IHS has some interesting predictions about connected cars, self-driving cars and advanced safety features including how they will be paid for, who wants them and what is expected. IHS Automotive forecasts, 55% of annual global
LSPdigital offers some very interesting figures and stats about connected cars. Drivers consider smartphones are integrated into their cars. A majority of connected car startups with connections to the Internet are in the the U.S.
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
This week there were announcements, partnerships and news from automakers, suppliers and industry organizations supporting connected cars that were too short to report. Companies included Manga Partners, Argus Cyber Security, UIEvolution VOXX, Sentry BodyCam, Cypress
Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee asked seventeen automakers and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(NHTSA) how the they will address cyber security issues for connected cars. GM, Ford, FCA North America, Toyota,
QNX is one of the most popular operating systems for in-car infotainment systems. When we last talked to Derek Kuhn, he said the software could reduce development time to a year and a half. In
Gfk published its Connected Car Preview Report to show the road ahead for connected cars. Those who want connected features the most are ‘Leading edge consumers’. The study also showed that people love to drive.
Hyundai is getting on the self-driving highway joining Delphi, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Tesla, Google and others. Hyundai reps stated that they will offer partially-autonomous driving in 2015, highly automated driving in 2020 and fully autonomous
Certification testing and grants are making V2V and V2I connection protocols ready for deployment. The US Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration are working with partners to create standards and testing procedures for connected
The staff of the Federal Trade Commission in a report recommends best practice measures to enhance and protect consumers’ privacy and security, to deal with the Internet of Things in America. The FTC report found
IBM reported the results of its new Automotive 2025 Global Study, forecasting greater personalized driving experiences by 2025 through connected car tech, developed through partnerships with other industries. Entitled “Automotive 2025: Industry without borders,” the