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BMW Group brings Enlighten App with real time traffic signal data into the vehicle’s display

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Published: July 29, 2015 | N.J., United States The BMW Group announces that it is the first manufacturer to bring the EnLighten App, by Connected Signals, into the car. Drivers of BMW Vehicles with iOS Devices will be able to see traffic signal data on the vehicle’s display in real …

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BearingPoint explains the “next wave of maturity” of connected car market in Europe

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Telematics Wire recently got chance to interact with BearingPoint’s Sarah-Jayne Williams to discuss connected cars market in EU. Sarah-Jayne Williams is an Automotive Partner at BearingPoint UK and leads the Digital and Customer Management practice. She has worked with both OEMs and Automotive Leasing Providers to design and deliver digital …

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HERE explains the roadmap for “humanized” driving on top of connected navigation

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By analyzing speed probe data from non-automated cars already on the road, patterns start to emerge that show how humans drive in a particular area, for example when they are exiting a major highway. This data can then inform your driverless vehicle how to conduct itself. We call this HERE …

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BMW Group ropes cities model based around people rather than cars

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Published: July 16, 2015 | Berlin, Germany Electric car sharing represents an important pillar of the BMW Group’s efforts to help create a sustainable model for urban mobility, reduce traffic volumes and improve the quality of life in cities. In order to bring this goal within reach through partnership with …

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EXCLUSIVE: Capgemini, BT and W3C articles in Smart Automotive May-June edition

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Published: July 15, 2015 | New Delhi, India Telematics Wire, a media services firm focused on online publication, market research and conferences related to Vehicle Telematics revealed the upcoming edition (Vol 2, Issue 3) of its bi-monthly publication Smart Automotive. The online edition can be accessed HERE. Smart Automotive is …

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HP explains the convergence of “new style of IT” and connected vehicles

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The cloud – in most cases a very controlled, secure private cloud – will be the technical backbone where data from the car is collected and updates to the car are provisioned. In my opinion the main challenge is not a technical one, it is the introduction of suitable processes …

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Jasper: Delivering connected car services that consumer will pay for

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Consumers have well-established digital lives outside the vehicle. Rather than trying to develop an entirely new series of billing relationships, vehicle owners should be able to extend their car into the monthly recurring service fees they currently have established. Paul Drysch, Global Director-Connected Car | Jasper In the next five …

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Why automotive OEMs are becoming more software savvy, explains Arynga

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Consumers today demand a connected driving experience which rivals the benefits, connectivity, and ease of use provided by that of their smartphone. New vehicle design must be innovative enough to satisfy the connectivity requirements of the consumer mindset, where unplugging is not an option. Therefore, increased vehicle connectivity and user …

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Cloud connectvity comes to Bultaco’s Brinco electric motor bike

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Published: July 01, 2015 | Barcelona, Spain Spanish motor cycle maker Bultaco says it is on the cusp of opening a factory producing electric bikes that are fully connected via smartphones to the Cloud. Its first model since the old company ceased production in 1983, the Brinco Moto-Bike, will soon …

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Airbiquity: Connected Cars of tomorrow would be “contextually intelligent”

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Industry has a good line-of-sight on what connected car is today, which is centered on well-defined use cases like Vehicle Connectivity, Safety & Security, Infotainment Delivery, Electric Vehicle, and Fleet Management.The next phase will be what Airbiquity calls “Context Intelligent,” which is the delivery of driving centric services powered by …

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