Volvo Cars will offer an updated Volvo On Call smart app that can be controlled with an Apple Watch, Android Wear smartwatch, iPad or Windows Phone. Volvo drivers will be able to control settings, lock/unlock,
The NVIDIA hardware and software development kit for self-driving, self-parking and sophisticated advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) features for cars is shipping this month to Bentley, Aston Martin, Tesla and Rolls Royce. The computer platform
There are two new reports covering the connected car space, each adds a unique perspective to the future of connected cars and their affect on cellular data networks. Automakers are offering more telematics products that
TrueCar issued a news release in response to the recent lawsuit filed on behalf of the California New Car Dealers Association The lawsuit seeks a declaration from the court as to whether TrueCar qualifies as a
AT&T is promoting stopping smartphone use while driving by sponsoring a virtual reality campaign to show how dangerous it is. New AT&T research shows that drivers are engaging in more forms of smartphone/iPhone use and
Car buyers want collision protection and are willing to pay for it. The J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Tech Choice Study, showed that consumers want collision protection and enhanced safety more than navigation or energy efficiency.
For National Bike to Work Week, the League of American Bicyclists released its 2015 Bicycle Friendly State ranking. May is National Bike Month. Eighteen states spent at least 2% of their federal funds on bicycling and
Edmunds.com updated its mobile app with direct text messaging to car dealers. The new texting feature was developed for the 34% of car shoppers who told Edmunds.com that they would prefer text messaging with dealers
The SolaRoad bike path is a big success not only with bike-riders but with energy users. The bike road embedded with solar panels generated over 3,000 kWh in a half of a year which is
Mobileye, the supplier of camera ADAS systems for self driving and safety systems reported it has two contracts for EyeQ4 chips to be standard equipment by the end of the decade. Currently, Mobileye technology is
INRIX announced a new analytics platform to help users understand data from the connected car for urban planning, retail site selection and advertising measurement. INRIX systems are built into cars such as BMW and Volkswagen.
Bosch developed a stereo video camera that can be used for emergency braking systems based solely on camera data. Normally, most auto braking systems require radar or radar with a camera. Needing only the stereo