This week, we see companies offering free reports and webinars to help automakers deal with cybersecurity. GuardKnox is offering a free report, iHS Markit is offering a free Synopsis Cybersecurity Webinar hosted by Colin Byrd
Abalta Technologies, announced that the enhanced mobile radio solution powered by NextRadio, a hybrid radio app, will be available across select vehicle platforms on in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems powered by Abalta’s WebLink software platform. NextRadio
Before the tragic death of the pedestrian from the Uber self-driving vehicle, 15 tech and transportation companies came together to sign a compact called Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities in which mobility services. The
The Mercedes-Benz’ new intelligent multimedia system MBUX – Mercedes-Benz User Experience will enter series production in 2018 in the new A-Class. New services from Mercedes me will also be available. The new user experience was
Paragon Automotive, the largest Honda and Acura dealer in the nation, is utilizing technology to make it easier for customers to shop, buy, and maintain their car. They have collaborated with Google, Team Velocity, and
It’s still Distracted Driving Awareness month and DENSO is offering a safety toolkit for parents, children, pedestrians, cyclists and more. Road traffic crashes account for approximately 1.25 million fatalities every year, and about 500 child
Gov. Rick Snyder, along with business, government and academia leaders throughout Michigan, on Wednesday,celebrated the grand opening of the American Center for Mobility (ACM) and welcomed Microsoft as the exclusive data and cloud provider for
The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) was formally launched operations as a cross-industry alliance at Mobile World Congress. Recently Dell Technologies joined the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC). The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) is
Ambarella, Inc. a leading developer of low-power, HD and Ultra HD video processing semiconductors, announced it is demonstrating its fully autonomous EVA (Embedded Vehicle Autonomy) vehicle on Silicon Valley roads to industry analysts and customers.
Automakers have a long history of attempting to monetize the on-board infotainment system, via upsells for features such as map updates, on-board internet or connected apps. Last December, GM announced a new and more novel
Mobiliti, a new Detroit-based vehicle subscription service, is partnering with dealers to help them compete in the changing ownership landscape. Through Mobiliti’s dealer partners, consumers will have simple, flexible and cost- effective month-to-month access to a
Trafficware, provider of traffic signal control technology, and SWIM.AI, a Silicon Valley edge intelligence software firm, have signed a commercial agreement launching TidalWave, a live streaming traffic information service powered by machine-learning and edge computing.