Tag: Connected Car

Connected Cars Pose Risks and Rewards

Industry Insights

Connected Cars Pose Risks and Rewards

Hwee Yng Yeo 2018.12.11

Connected Cars Show Potential, But Technology Must Evolve to Address Safety Concerns.   It all started with Siri in 2010. Then came Alexa, Bixby, Cortana, Lyra, and Robin. These, and a host of other e

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#Automotive + Energy #Connected Car #Automotive Ethernet

We are on the road to 5G

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We are on the road to 5G

John Russell 2018.12.06

Imagine a situation where vehicles are able to communicate with each other to identify issues before the driver is even aware there is a potential problem. This is the concept known as V2X (or Vehicle

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#Connected Car #5G

Accelerating development of connected cars

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Accelerating development of connected cars

Marie Hattar 2018.10.18

The connected car evolution continues to speed up: 64 million shipments are predicted in 2019, up from 33 million in 2017. In 2020, it’s predicted that 98% of all new cars will offer Internet and car-

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#Connected Car

Protecting the Connected Car from High-Tech Carjackers

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Protecting the Connected Car from High-Tech Carjackers

Hwee Yng Yeo 2018.10.18

During recent lunchtime banter with co-workers, the subject of when Grand Theft Auto (GTA) 6 would be online veered towards a more serious angle – the rise of keyless car thefts and the possibility of

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#Automotive Ethernet #Connected Car

Data Centers on Wheels

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Data Centers on Wheels

Jeff Harris 2018.08.23

As vehicles pack in more and more technology, such as remote diagnostics, on-board GPS, collision avoidance systems, Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity, cameras and yes, autonomous driving systems, it’s

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#Automotive + Energy #Connected Car #Automotive Ethernet

Testing the Hearts of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

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Testing the Hearts of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

Joel Conover 2018.08.23

A good idea is never lost, as Thomas Edison said. At the turn of the 20th century, nearly 30% of all cars manufactured in the US were electric-powered, but by the 1920s they had effectively disappeare

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#Automotive + Energy #Connected Car