In connected car news this week were Vector, Keysight, ENGIE, AFC, Alto, Hyundai Mobis, Parkopedia, Moovit, Autoliv, Iteris and HyreCar. Driverlesss Groceries Delivered in Boston Stop & Shop announced that it will launch driverless grocery
Mcity at the University of Michigan has outlined a test track-based concept for evaluating the safety of highly automated vehicles before they’re tested on public roads that could emerge as a model for a voluntary
Car-sharing, ride-hailing and car-subscription services were as widely available as traditional car ownership through purchases and leases, consumers would rely “significantly less” on traditional car ownership and new-vehicle retail sales could tumble much as 29
To ensure the safety of its customers, and in addition to two previous engine recalls, Hyundai has issued a subsequent recall to inspect the fuel tube installation of approximately 100,000 2011-2014 Hyundai Sonata and 2013-2014
Toyota and Lexus are bringing industry-leading connected car capabilities to their vehicles in the United States. The collaboration of Toyota Motor North America, KDDI and AT&T will enable 4G LTE connectivity for all new model
Eyesight, “Driver Sense” Driver Monitoring System (DMS) will be demoed at Automotive World in Tokyo, January 16-18. The announcement comes after Eyesight was given an Excellence Award for promoting trade relations between Israel and Japan.
On Sunday we at AUTO Connected Car usually round up embedded chips and connected car news tips—many of the tips this week are things we missed announced during CES. Connected car companies in the news
In automotive cybersecurity this week were Elektrobit, Arilou, Argus, Marvell, HARMAN and ISS. Elektrobit Elektrobit and its subsidiary, Argus Cyber Security, announced that they are collaborating with NXP to bring to market the industry’s first
A broad coalition of leading industry, non-profit and academic institutions today launched a first-of-its kind campaign to inform the public and policymakers about the potential and the reality of advanced vehicle technologies and self-driving vehicles.
It seems like CES is still going on and NAIAS AutoMobili-D is brewing new announcements. However not quite as many as CES which may be why in 2020, NAIAS is moving to June. Volvo Mobility
MQA, the world’s leading company delivering master quality audio in a file small enough to stream, today announced that the company is expanding its innovative technology to the automotive market. MQA technology will be integrated
Otonomo, the first neutral automotive data services platform, announced that it has partnered with Daimler AG on a Neutral Server initiative to provide Mercedes-Benz connected car drivers with exciting new services while adhering to international