12 avril 2016

How to Turn Your Normal Car into a Connected Car

Not everybody needs—or even wants—a completely connected car. As we previously discussed, 20 percent of connected car owners have never used as many as half of the high-tech features available in their vehicles: in-car concierge, mobile routers for wireless Internet connectivity, automatic parking systems, head-up display, and other built-in apps. The following devices can make almost any car “smart.” Just plug them into your vehicle’s OBD-II port (also called a diagnostic port)–located under the steering wheel or on the driver’s... [Lire la suite]

30 mars 2016

Trends and outlook of the auto electronics industry, by DELOITTE

Trends and outlook of the auto electronics industry, by DELOITTE Since 2010, the global auto market has featured quite a polarized development. The United States has begun to emerge from the economic crisis, while European countries are facing a debt crisis and excess production capacity. The major emerging markets have entered a stable stage after one or two years of explosive growth. (For these reasons,) the auto industry is experiencing a global capacity redesign to capture the new growth markets. At the same time, OEMs are... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2016

ABI Research: 6 transformative paradigms driving toward smart, sustainable automotive transportation

ABI Research has defined six transformative paradigms for the automotive industry over the next 25 years: the software-defined car; sensors and big data; the connected car; cooperative mobility and the IoT; electrification; and car sharing/driverless cars. While the first three phases are already underway, the latter three will start to drive the market forward within the next 10 years, according to the market research firm. The final three stages—cooperative mobility, electrification, and car sharing leading to driverless cars—will... [Lire la suite]
02 mars 2016

First Connected Ambulance

  Here is the first version of the connected ambulance.Read more (in french) https://www.linkedin.com  
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17 janvier 2016

The Top Five Trends For The Connected Car In 2016

The Top Five Trends For The Connected Car In 2016   Posted Jan 2, 2016 by Mahbubul Alam (@MovimentoAuto) Many years ago, car predictions focused on what near-future vehicles would look like.  Would they be bigger or smaller and how fast would they get from 0 to 60 mph? But today, as modern automobiles have evolved to moving machines bristling with sensors, software, processors and networks, future predictions are all about technology.  So, what are the likely features for connected cars... [Lire la suite]
14 janvier 2016

Trends and Innovations shaping ‘connected cars’

Trends and Innovations shaping ‘connected cars’ Innovations and changes are inevitable part of auto industry. Technology adaptation can be in the department of safety, usefulness, entertainment or just for the sake of modernization, but such changes in technologies have completely revolutionised the automotive industry and the mode of human transportation. Over the time, cars have grown more comprehensive and stylish as more cars are connected to the Internet – either through a direct in- vehicle dashboard app or through the... [Lire la suite]

09 janvier 2016

NEXYAD showed that risk of accident is not correlated to driving style

Although ntuition let people presume that risk of accident may be correlated to driving style, NEXYAD could demonstrate that this is wrong : There are quiet but dangerous drivers, and there are brutal but safe drivers. The module SafetyNex, developed by the company NEXYAD shows how it really works, and this module is the ultimate telematics solution (connected car) for onboard road safety estimation. Available on smartphones, second market electronic devices, and first market electronic devices. Examples of mappings Safety x... [Lire la suite]
03 mars 2015

Security Innovation Launches Automotive Centers of Excellence

The Expertise to Provide Services and Share Cyber-security Research for Connected Cars Security Innovation, an authority in automotive and software security, announced today that it has established Automotive Centers of Excellence (ACE) Laboratories in Seattle and Boston. ACE Labs will provide our customers with valuable insight into threat and attack profiles in their automobiles. Security Innovation’s Automotive Centers of Excellence have been created to help automotive customers adopt best-in-breed security practices from other... [Lire la suite]
13 février 2015

Audi A7 Piloted Driving concept

Audi’s showpiece event for CES 2015 was the Audi A7 Piloted Driving Concept, which was able to guide itself the vast majority of the way from California to Nevada in time for the show.  At the show, Daniel Lipinski, project leader for Audi’s automated driving projects, explained how his team developed the A7 Piloted Driving car, nicknamed Jack, and all the ins and outs of the technology under its skin. Compared to a regular A7 that you or I can buy, assuming we had enough dosh or credit, of course, the semi-autonomous A7 is... [Lire la suite]
09 février 2015

Personal assistant, communication between vehicles and big data: PSA explores the future of the automobile

 Soon, you talk to your car, which will respond. The vehicles will also be able to communicate with each other by sound or light signals. With big data and the connected objects, personal mobility and on board interactions will also be upset. This future, not so long ago, PSA Peugeot Citroën is preparing it in its  the OpenLab Design, which brings together engineers of the group and design students to the floor on the future of human-machine interfaces. In this video, Saran Kaba Diakite, head of innovation for the user... [Lire la suite]