10 février 2017

Connected Car: mobile operators must innovate to ensure OEMs profit

Connected Car: mobile operators must innovate to ensure OEMs profit The mainstream connected car story swerves from focusing on highly conceptual driverless vehicle futurism to technophobic scaremongering like the supposed growing overreliance on sat navs causing havoc among a fresh generation of the cartographically challenged road user. The reality of the connected car is much more middle of the road. Technically, pretty much anything in connected carland is possible. Elon Musk, CEO of US-auto-firm Tesla, said recently that... [Lire la suite]
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08 février 2017

SafetyNex driving risk profiles may solve the problem of hypovigilance and fatigue detection

SafetyNex driving risk profiles may solve the problem of hypovigilance and fatigue detection SafetyNex is a nomadic real-time risk estimation system, based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The system has been described in detail in previous publications and uses the key concept of "near-accident" or "quasi-accident", and is a result of 15 years of collaborative research with road safety experts and researchers. See http://www.safetynex.net The main competitive advantage of SafetyNex is that it allows, since the risk is... [Lire la suite]
06 février 2017

Microsoft launches a new cloud platform for connected cars

Microsoft launches a new cloud platform for connected cars Microsoft isn’t building its own connected car — but it is launching a new Azure-based cloud platform for car manufacturers that want to use the cloud to power their own connected-car services. The new Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform will go live as a public preview later this year. “This is not an in-car operating system or a ‘finished product’,” Microsoft’s EVP for business development Peggy Johnson writes in today’s announcement. “It’s a living, agile... [Lire la suite]
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31 janvier 2017

NEXYAD invited at the round table of FLEET MANAGEMENT conference

NEXYAD invited at the round table of FLEET MANAGEMENT conference   NEXYAD could discuss with all the other invited speakers about telematics, connected car, and adas/driverless in the future,and focused of the new disruptive real time driving risk assessment smartphone App SafetyNex, for car insurance and fleets. NEXYAD is member of the Groupement ADAS of MOV'EO Read more : http://nexyad.net/Automotive-Transportation/?p=3569
27 janvier 2017

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]
20 janvier 2017

Connected car report 2016: Opportunities, risk, and turmoil on the road to autonomous vehicles

Connected car report 2016: Opportunities, risk, and turmoil on the road to autonomous vehicles The race to build the fully connected car, and ultimately the completely autonomous vehicle, is already under way. Who will cross the finish line successfully, and where exactly that finish line is, remains to be seen. In this report — based on extensive market research, interviews with auto industry experts, and engagement with auto manufacturers, suppliers, and technology companies across the globe — the automotive... [Lire la suite]

09 janvier 2017

Google introduces Android Auto ‘phone-screen experience’ to expand market

  Google introduces Android Auto ‘phone-screen experience’ to expand market Initiative seeks to make Android Auto experience accessible on the handset, to those without compatible in-dash displays. According to Google, Android Auto is now available from “more than 50 [automotive] brands” on in-dash screens. However, seeking to accelerate adoption and reach the broader market of drivers who don’t own one of those compatible cars, the company is introducing an Android Auto experience for smartphones. Read... [Lire la suite]
05 janvier 2017

Telematics Smartphone Applications: Safety, Monitoring, Tracking, Diagnostics, Remote Control, and Infotainment Software

Telematics Smartphone Applications: Safety, Monitoring, Tracking, Diagnostics, Remote Control, and Infotainment Software he integration of smartphones and smartphone applications into vehicles represents nothing less than a renaissance of the interest in both consumer and commercial telematics markets. Car OEMs, automotive "tier ones," telematics service providers and independent system and software developers are rushing to launch smartphone applications, with new solutions being announced almost on a daily basis. The dynamics of... [Lire la suite]
03 janvier 2017

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated?

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated? Internet-of-things technologies enable service providers such as insurance companies to collect vast amounts of privacy-sensitive data on car drivers. This paper studies whether and how privacy concerns of car owners can be compensated by offering monetary benefits. We study the case of usage based car insurance services for which the insurance fee is adapted to measured mileage and driving behaviour. A conjoint experiment shows that consumers prefer their current... [Lire la suite]
02 janvier 2017

Connected car, automotive value chain unbound

Connected car, automotive value chain unbound The term “connected car”* is one of the most intensely debated buzzwords these days. There is no doubt that it will shape the future of the automotive industry, but how? Are consumers going to pay for it (and what is “it” anyway)? How will it impact the underlying revenue and profit pools? In addition, what will determine who will benefit from changes in automotive profit pools? These are the questions we often hear from clients in the automotive, telecoms, technology, and insurance... [Lire la suite]