Regularly conducting user experience benchmarks of infotainment systems to test the usability of a variety of in-vehicle tasks, the In-vehicle UX (IVX) group at Strategy Analytics has added five new systems to their ratings table
Colorado, Oregon and Washington use of recreational marijuana has resulted in collision claim frequencies that are about 3 percent higher overall than would have been expected without legalization, a new Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI)
Although initial quality is better than before for new vehicles, infotianment features have problems and pre-autonomous features are not doing well. New-vehicle quality is at its highest level ever, improving a significant 8% from
For years, automakers have been working to reduce pollutant levels coming out of motor vehicles’ tailpipes. Airborne particulate matter, for example, is present in automobile exhaust and has been shown to contribute to tens of
IHS Markit’s new global survey on consumer preferences for automotive technology finds more consumers desire advanced technology in their next new vehicle. However, their willingness to pay for technology demonstrates a wide variety of viewpoints
According to Oliver Wyman’s new Automotive Manager, the global automotive industry is at a turning point. The automobile is undergoing a transformation, moving from a means of conveyance to becoming a data center on wheels.
AT&T is collaborated with G3ict and World Enabled, for a new report, Smart Cities for All: A Vision for an Inclusive, Accessible Urban Future. The report shows how smart cities can help people with disabilities
A grant from Toyota is funding research by Dr. Kayvan Najarian, director of data science at the Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care to study monitoring driver’s heart rates to help prevent accidents.
The connected car market is expected to boom but there are some glitches. Ridesharing could reduced vehicle sales for some consumers. V2X is starting to gain momemtum and infotainment systems are booming in not just
A new report from Juniper Research reports that by 2022, 50% of new vehicles will be shipped with V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) hardware to enable real-time short-range communication between vehicles. The new research, Consumer Connected Cars: Applications,
Edmunds.com found that as interest rates climb and buyers stretch to afford more expensive cars, they are putting more money down and financing for longer periods of time. The amount of money car buyers put
A new report from the In-vehicle UX (IVX) group at Strategy Analytics “In-vehicle Displays: Design Review and Recommendations“, has found that a well-designed user experience for such a system will rely on a number of