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.
The Government has confirmed it will legalise the use of “self-driving” driver assistance systems before the end of the year.
SMH Fleet Solutions is speeding up refurbishments with a six-figure investment in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) recalibration equipment and training.
Skoda has developed a new app that can warn drivers if they are driving on the wrong side of the road.
CD Auction Group has partnered with automotive technology company, Reemaq, to a launch a new logistics service for fleets.
By using IoT and mobile access technology, businesses can stay ahead of competition and adjust to market changes more effectively, says Julian Smith, business development manager at Columbus UK.
Denise Beedell, policy manager for vans and urban, at Logistics UK, says direction direction and clarity on the right fuels and technologies to adopt is needed
Uber will no longer be leading development of its own self-driving technology after selling its autonomous vehicle division to Aurora for an undisclosed sum.
Ebbon Group is launching a new ‘think tank’ and ‘product incubator’, Ebbon Innovation (EI), to develop new products and solutions to tackle issues facing the fleet industry.
A test of 20 in-car infotainment systems has found BMW’s latest Live Cockpit Professional system to be the easiest to use.
Seat is working on a new artificial intelligence technology that studies a driver’s eyes and head movement to detect if they’re falling asleep or distracted.
Andrew Overton, chief executive of at Connexas Group.
Carol Fairchild promoted to new role at CitNow.
BCA has released a major change to its Buyer app with the introduction of live bidding from mobile devices.
By Andrew Overton, CEO at Connexas Group.
The Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) revealed that its next meeting will cover how remarketing is being shaped by digital advances in the used car sector.
Vehicles should have a sufficient level of security to guard against cyber attacks before they are allowed to be used in fully autonomous mode, the insurance industry urged.
Avis has revamped its rental app with new features, enabling customers to manage the car rental process with “complete control”.
It has been revealed that 56% of Brits believe in-car tech is just as distracting as using a mobile phone, says whocanfixmycar.com research.
Auto Windscreens has predicting a 10% drop in its annual fleet insurance and fuel bill using an integrated video telematics solution.
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