Researchers at the University of Arizona are working on systems for transportation to be part of the Internet of Things connections to vehicles to traffic lights, emergency vehicles and public transportation, allowing first responders to
The City of Sunnyvale is now connecting cars to the city as a V2X test bed to connect data to lights and the city for safety, traffic management and maybe self-driving cars in the future.
Cohda Wireless will supply its equipment for a trial that will have decide how connected cars will connect with connected roads aka V2X (vehicle to everything), which enables connected cars to interact vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) or
Consumer Watchdog strongly endorsed the California Department of Motor Vehicles’ draft regulations for autonomous vehicles that require self-driving robot cars have a licensed driver behind the wheel capable of taking control, and a working steering
QNX has proven to be very popular with automakers. The company offers many software solutions for automakers. It recently launched news services including smartphone integration advanced safety, Augmented Reality features and audio/acoustic technology. QNX also
Kia Motors announced its safety and self-driving road map it calls ‘DRIVE WISE.’ It plans to manufacturer partially-autonomous cars by 2020, and its first fully-autonomous vehicle to market by 2030. It will also introduce a
CES this year is packed with more automotive connected car announcements than ever before. Receptions and media events start before the CES exhibit area opens on January 6. Some automakers that were exhibiting, last year,
Toyota’s Highway Teammate autonomous car is being tested in the hopes that the company will have a self-driving car around 2020. The company wants humans to enjoy driving or let the their mobility/highway teammate drive
Keeping the 5.9GHz spectrum band free from interference is important to deliver connected car benefits reports a news release from The Association of Global Automakers. The group says that connected cars could revolutionize highway safety
Bluetooth is being used to monitor traffic and display information to drivers in the city of Aarhus, Denmark. Ten digital signs, by ITS Teknik, show driving times, alternative routes and weather conditions on the busiest
INRIX announced a new analytics platform to help users understand data from the connected car for urban planning, retail site selection and advertising measurement. INRIX systems are built into cars such as BMW and Volkswagen.
There were two important announcements for empowering autos and electric vehicles of the future at the Geneva Motor Show. There may be tires that collect energy to recharge cars and electric cars from Nissan that