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CCC ONE Platform for OEMs introduced

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CCC has introduced the CCC ONE Platform for OEMs. The hyperscale platform connects car manufacturers to CCC’s network of insurance carriers, collision repairers, and third-party service providers, helping them realize measurable value from connected car and vehicle data. Utilizing hyperscale technology and AI to accommodate the massive-scale demands of connected …

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IMS Software Development Kit (SDK) to build connected car and telematics services into existing or new mobile applications

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Smartphone app usage is increasing among every age group with users demonstrating strong engagement and loyalty. However, as the competition for smartphone app real estate intensifies, the concern of having too many consumer apps has given rise to a growing development trend towards unified and integrated apps – due to …

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JLR to reveal Sayer, an intelligent and connected steering wheel of the future

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Jaguar Land Rover is exploring the future of mobility, the company is revealing the intelligent and connected steering wheel of the future named “Sayer” during Tech Fest at Central St Martins, University of the Arts London. Sayer is claimed to be the first voice-activated artificial intelligence (AI) steering wheel that …

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Grab launches a new data-focused pilot program with Toyota

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Grab has launched a new data-focused pilot programme with Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota Financial Services Corporation, and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co., Ltd. Grab is an on-demand transportation and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia. The project aims to use data analysis to enable Grab to offer its driver partners …

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LG Innotek unveils second generation V2X module

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LG Innotek has developed a ‘Second Generation V2X Full Module’ geared for the connected cars and autonomous vehicles. The device has wireless communication ability for commercialization, and can be equipped into any part of a vehicle. The module by LG Innotek combines the three varieties of V2X core components, namely …

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Continental offers Intelligent doors with no handle, no keys, contactless door opener

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Continental has expanded its Smart Access solution for convenient vehicle access via smartphone to offer drivers a complete package of services. With the technology company’s new emergency unlocking solution, users can gain access to their vehicle even if the car battery is flat – and can do so completely digitally, …

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The secret life of connected car Industry in India

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Mr. Sundar Pichai and Mr. Travis– two very renowned names in the industry- recently summarized the future of the connected cars and driverless cars in India very subtly.History speaks for itself and in this case, Mr. Pichai and Mr. Travis based their comments on the fact that India has always …

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We wish there were more companies in the connected cars space in India: Urmil Shah, Carnot Technologies

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Telematics Wire got into a conversation with Urmil Shah, Co founder of Carnot Technologies. In the interview Urmil talks about connected car market in India and about the impact of policies of the Government of India. TW: India has seen a rise in the number of startups in the field …

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Smart trails and connected cars

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In his famous book, “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman”, Richard Feynman has documented experiments and outcomes with ants and their trails. It is perhaps counter-intuitive to analyze these outcomes in a journal for Connected Cars. However it may excite the reader if certain parallels can be drawn between the navigation …

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From cars to connected and intelligent cars

Kalyan Varma
Vice President
Global Business Field – Electrical
Products – IMEA

While travelling on the Indian roads, one often comes across the persistent problems of incessant traffic jams, long queues at the toll booths, mixing of traffic on roads by different vehicles, i.e. same roads used by high speed cars, trucks, 2 wheelers, cyclists and even animals. Safety & security needs …

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