big data

  • hp.automotiveIT
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    automotiveIT Congress: HP exec calls for cooperative approach to exploding data volumes

    2015-03-19T16:09:13Z

    HP's Postels (left)  and IAV's Schonlau agreed a new approach to growing data volumes  is needed (Photo:Claus Dick) HANOVER - Connected cars will generate more data than current IT systems can manage, an HP executive told the automotiveIT Congress here Thursday. Swen Postels, strategist and chief automotive ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    automotiveIT magazine: Visiting VW's new data lab

    2015-02-26T16:17:54Z

    Volkswagen recently opened a new data lab in the trendy Schwabing section of Munich. automotiveIT's Hilmar Dunker paid a visit and discovered a research facility with a singular focus on implementing digital innovations across the VW Group. "We want to bring  big data and advanced analytics into the company ...

  • bmw.automotiveIT
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    BMW on track with efforts to reduce energy consumption in plants

    2014-11-12T15:33:23Z

    At BMW's Spartanburg plant, more than 80 production units and robots have smart meters (Photo: BMW) BMW is on track with efforts to lower the amount of energy it needs to build cars, with energy consumption per vehicle dropping 31 percent between 2006 and 2013. By 2020, the Munich-based ...

  • KIT.automotiveIT
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    German R&D platform for smart data innovation launched

    2014-10-20T16:53:18Z

    The new platform hopes to turn big data into smart data (Photo: KIT) A German research institute has launched a "Smart Data Innovation Lab" to develop tools to handle large amounts of data. The venture, led by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), is supported by industrial companies Bayer, ...

  • inrix.automotiveIT
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    Inrix, PTV cooperate on smart-city mobility

    2014-09-08T18:36:23Z

    Inrix offers a wide range of traffic data services (Photo: Inrix) PTV and Inrix plan to work together to provide modeling software to address mobility issues in smart cities. PTV, a Germany-based logistics software group, and Inrix, a provider of real-time traffic information, said the cooperation will combine PTV's ...

  • gm mott.automotiveIT
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    GM CIO Mott is confident IT transformation making progress

    2014-06-04T07:26:09Z

    GM CIO Randy Mott spoke at the Hanover automotiveIT Congress in March (Photo: Larry Peplin) More than halfway into a massive three-year project to transform IT at General Motors, Randy Mott is confident he's making progress. The CIO, who joined the largest North American carmaker in February, 2012, cites ...

  • vw winterkorn.automotiveIT
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    CeBIT: VW boss says "yes to big data," but warns for dangers

    2014-03-10T09:46:46Z

    VW CEO Winterkorn doesn't want the car to become a "data monster" (Photo: CeBIT) Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn, opening Europe's biggest high-tech fair, strongly committed the automaker to a future of connected cars and more digitalization across the industry. In an opening address at the CeBIT fair in ...

  • big data.automotiveIT
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    Big-data market expected to soar in Germany

    2014-03-07T08:40:02Z

    Big Data analysis makes sense of large amounts of information (Photo: Wikimedia) The German market for big-data analysis is set to jump 59 pc to 6.1 billion euros this year, according to a study by  Crisp Research. The consultants see the market growing to 13.6 billion euros by ...

  • CeBIT-2011
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    CeBIT, Hanover

    2014-01-31T09:42:24Z

    Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn will  be one of the speakers at the opening of this year's CeBIT high-tech fair in Hanover March 9. Winterkorn will join German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron as opening speakers at the annual event. Britain is CeBIT's official partner country ...

  • toyota big data.automotiveIT
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    Toyota to launch big-data traffic information in Japan

    2013-05-31T09:13:08Z

    Toyota says big data will provide enhanced navigation information (Photo: Toyota) Toyota is planning to launch a new traffic information service in Japan that will make extensive use of big data on vehicle locations and speeds, road conditions and other telematics-based information. The Japanese carmaker said it plans to ...