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Autopilot: Tesla moves from optical to radar sensor

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Published: 13 September 2016 According to the Tesla Blog, Version 8 of Autopilot software will have a significant upgrade. It will use onboard radar signals. Though radar sensors were there in all Tesla models since 2014, but they were supplementary to the optical sensors and image processing system(Mobileye). Here onwards …

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Mercedes & Microsoft working together to launch connected office in cars

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Published: September 05, 2016 At a recent event IFA 2016 in Berlin,  Mercedes-Benz has announced a new project called In Car Office to incorporate smart productivity features into your ride. For this initiative, Mercedes-Benz and Microsoft are partnering up to enable drivers to be more productive while on the road and away from …

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The future of motor insurance: How car connectivity and ADAS are impacting the market

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Published: August 10, 2016 For automakers, being able to offer data-driven insurance at the point of sale will enable them to broaden their portfolios of financial services and reposition themselves along the insurance value chain. For the automotive industry, relatively little has changed over the past three decades – until …

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Clarion & KOTEI Informatics form joint venture, to develop in-vehicle infotainment systems

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Published: June 24, 2016 | Cypress, California Clarion Co., Ltd., has launched a joint venture with Wuhan KOTEI Informatics Co. Ltd. (KOTEI), which enables Clarion to respond with even greater agility to shifting market trends of in-vehicle infotainment systems in the Chinese market as well as the broader global market. Established …

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Symbio and Tamul Multimedia collaborates for connected car services

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Published: June 13, 2016 | San Jose, US Symbio has launched Symbio’s Connected Car (SCC). The SCC product is intended for the global ultra low-cost Display Audio market, supporting Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Baidu Carlife. Symbio is also collaborating with Tamul Multimedia, a Korean semiconductor vendor specializing in the automotive …

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HERE and Hyundai join hands to offer free map updates

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Published: June 9, 2016 | Berlin, Germany HERE and Hyundai Motor Europe are collaborating to ensure that every new Hyundai vehicle with built-in navigation system in Europe will come equipped with the latest map content powered by HERE. Additionally, the companies are giving an exclusive offer with Lifetime MapCare providing …

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Intel acquires Itseez to improve navigation and driver assistance

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Published: May 27, 2016 Intel signed a definitive agreement to acquire Itseez Inc. This acquisition furthers Intel’s efforts to win in market segments like automotive. Americans spend some 75 billion hours a year driving. Morgan Stanley estimates that self-driving vehicles could deliver $507 billion in annual productivity gains – to …

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Google selects Harman as audio technology partner

Published: May 24, 2016 | Stamford, US Harman International Industries and Google are entering into a new audio partnership at Google I/O 2016. This collaboration between Harman and Google will include modules for Google’s new mobile device, Ara. This device will give customers complete choice over the features they value, …

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VerifEye Technologies introduces AMOVI Taxi product line

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Published: May 19, 2016 | Toronto, Canada VerifEye Technologies Inc. is expanding its AMOVI advanced mobile video product line to include new models that will address the specific requirements of taxi fleets adapting to the seismic changes occurring in the on-demand transportation industry. The AMOVI Taxi product line combines VerifEye’s …

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Harman developing Reverse Pedestrian Detection safety technology

Published: April 15, 2106 | Stamford, US Harman International Industries has declared the development of a new safety system to help eliminate the blind spots that kill or injure 15,000 pedestrians a year in the United States. Reverse Pedestrian Detection combines data from a range of existing Harman technologies fitted …

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