In connected car news this week were Volvo, Luminar, May Mobility, Mapfit, Volkswagen, NXP, HERE, Wind River, Toyota, Grab, Intagles, Synopsis, GeoTab and Iteris Volvo Invests in Luminar Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, has
In automotive cybersecurity news this week are Frost and Sullivan, FEV and HARMAN. Frost and Sullivan offer a new report, FEV analyzes the recent BMW and Audi hacks. HARMAN is offering a free cybersecurity webinar.
Electric vehicle maker BYTON unveiled its Premium Sedan Concept in Shanghai during a global debut event that showcased the brand’s design vision. Called the BYTON K-Byte Concept, the three-box sporty sedan is made for the
Tech CARS winner Fisker Inc. announced the autonomous electric shuttle the Orbit, will be powered Protean Electric’s revolutionary in-wheel eDrive technology – to maximize interior space while further redefining the future of short trip mobility.
Ford Motor Company and Miami-Dade County are working closely with public stakeholders and companies including AT&T, Dell Technologies and Microsoft to launch the Miami-Dade City of Tomorrow Challenge – a crowdsourcing platform for residents, businesses and
Pedestrian deaths have jumped 46 percent since reaching their lowest point in 2009, as pedestrian crashes have become both deadlier and more frequent. The increase has been mostly in urban or suburban areas, at nonintersections,
Recent crash tests of midsize SUVs by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety featured a range of problems, including structural collapse, an airbag nondeployment, hard hits to the dummy’s head and an open door. Still,