big data

  • FORDCITYDATA_Smart
    Article

    Ford’s big data study identifies potential traffic accident hotspots, gives insights for electromobility and city authorities

    2018-12-05T18:31:00Z

    Image: Ford Taking part in the research were 160 Ford Transit light commercial vehicles, driven and operated in different sectors and by different businesses, from owner-operators to large fleets, plus a fleet of private Fiesta superminis. Over the course of the year – and over 15,000 days ...

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    Article

    Toyota announces AV data alliance, trials multi-modal service

    2018-11-06T15:20:00Z

    Image: TRI-AD Toyota is establishing a business alliance with the Tokio Marine Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., and the Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development, Inc. (TRI-AD). The insurance company’s data, including that on circumstances and causes of accidents, will be deployed to develop automated ...

  • Geely-Boyue_crop
    Article

    Visteon to supply SmartCore cockpit control platform to Geely Auto

    2018-04-27T11:15:18Z

    Geely Bo Yue, featuring GKUI platform Image: Geely Auto Visteon is to supply its SmartCore cockpit domain controller platform to Geely Auto for upcoming electric vehicles from the Geely and Lynk&Co brands. This platform will be integrated with Geely’s own GKUI ‘intelligent ecosystem’, which delivers cloud-based infotainment, as well ...

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    Article

    Toyota launches Toyota Connected Europe (TCEU) in London

    2018-04-27T11:12:53Z

    Toyota is launching a London-based business unit to support the development and adoption of new shared mobility and fleet management solutions in Europe. Toyota Connected Europe (TCEU) is to partner with Toyota Motor Europe, Toyota retailers and distributors on services and products for consumers, businesses, governments and other stakeholders. These ...

  • capgemini.automotiveIT
    Article

    Capgemini study: Big data in demand for new business models

    2018-03-04T10:21:48Z

    CIOs worry about staff shortages in key areas such as big data, cyber security (Photo: Microsoft) Big data technologies are increasingly in demand when companies develop digital business models, according to a new poll by consultants Capgemini. The poll also found that cyber security has become an even bigger ...

  • daimler.automotiveIT
    Feature

    Daimler board member: "A central issue is how to deal with big data”

    2018-02-09T16:27:00Z

    As board member at Daimler for integrity and legal, Renata Jungo-Bruengger is looking carefully at the implicatons of big data across the enterprise and for customers, and of artificial intelligence.

  • toyota.automotiveIT
    Article

    Toyota in partnership to handle connected-car data

    2017-09-05T14:05:03Z

    Automotive data traffic is expected to grow 10,000 times in the next 8 years (Photo: Denso) Toyota Motor has formed a partnership with Denso, Ericsson, Intel and NTT to better handle the huge data volumes that are expected to move in and out of tomorrow's cars. The carmaker also ...

  • bearingpoint.automotiveIT
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    Poll: Auto industry needs to do more with big data

    2016-10-24T16:27:21Z

    Executives cite a lack of expertise and the absence of a comprehensive data pool (Photo: IBM) Automotive companies see the relevance of big data and analytics, but few have effectively introduced the new technologies, according to a new study. Consultants BearingPoint polled 120 European decision makers at car companies ...

  • reply.automotiveIT
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    Reply to start European data-scientist training program

    2016-06-20T19:05:32Z

    Industry 4.0 featured prominently at the Munich Reply Xchange (Photo: Arjen Bongard) MUNICH -- Reply SpA has signed an agreement with The Data Incubator to bring more data-analysis expertise to European companies. Reply, which operates a network of companies focused on developing new, connected technologies and business models, said ...

  • EMC.automotiveIT
    Article

    EMC study: Companies struggle to adapt to digital future

    2015-04-29T15:28:13Z

    The EMC survey shows how companies are adapting their businesses to changing customer demands (Photo:EMC) MUNICH - Companies are introducing new digital technologies, mining more data and getting a better handle on changing customer demands, but their executives feel  progress is slower than required to meet changing market ...