Connected Vehicle

News & Updates

13th Feb 2020

Press Releases

CSG Supports Telstra Connected Car Solutions Across Asia-Pacific

Telstra has leveraged its advanced technology innovation and domain expertise in IoT connectivity for connected cars to develop an ecosystem for its customers in the car industry and support a transition for them to successfully navigate the future proliferation of autonomous vehicles. Read more

Zubie Partners with AutoMap for Dealer Loaner Fleet Tracking Solution

Zubie, a leading connected-car platform and telematics data insights provider, announced a new integration partnership with AutoMap, the leading inventory tracking and audit solution for dealerships to launch its new product, AutoMap Pro™, which will add the capability of off-lot tracking for dealership loaner fleets. Read more

News & Snippets

India auto production to shrink by 8.3 pc in 2020; coronavirus spread may hit supply chain: Fitch

[The Economic Times] Fitch Solutions on Wednesday said it expects vehicle production in India to contract by 8.3 percent in 2020 as the auto industry faces increasing risk of supply shortage due to China’s coronavirus outbreak, possibly hitting domestic output if the virus spreads in the country. Read more

A powerbank to fast-charge your EVs? Volkswagen may have found the answer

[Hindustan Times] Volkswagen and E.ON have developed an electric vehicle fast-charging system. The two German companies claim that this system is simple, inexpensive and can be done anywhere. Read more

Nokia and SoftBank claim 5G first for connected cars

[] Nokia and SoftBank Corp are claiming to have become the first to have successfully completed tests demonstrating use of non-standalone 5G to commercially operate connected cars. Read more

Driverless Shuttles Make Headway in the U.S.

[Engineering News-Record] At several dozen college campuses, airports and residential communities, low-slung, driverless shuttle buses cruise around predefined routes. These low-speed vehicles typically carry up to 15 passengers. Read more

Autonomous driving in Japan

[Motoring] We’re a long way from fully autonomous cars. If you want a car that can drive you home from the pub when you’re drunk, or let you sleep on your commute to work, you’re going to have to wait a long time. Read more

House Subcommittee Holds Hearing On Autonomous Vehicles

[Law Street] On February 11, the House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce held a hearing to discuss the future of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in America. There are currently no existing safety standards or regulations that govern AVs. Read more

Blogs & Articles

Why We Should Be Even More Nervous About AVs

[Streets Blog USA] A staggering 85 percent of Americans aren’t comfortable with the idea of a driverless car pulling next to them at a light or passing them in a bike lane — but 68 percent of them also think better vehicle-safety standards will make autonomous vehicles safe enough for our streets Read more

Self-Driving Car Bill Drafts Silent on Maker Accountability

[Bloomberg Government] House and Senate lawmakers moved a step closer to drawing up driverless car legislation, drafting sections that stopped short of addressing a key sticking point: whether a customer can sue if there’s a crash. Read more


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