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Western Digital Corp introduces it’s newest and highest performing automotive-grade card solutions to date


Western Digital Corp has introduced it’s newest and highest performing automotive-grade card solutions to date. Newly enhanced SanDisk Automotive card storage solutions provide endurance and reliability for intensive applications and “connected automotive” applications under extreme ambient temperatures. It is being claimed that with up to quadruple the read speed and …

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Daimler Mobility Services acquires German ride sharing startup, flinc


Daimler Mobility Services has announced the full acquisition of the Darmstadt-based flinc GmbH. flinc is the leading provider of door-to-door ridesharing for short- and medium-haul routes. The start-up launched the flinc platform for short-distance carpooling in 2011. Today, around half a million customers are registered with the platform. As the …

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BMW integrating Alexa into all BMW and MINI models from mid-2018


The BMW Group is expanding the intelligent connectivity capabilities of its vehicles by integrating Alexa, Amazon’s voice-controlled personal assistant, into all BMW and MINI models from mid-2018. The inclusion of cloud-based voice service will enable BMW Group customers to access a variety of services, entertainment features, and shopping facilities while …

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Navistar and VW to work together on connectivity and developing a medium-duty electric powered vehicle


Navistar with alliance partner Volkswagen Truck & Bus is planning to develop an electric-powered, medium-duty vehicle for the company’s Core market i.e. U.S. and Canada. The company may launch its first medium-duty electric powered vehicle in late 2019 or early 2020. Navistar and Volkswagen Truck & Bus also will also …

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Hyundai opens its first global Big Data Center focused on connected cars in China


Hyundai Motor has opened its first global Big Data Center in Guian, China. The center will gather and analyze massive volumes of data collected from the company’s connected cars. Big Data Center in China lays the foundation for a China-focused Car Cloud, leveraging expertise in connected car technologies gathered through …

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Daimler testing connected trucks in platooning operations on public roads in the US


Daimler is testing connected trucks in platooning operations on public roads in the US. Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has received the permission for this from the regional regulatory body Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). In truck platooning, connectivity and automated driving improve safety within the vehicle convoys, support drivers …

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Continental makes available its cloud-based solutions and acquires full ownership of OTA keys to enhance its ‘Key as a Service’ portfolio,


Continental has enhanced its ‘Key as a Service’ portfolio by making available its cloud-based solutions namely, Continental Smart Access (CoSmA) and Remote Cloud Key (RCK). The company has also acquired full ownership of OTA keys. Both solutions support access on demand to vehicles using a smart device, to lock, unlock and …

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Klashwerks emerges to launch all-in-one connected car technology

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Klashwerks, the Ottawa-based design and technology company focused on the emerging connected car market,  announced its official launch with the introduction of its flagship product, Raven. Based on the premise of safety and family first, CEO and founder Russell Ure — previously of Piper — is bringing to market a …

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Connected car technology is a necessary and complementary development for all self-driving cars in the future: Russell Ure


Klashwerks, an engineering design and technology company focused on the emerging connected car market launched its’s flagship product, Raven. Telematics Wire got into coversation with Russell Ure, CEO and Cofounder of the company. Russell talks about the new product Raven and some aspects of connected cars in the conversation. TW: …

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India: Unlimit and IBM collaborate to co-create IoT solutions for specific industry verticals


Unlimit, a business venture of Reliance Group and IBM announced a strategic collaboration that brings together Unlimit’s  industry-specific Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with IBM IoT capabilities to unlock new value for businesses in India. Both the companies will co-create IoT solutions for specific industry verticals including automotive, insurance, utilities, …

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