28 décembre 2016

Artificial Intelligence Creates Immense Potential for Innovation and Growth in the Car Industry

Artificial Intelligence Creates Immense Potential for Innovation and Growth in the Car Industry LONDON, April 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digitisation will change the future of cars, challenge traditional business models and create immense potential for innovation. In future, cars will be cognitive – not only will they recognize voices and be able to optimise the journey, they will also incorporate other cognitive technologies of AI - computer vision, machine learning, rules based... [Lire la suite]

20 novembre 2016

3 Reasons Why Smartphone Telematics Is The Way To Go!

3 Reasons Why Smartphone Telematics Is The Way To Go! There’s no doubt that the adoption of the financial credit score as a rating variable for premium underwriting was an innovation in its time. But now it’s time for the next big thing in insurance – smartphone telematics. For automobile insurers, telematics represents a growing and valuable way to quantify driver risk. Instead of pricing based on vehicle and driver characteristics, telematics presents the opportunity to measure the quantity and quality of a driver’s behavior. ... [Lire la suite]
27 juillet 2016

Shifting gears: Insurers adjust for connected-car ecosystems

Shifting gears: Insurers adjust for connected-car ecosystems As the number of applications grows, a strong ecosystem is forming around the connected car, involving a range of participants—among them automakers, insurance companies, telecommunications firms, sensor and chip manufacturers, and digital-platform giants like Amazon and Uber, as well as academic institutions and standards-making bodies. The rise of this ecosystem is changing the competitive landscape for all participants, especially for companies in the insurance industry.... [Lire la suite]
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10 juillet 2016

Autonomous driving levels 0 to 5: Understanding the differences

Autonomous driving levels 0 to 5: Understanding the differences Between the buzz over self-driving cars at CES 2016 and the Obama administration's announcement to invest almost $4 billion in autonomous vehicle research over the next 10 years, the race to create the best self-driving car has never been hotter. And, the rise of self-driving cars is going to have a major impact on businesses and professionals. Automated vehicles could replace corporate fleets for deliveries or transporting employees, for example.... [Lire la suite]
07 juin 2016

Interview: Continental CEO Elmar Degenhart On Charting The Company's Future In Connected Mobility

AG. Continental CEO Dr. Elmar Degenhart is preparing the company to capitalize on the massive changes occurring in the auto industry. Photo by Continental Like many long-established companies involved in the automotive industry, major Tier 1 supplier Continental has anticipated and is now experiencing a major shift in its business due to changes brought about by technology. Fast paced innovation in vehicle software and connectivity, autonomous driving and fuel efficiency mean that auto industry giants like Continental need to react... [Lire la suite]
01 juin 2016

Connected Car Tech

Zubie gains $6 million in additional funding Connected car platform and telematics provider Zubie has gained $6 million (£4.1m) in additional funding with Melody Capital Partners and OpenAir Equity Partners among the VCs involved. Read more news : http://www.connectedcar-news.com/

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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