All Connected car articles – Page 13

  • mobileye.automotiveIT
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    Mobileye: “Autonomous driving needs transparent criteria”

    2018-03-28T19:18:00Z

    At Mobileye, now part of Intel, CEO Amnon Shashua talks about standardizing data to better analyze for autonomous driving.

  • audi.automotiveIT
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    Audi CDO wants to reduce complexity

    2018-03-22T16:51:00Z

    Audi s Villinger: Mobility should be effortless BERLIN Audi wants to reduce the complexity of operating its vehicles as it aims to become a premium digital car company, the carmaker s CDO, Roland Villinger, said Thursday. The Volkswagen Group premium brand ...

  • byton.automotiveIT
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    Byton executive: Tomorrow's cars will combine consumer electronics and automotive

    2018-03-22T14:48:00Z

    Byton s Chung says automakers can learn from technology companies BERLIN Consumer electronics will play a key role in the new generation of passenger cars coming to marketing in coming years, a senior Byton executive said Thursday. The vehicle of the future will ...

  • toyota.automotiveIT
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    Toyota USA creates digital transformation division

    2018-03-14T09:28:22Z

    The new digital division underlines Toyota's resolve to develop new digital business areas (Photo: Toyota) Toyota Motor North America will establish a division that will focus on digital transformation and new forms of mobility. It will be led by regional CDO and CIO Zack Hicks. Hicks, who also is ...

  • zf.automotiveIT
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    ZF introduces asset-tracking software

    2018-03-13T13:55:36Z

    ZF says Asset Tracking will help logistics companies better monitor goods (Photo: ZF) ZF Friedrichshafen unveiled a new software that flexibly monitors internal and external logistics processes. The product, which is called Asset Tracking, is part of the German automotive supplier’s Openmatics connectivity platform. Asset Tracking allows car manufacturers, ...

  • porsche.automotiveIT
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    In digitalization drive, Porsche wants to be an early adopter

    2018-03-13T13:22:00Z

    Porsche is not content to just continue its success as a profitable maker of premium sports cars. It wants to be an early adopter when it comes to new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual and augmented reality.

  • seat.automotiveIT
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    VW Group moves company veteran to head Seat production

    2018-03-12T10:20:30Z

    Christian Vollmer, Seat's new head of production, joined the VW Group in 1999 (Photo: Seat) A Volkswagen Group veteran, Christian Vollmer, will take charge of manufacturing operations at Seat starting July 1. Vollmer will become vice-president for production and logistics at the Spanish VW Group brand, leading the management ...

  • toyota.automotiveIT
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    Toyota to reorganize some of its global IT operations

    2018-03-06T11:25:11Z

    Toyota's IT reorganization reflects the growing importance of new technologies (Photo: Toyota) Toyota Motor, recognizing the growing role of information technology in all of its business areas, will merge three IT subsidiaries into one new company, Toyota Systems Co. The move will take effect January 1, 2019. The Japanese ...

  • Toyota.automotiveIT
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    At Toyota, a new software development unit for automated driving

    2018-03-04T11:38:52Z

    Toyota's e-Palette, unveiled at CES 2018, is a concept for a multi-functional autonomous vehicle (Photo: Toyota) Toyota Motor, in a new venture, will step up its development efforts in the area of software for automated driving. The Japanese automaker said its Toyota Research Institute will form a new company ...

  • saic.automotiveIT
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    Infineon, SAIC jointly tackle Chinese EV market

    2018-03-04T11:09:28Z

    SAIC last year launched the Roewe ERX5, an electric SUV with a broad range of connected features (Photo: SAIC) Infineon and SAIC Motor Corp. will jointly develop power modules for Chinese electric vehicles, giving the German semiconductor group a stronger foothold in the world’s biggest auto market. Infineon said ...

  • Aurora.automotiveIT
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    Driverless-car start-up Aurora raises 90 million dlrs

    2018-03-04T10:09:10Z

    Aurora delivers a suite of autonomous driving technologies to automakers (Photo: Aurora) Autonomous-vehicle technology start-up Aurora raised 90 million dollars in a financing round led by two venture capital companies, Greylock Partners and Index Ventures. Aurora was co-founded by Chris Urmson, the former Google executive who spearheaded that company’s ...

  • bosch.automotiveIT
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    Bosch announces new mobility initiatives

    2018-02-24T16:49:24Z

    Bosch CEO Denner announced a range of new connected products (Photo: Bosch) Robert Bosch has formed a separate division that will focus on mobility technologies, including car sharing, ride sharing and connectivity-based services. The German automotive supplier also announced that it had acquired Splitting Fares (SPLT), a US start-up ...

  • daimler.automotiveIT
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    "It appeals to people to get home with only three words"

    2018-01-25T14:24:00Z

    what3words founder and boss, Chris Sheldrick, 

  • VW.automotiveIT
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    VW Group's IT expands digital service expertise

    2018-01-18T15:18:00Z

    Berlin-based IT experts are developing software for all VW Group brands (Photo: VW) Volkswagen Group s IT department is further developing its expertise in digital customer offerings. The world s biggest car group has doubled the staff of its Digital Lab in Berlin since the facility ...

  • Here.automotiveIT
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    Bosch, Continental buy stakes in Here mapping company

    2018-01-04T12:45:16Z

    Digital mapping technology can offer vital information for future autonomous vehicles (Photo: Here) Robert Bosch and Continental, two of the world's biggest automotive suppliers, are each buying a 5 pc stake in location and digital mapping specialist Here. The two German companies are buying their stakes from Here's main ...

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    Canada insight: GM is using Ontario to invest in the future of personal mobility

    2017-12-18T13:01:00Z

    GM’s Brian Tossan explains how GM is tapping into Ontario’s startup and high-tech culture. 

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    Apps in manufacturing on the rise

    2017-12-18T12:51:00Z

    Apps and micro-services have considerable potential for automotive manufacturing, but are not always the first area of interest for software developers.

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    Volkswagen CDO sees major transformation underway

    2017-12-18T12:50:00Z

    Johann Jungwirth, the Volkswagen Group’s chief digital officer, explains how he is moving quickly to transform the company and its brands.

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    Honda to adopt new driving-simulator technology

    2017-12-18T12:49:00Z

    Honda s new simulator will use nine actuators instead of the customary nine (Photo: Honda) Honda said it will become the first carmaker to adopt a new driving-simulator technology that it says will more accurately reproduce the actual driving experience. The Japanese carmaker said the simulator ...

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    At CES, Byton to show 1st "drivable prototype"

    2017-12-18T12:48:00Z

    Byton plans a display that spans the width of the vehicle (Photo: Byton) Chinese electric-vehicle start-up Byton will launch its first drivable prototype at the CES trade show in January. The company, which started in 2016 as Future Mobility, said its cars will be ...