If you were stuck in Thanksgiving traffic, that’s what all traffic in the future will be like if Congress doesn’t take action. The American Highway Users Alliance identified America’s 50 worst bottlenecks and reported that
There is good news and bad news for those driving on roads. The Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported there was slight decline in traffic deaths during 2014. However, an increase in
KPMG, last year, showed a virtual husband video-chatting with his wife while she drove at the Connected Car Expo which caused the crowd to giggle. This year, KPMG is serious and warning automakers that hey
Autotrader’s 2015 In-Vehicle Technology Shopper Influence Study announced at the Connected Car Expo showed how much buyers want technology and how much they are willing to pay. Android and Auto and CarPlay are recognized as
IHS Automotive released a new report that shows how autonomous cars with software from Google and rides-share (car-as-service) companies like Uber and Lyft will influence car developments and consumer choices in the future. Currently automakers
Wake up drivers! Drowsy/sleepy driving is dangerous. Because the loss of driver attention due to fatigue or drowsiness causes accidents, there is a need for driver monitoring systems (DMSs). According to the National Sleep Foundation’s
Strategy Analytics analysis of infotainment services show consumers at odds within themselves for what they want and like. A telematics study found drivers want telematics. Another study found that automaker infotainment navigation and search is
New AAA Foundation for Traffic Research shows that hands-free technologies can mentally distract drivers even if their eyes are on the road and their hands are on the wheel. The research found that practice with
A recently released survey by Ponemon Institute, the leading independent security research organization, shows that automotive developers don’t have what they need and often overwhelmed when it comes to building security into their software. The
Frost and Sullivan reports that Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology, as part of an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) sensor suite, will be mostly deployed for active safety functions with only 29 percent fitted
Connected car features especially Wi-Fi hotspots are growing in importance for consumers according to a new study by AT&T Drive Studio and Ericsson. Consumers are aware of connected services: 67% are aware of streaming music.
A new report from Boston Consulting Group found that advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) could benefit society, reduce the number, cost, and severity of automotive accidents. The report recommends ways to have ADAS adopted faster.