There are many potholes on the road to connected and automated mobility, but expect a safety communications network within the next decade, says Dr Daniel Ruiz, CEO, Zenzic.
CPC says that connected vehicle data has the potential to end the scourge of potholes, improve driver behaviour and reduce the impact of incidents on UK roads.
Daimler has become the first car manufacturer to sign up to Wejo’s new product, Neutral Server Plus, which gives third parties access to connected vehicle data.
Britain’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) evaluated seven technologies, some of which could be rolled out almost immediately.
Connected and automated mobility technologies will eliminate need for road signage, with UK drivers seeing “naked highways” by 2027.
Ford Mobility in Europe has been employing big data analytics combined with detailed on-site observations to discover where – and why – some stretches of road are more likely to experience road safety incidents than others.
Anti-terrorism and anti-theft devices are foremost in fleet managers’ minds – particularly those operating vans and trucks - when it comes to technology priorities.
Autonomous vehicles, drones and delivery robots will all have a part to play in the future mobility ecosystem, says KPMG.
TomTom Telematics has launched a new programme called OEM.connect, which allows vehicle manufacturers to connect with the TomTom Telematics Service Platform.
AppyParking’s Smart City Parking solution is now fully available to Harrogate residents.
The EV recharging infrastructure should require no driver involvement in preparation for fleets of driverless vehicles. By Alex Gruzen
Avis Budget Group and Continental have collaborated to equip Avis’ EU and US connected fleets with Continental’s Key as a Service (KaaS) technology.
Fleets have the opportunity to capitalise now on the benefits of a connected vehicle future.
Ford has developed a method for cities to identify locations where a traffic incident is likely to occur, using big data.
Ford is working on a new connected vehicle technology that will avoid the need for drivers to stop at junctions.
Ford and Vodafone are testing connected vehicle tech that can automatically warn other drivers of accidents ahead, clearing a path for emergency vehicles.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and Google have announced a technology partnership to embed the Android operating system in vehicles from 2021.
Ford will launch a telematics service early next year, while also opening up its vehicle data to third-party providers.
New mobility models have to provide an irresistible vision, not just a practical alternative, to lure drivers away from private cars. By Jonathan Manning
Shifting passengers away from public transport and into self-driving cars may have the effect of increasing traffic volumes, warn experts
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