platform to deploy connected-car data

2019-08-02T08:24:00+01:00By Arjen Bongard

Avis Budget Group (ABG) said it will use the Otonomo platform to provide data from its fleet of connected cars to service providers and other partners.

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