Police and first responder vehicles are expected to undergo a technology revolution, which will include augmented reality, mobile surveillance and remote device control according to VNC Automotive.
Three quarters of car drivers don’t want connected car services that monitor their driving, according a new study from Parkers.co.uk.
Ford and Google have entered a strategic partnership to develop new connected vehicle services and infotainment systems.
Webfleet Solutions has established a data connection with Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services as part of its OEM.connect partner programme.
Volvo Cars will use Gothenburg as a testbed for new connected car technologies to help the city become climate-neutral by 2030.
Webfleet Solutions is able to link directly to the factory-fitted data connection in BMW and Mini vehicles via its OEM.Connect programme.
New data suggests car users across the UK are happy and increasingly willing to share vehicle data, as long as their anonymity is maintained.
Kia and Hyundai Motors have entered a new partnership with Vodafone, to provide drivers with fully-connected in-car infotainment and connected car services, including telematics.
TomTom will provide traffic information, online routing and electric vehicle (EV) services for BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce vehicles.
Volvo has partnered with Google to implement Google Maps and other Google services into its next-generation infotainment system.
All new Mini models will feature built-in 4G connectivity from March 2018.
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