Ford, LexisNexis to Make Vehicle Data Available to Insurers
LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Ford have entered into a strategic agreement so that Ford connected vehicle data can be available to U.S. auto insurers via the LexisNexis Telematics Exchange.
Frost & Sullivan to Hold Webinar on Connected Cars
Experts at Frost & Sullivan will reveal the disruptive trends for the connected car ecosystem and how automakers can offer value while generating new revenue streams.
US DOT Holds Conference on Traffic Safety and the 5.9 GHz Spectrum
At the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Conference on Traffic Safety and the 5.9 GHz Spectrum, the deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reiterated that the agency’s no. 1 priority is safety, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) reported.
In-Vehicle Marketplace Will Be Available in 80% of Premium Vehicles Sold by 2020, Frost & Sullivan Predicts
The new generation of this platform will leverage customer data and be customized to each vehicle occupant, the firm explains in its “Global Connected Car Market Outlook, 2019.”
Pothole Detection, Reporting Added to Connected Vehicle Tech
CarVi, the company behind a new AI-powered video driving assistant device, announced “Pothole Detection,” a new feature to its flagship device which notifies of lane departure and impending impact with another car.
Texas to Form Connected and Automated Vehicle Task Force
The Texas Department of Transportation announced it is going to create a Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Task Force to become a central point for CAV advancement in Texas.
Symposium to Examine Deploying Autonomous Vehicles in New York City
The New York City Symposium on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles to be held Oct. 23-24 will discuss the implications in New York for government policy, land use, taxi fleets, pedestrians and everyday drivers and passengers.
Survey Indicates Consumer In-Vehicle Internet Connectivity Increasing
Recent survey results from Metova revealed that more than half of respondents own a car that connects to the internet — either directly or via their phone.
DENSO Partners with Plug and Play Innovation Platform to Advance the Future of Mobility
DENSO joins 40 other automotive players, including Ford, Bosch, Nissan and Toyota Financial Services, as corporate partners in Plug and Play’s Mobility Program.
J.D. Power Teams Up with HARMAN on Connected Driving Experience
J.D. Power and HARMAN have teamed up to provide OEMs with better insight into consumer preferences using connected car data.
Bosch, Mojio Partner to Create Connected Car Services
Bosch has announced a strategic investment in Mojio, a technology platform and SaaS provider for connected cars, as well as an innovation agreement to co-develop a suite of advanced connected car services.
Survey Finds Half of Consumers Connect to the Internet in Their Cars
A survey by Metova indicated that more than half of respondents own a car that connects to the internet – either direct or via phone – while two-thirds said they would switch to a different entertainment service if that service was readily available in their new vehicle.