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    Most German CIOs say their companies aren't agile


    A majority of CIOs says the IT department continues to be seen first and foremost as a cost center in their companies (Photo: VW) A mere 14% of German IT bosses say their companies have adopted agile working methods, according to a new study. The main ...

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    Continental, HPE develop vehicle data sharing platform


    Continental and HPE say their blockchain-based platform provides new opportunities for vehicle data monetization (Photo: Continental) Continental and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have developed a vehicle data sharing platform that will enable new digital services in the areas of driver safety and convenience. The two companies, which ...

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    Mapping the future of R&D in the automotive supply chain


    What IT tools are OEMs and suppliers using to support and manage the rapidly changing R D processes?

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    Poll: German car buyers look for ADAS, alternative powertrains


    As more cities ban diesel cars from their centers, owners worry that their vehicles will decline further in value (Photo: Shutterstock) Germans are focused on alternative powertrains and advanced driver assistance systems when buying a new car, but their number one priority is to get a good ...

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    German OEMs in 68 billion euro push to take control of EV market


    Reports in German media suggest that BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen are set to invest 60 billion euros ($68 billion) over the next three years on electric cars and automated driving.

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    Tesla to close showrooms and move sales online


    Tesla is closing its showrooms globally and moving to an online sales model to reduce overheads across the business. The carmaker hopes this will deliver its Model 3 at a lower price of $35,000.

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    The wind of change blowing through car retail


    In recent years, a number of shifts in the industry have begun to affect traditional dealership models, changing the types of relationships that exist between dealers, OEMs and customers.

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    Access to accuracy

    2019-03-01T23:06:00Z Sponsored by Perceptron

    When it comes to measurement in manufacturing, accuracy is critical. Rick Van Valkenburg, responsible for global sales and marketing at Perceptron, discusses the importance of accuracy when developing robot-based measurement systems for the automotive industry

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    Dialling up the future in automotive interfaces at the Qt Company


    Pat Shelly is senior solutions architect at Qt Company, a Finnish UX developer whose clients include Mercedes-Benz and Peugeot. Paul Fisher spoke to him about developments in automotive information systems, and the impact of autonomous vehicles.

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    Waymo leads the autonomous pack in California


    Waymo has logged more than double as many autonomous miles as its nearest rival