In connected car news this week were Tesla, Audi, CARB, Solid Power, NFC, VW, Momentum IoT, Migo, Renesas and OpenSynergy. Tesla Supercharging Expanded and Nixed To help hurricane escapees Tesla is offering free supercharging extending
The 25th edition of Automechanika Frankfurt has cracked the 5.000 exhibitor mark. The fair brings together the megatrends of the Automotive Aftermarket, digitalization and clean vehicles, on one stage. This year, the Automechanika Innovation Awards
LIFEGIF™Technologies launches LifeGift, the world’s first emotion-based app designed to prevent car crashes, related serious injuries, and fatalities, involving distracted drivers and pedestrians using their mobile phones LifeGift is a valuable gift you give to
Now taxis can have the power and look of ride sharing app with product suite for taxis and black cars. ezMetr is a next-generation digital meter platform that provides dynamic pricing, shared rides, live mapping
Nissan is introducing Safety Shield 360, a suite of six advanced active safety and driver-assist technologies, as standard equipment on all of its top-selling models by 2021, representing more than one million vehicles annually. “Our
A new system called all-wheel-drive disconnect, is the first-for-Ford technology that uses a form of artificial intelligence that can calculate quicker than the human brain. Based on information received from dozens of high-tech sensors, the
At theGovernor’s Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, the BMW Groupand PG&E present the results of their ChargeForward project in favor of maximizing the use of electricity from renewable resources to charge electric cars.