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“Snuber” taxi traverses Seoul University campus in autonomous mode

The driverless car called Snuber with a fixture on its roof with devices that scan road conditions is shown at Seoul National University?s campus in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. The South Korean university is testing the sedan that can pick up and transport passengers without a human driver, giving a glimpse into the future of autonomous public transport. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Published: January 06, 2016 | Seoul Seoul University is testing a sedan that can pick up and transport passengers without a human driver, giving a glimpse into the future of autonomous public transport. The vehicle, called Snuber, has been navigating the 44,200 square foot (4,109 square metre) campus for the past …

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CES 2016: Ford revs up development of autonomous vehicles, home automation and smart mobility

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Published: January 06, 2016 | Dearborn, MI  Ford is accelerating development of autonomous, connected and smart technologies for consumers with help of its technology partners and start-ups. Following are some stories ahead of the CES 2016 that Ford is involved in:-  Tripling autonomous fleet Ford is tripling its fleet of …

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General Motors will invest $500M in Lyft for on-demand autonomous vehicles in the US

General Motors and Lyft Inc. today announced a long-term strateg

Published: January 05, 2015 | Detroit, MI General Motors and Lyft announced a long-term strategic alliance to create an integrated network of on-demand autonomous vehicles in the U.S. Under the agreement, GM will invest $500 million in Lyft to help the company continue the rapid growth of its successful ride-sharing service. …

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French connected car start-up DRUST explains evolution of car-to-driver interface

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There is gonna be blood! Back in the early 20th century, the Ford T man-car interface basically consisted in 2 pedals and a steering wheel. Where are we a century later? Power-trains are definitely more efficient and cars more comfortable, but the steering wheel and the pedals are still here, …

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NTT Data: The ultimate ownership of connected car data lies with consumer

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“At the end the only right answer to personal data ownership is: it is the customer’s and he decides who and how can use the data.” Dr. Rainer Mehl, Head of Global Automotive Business | NTT Data While the automotive industry prepares itself for the“connected car” moment, it is still …

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Connected Cars: Dealing with data privacy

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Cars are becoming intelligent and smarter than ever, with GPS, Internet connections, data recording, smart high definition cameras and varieties of sensors. Drivers can barely make a move or head to any direction at any speed without their actions somehow, somewhere being tracked or recorded. Also, most new car consumers …

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SE Asia presents a wealth of opportunities in commercial fleet telematics: DRVR

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We feel that developing Asia offers the best potential anywhere for long term growth. 2015 saw the launch of the ASEAN economic community; this will take time to realize its full potential but will lead to a single market across a market of 600 million people. David Henderson, Co-founder & …

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Mahindra: It’s just a matter of time that connected cars will become a mainstream in India

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It would not be an overstatement to say that the Indian telematics industry has reached its watershed moment. The combination of changing Indian macro and micro economic, political and business scenarios has given the impetus for embracing this technology, with more and more OEMs and after market players trying to …

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Security Innovation explains ways to create an impenetrable connected car

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The car maker’s own security team will have to develop a set of security requirements that are part of the general specifications to which their suppliers will be required to comply Gene Carter, Director of Product Management | Security Innovation There is growing public realization of potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities in …

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