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  • ford.automotiveIT

    At Ford, a customizable drone development platform


    Ford's platform lets developers test how drones and vehicles could work together (Photo: Ford Motor) Ford Motor has built a development platform aimed at guiding along the use of drones in a variety of settings. The carmaker said the customizable lets it test how drones and vehicles could work ...

  • Hilmar-Dunker.automotiveIT

    Point of view: Get IT experts more involved in car development


    Hilmar Dunker Last month's carIT Congress in Frankfurt made clear once again the IT tasks ahead for the auto industry. Speakers from BMW, Bosch, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen reviewed some of the innovations that will feature in the next generation of vehicles. Those novelties include access to the Cloud, car-to-car ...

  • google plugless power.automotiveit

    Google trials Evatran’s Plugless Power EV recharging


    Evatran is showing its Plugless Power at the Ideal Home Show in London this month Google is trialing an inductive battery charging technology developed by Evatran, a US charging specialist. The cloud computing and internet search company has several electric vehicles for short-range travel arounds its campus in Mountain View, ...

  • Rapide_-_Aston_Martin.automotiveIT

    Aston Martin chooses Siemens for global development


    The Aston Martin Rapide Aston Martin is standardizing its global sports car development using Siemens software, the German engineering group said Tuesday. The British sports car maker will use NX and Teamcenter software to manage its design and development processes. The software is made by the Siemens Industry Automation Division, ...

  • Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn

    Renault-Nissan's Ghosn: EVs will be like iPhones


    Underscoring his commitment to all-electric propulsion, Renault and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said electric vehicles will have the same transformational impact on the auto industry as Apple’s iPhone has had in the communications sector. “Electric vehicles will be to the car what the iPhone is to the telephone,” Ghosn said ...

  • Article

    Five new members join MOST


    Five new members have joined the MOST Cooperation.They are: Bang Olufsen, Molex, Nippon Seiki, Toyoda Gosei und TTTech. MOST, which stands for Media-Oriented Systems Transport, sets the standard for multimedia and infotainment networking in the car. Sixteen carmakers and more than 60 component suppliers are members. The addition ...