While it’s transformation is not as widely discussed as sectors such as media, finance, or retail, the automotive industry is also riding the crest of a wave of technology-fuelled disruption. Automotonous driving, electrification, and data analytics are recasting the experience of customers, while new business models like ridesharing have changed

BMW’s in-car digital services are driving up its IT requirements by around 30 per cent each year, forcing the manufacturer to migrate its applications away from its traditional IT architecture which can no longer cope. Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards. Simple. Fast. Easy. BMW’s Connected Vehicle services

Alibaba has teamed up with BMW to develop a range of “digitalised experiences for the car and home” for all new BMW models sold in China from the first half of 2018. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter With the collaboration, Alibaba will help the automaker integrate smart speakers

Intel says it is on track to deploy 40 autonomous test vehicles by the end of the year. BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye are working together to make self-driving vehicles a reality by collaborating to bring solutions for highly automated driving (Level 3) and fully automated driving (Level 4/5) into


Automotive and industrial companies have a tremendous revenue growth opportunity – in the range of $1 billion per company, according to analysis by Accenture. The opportunity stems from the need to develop a strategy that focuses equally on growth, profitability and, sustainability and trust. The forecasts are drawn from an

Mapping technology company HERE has launched a traffic service that aggregates live vehicle sensor data from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The HERE Real-Time Traffic service integrates the live vehicle data with traffic probe information to provide more accurate and precise information about traffic conditions. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights