Internet of Things

  • toyota.automotiveIT
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    Toyota joins forces with NTT for connected-car development

    2017-03-28T06:12:00Z

    Toyota and NTT say one of their goals is to standardize connected-car technology (Photo: Toyota) Toyota and Japan's NTT Group are cooperating to develop connected-car technologies, combining research in accident prevention, new mobility services and other areas. The two companies said in a press release that their goal is ...

  • bosch.automotiveIT
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    Bosch CIO: Digital change offers opportunities for IT departments

    2017-03-23T17:29:51Z

    Bosch CIO Pritsch has 1,000 open positions in his IT department (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER -- Robert Bosch CIO Elmar Pritsch on Thursday said digital change provides corporate IT departments with an opportunity to assume a different role. "IT is growing out of the role of driver of efficiency ...

  • nextlap.automotiveIT
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    Digitization seen as core to Industry 4.0 production system

    2017-02-02T11:35:16Z

    Studies cite big networking deficits in car plants (Photo: Tesla) Digital technologies need to be fully embedded in the automotive manufacturing process if automakers are to succeed with efforts to modernize car production. That is one of the key messages of nextLAP, a startup that has developed an Internet ...

  • nextlap.automotiveIT
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    "IoT is coming to car manufacturing with big steps"

    2017-01-21T13:37:52Z

    Andre Ziemke: "The potential of digitization in manufacturing is gigantic" (Photo: Claus Dick) Andre Ziemke is one of the co-founders of nextLAP, which has built a software platform designed to boost efficiency in car manufacturing. Ziemke spoke by phone recently to automotiveIT. Why did you start nextLAP? nextLAP co-founder ...

  • bosch.automotiveIT
    Article

    Bosch Connected World - Berlin

    2017-01-17T16:19:00Z

    More than 1,000 people attended last year's ConnectedWorld event (Photo: Bosch) Robert Bosch will hold its annual internet-of-things conference in Berlin March 15 and 16. The German automotive supplier, which has in recent years focused heavily on IoT technologies, is hosting an event that features senior industry executives speaking ...

  • new mobility.automotiveIT
    Article

    What to expect in 2017

    2016-12-31T08:30:24Z

    Automakers are hiring software engineers to develop new-mobility offerings (Photo: BMW) Is 2017 going to be the year of electric mobility? Will this be the year that autonomous vehicles take a decisive step toward roadworthiness? And will this be the year that automakers convince skeptics that they - rather ...

  • vw.automotiveIT
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    VW to hire 1,000 IT experts over 3 years

    2016-12-29T13:52:04Z

    IT experts in VW's digital lab in Berlin work on new mobility services and connected-car technologies (Photo: VW) Volkswagen said it will hire more than 1,000 additional IT experts in the next three years, as Europe's largest car group aims to bolster its expertise in digital technologies. VW said ...

  • intel.automotiveIT
    Article

    Intel forms automated driving unit

    2016-12-01T08:46:11Z

    Intel showed its automated-driving technology during the LA Auto Show (Photo: Intel) Intel has formed a separate automated driving unit that will focus on next-generation driver assistance systems and autonomous-driving technologies. The chipmaker's Automated Driving Group (ADG), which aims to boost Intel's share of a fast-growing new mobility market, ...

  • nextlap.automotiveIT
    Article

    Startup's predictive process control includes both manufacturing and logistics

    2016-11-28T17:37:33Z

    nextLAP says Production 4.0 requires a holistic approach to the manufacturing process (Photo: Audi) Predictive maintenance is one of the best know applications that fall under the header ofIndustry 4.0, but nextLAP considers it only a first step toward a fully new approach to manufacturing. The startup, which has ...

  • intel.automotiveIT
    Article

    At Intel, a greater focus on autonomous driving

    2016-11-16T12:28:23Z

    Krzanich, speaking at the LA auto show, said "data is the new currency of the automotive world" (Photo: Intel) Intel will spend an additional 250 million dlrs on automotive technology, as the US company targets a potential high-growth market for its core semiconductor business. In a keynote address at ...