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Are cars vulnerable to hacking? Chinese University Team proves it right!

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“While cars have grown more comprehensive and smart, therefore a lot of denounce can be done with a smart car” Recently there was a piece of news that “the auto industry is marshaling resources to develop ways to defend cars and trucks from cyber attacks.” Although there are no known …

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Get the ball of ‘Big Data’ rolling with Connected Cars

Hillol Kargupta

Cars are emanating humongous amount of information, gathering data about the driver, the driving environment and the car itself, as well as any connected devices. The data, for sure, is overwhelming but at the same time the most precious commodity around which business models worth billions of dollars are evolving. Your car …

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No more zzzzz while driving: Your ’embedded’ car seat will alert you before you doze off

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“Wake up you lazy brat, it’s no time to sleep”- Your car’s seat It is quite often for a driver travelling late at night to feel dizzy and trying to doze off. But falling asleep at the wheel is extremely dangerous both for the driver, and for others sharing the …

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The ‘smart’ city of Grenoble: Toyota’s new move in the realm of mobility

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“Ha:mo (Harmonious Mobility) -an innovative 100% electric last-mile car-sharing scheme in the city of Grenoble in France”  The current social trends and consumer behaviours make it clear that sustainable mobility is here to stay. The only question is how fast this market will develop and what opp0rtunities it will bring …

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Trends and Innovations shaping ‘connected cars’

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The revolution has set the stage to the extent that the manufacturers are not thinking about “Why a Connected Car?” but to “How Do We Deliver a Connected Car?” Innovations and changes are inevitable part of auto industry. Technology adaptation can be in the department of safety, usefulness, entertainment or …

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Hailo’s cab-hailing app: more blackcabs than barmaids get winks

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“Someone, somewhere gets a Hailo every two seconds.”- Rorie Devine, CTO, Hailo Up until the advent of smartphone-based cab-hailing apps, taxi drivers used to spend 30-50 % of their time with no-one on their backseat ; while passengers stand on a street corner looking for a cab and using Candy …

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ATG Risk Solutions on telematics data and its major beneficiaries

Chris Carver

“Commercial vehicle telematics is becoming the driving force in rating and pricing commercial auto insurance policies.”- Chris Carver, President, ATG Risk Solutions The beauty of any telematics solution lies in the fact as how the vehicle related data is retrieved, processed and stored. Undoubtedly, the data is overwhelming and if …

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MirrorLink joins Telematics India 2014 as ‘Technology Partner’

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MirrorLink has officially confirmed their participation as ‘Technology Partner’ for the forthcoming Telematics India 2014-4th national conference cum exhibition on automotive telematics. The conference is scheduled to be held at The WestIn Pune Koregaon Park, India on 20-21 August, 2014.  The car infotainment systems are becoming mainstream and the developments …

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The first-ever Turkey’s Smart Car Platform revealed for Volvo and Subaru

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Published: July 15, 2014 The value-added services associated with connected cars are getting popular amongst users and the tech-titans across the globe are investing a huge chunk of money in it, hoping for the best. However, we have always seen some regional differences in terms of the demands arising from …

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I2I Connectivity:The Key to UBI Success

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Usage-based insurance, and more generally Insurance Telematics, have been shouldered with tremendous expectations.  Most of those expectations have thus far fallen short of the hyped promises to disrupt private passenger auto insurance, bring lower rates and personalized pricing to many drivers, and encourage safer driving behaviors.  Never has a technology …

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