Connected Cars

The Victorian Government has announced it will begin an Australian first connected vehicles trial to improve road safety. Cars automatically connecting with each other and roadside infrastructure will begin testing features like emergency braking alerts, turn assist and speed limit warnings. The vehicles are not autonomous but the technology is

Bosch motorcycles

A new report from Juniper Research has revealed that more than 62 million vehicles will be capable of V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) communication by 2023; rising from just over 1.1 million in 2019. This represents an average annual growth rate of 173 per cent over these 4 years. V2V solutions enable low-latency communications

Navman probably never thought it would see its value destroyed by a search company. The taxi industry likely never expected to be upended by a phone app. Real disruption is generally a blindsiding event, not an incremental improvement by a traditional irritant. Retailers are facing huge changes to the way

Last week John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO of BlackBerry unveiled BlackBerry Jarvis, a cybersecurity software product for automakers, in a keynote address at the North American International Automotive Show. Built on the company’s decades of cybersecurity expertise and proprietary technology, Jarvis is a cloud-based static binary code scanning solution

Blackberry and Chinese internet giant Baidu are in active negotiations to collaborate on the deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technology for automotive OEMs and suppliers worldwide, Which-50 can reveal. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Yesterday we received a press release Which-50 believed was a standard company announcement

by Paul Shetler and Marcelo Silva Less well-known than their Silicon Valley counterparts, China’s digital disruptors are no less ambitious. To help businesses better understand the size of the opportunity, Which-50 is publishing the China Digital Playbook, an ongoing series authored by digital transformation experts Marcelo Silva and Paul Shetler.

The rise of autonomous vehicles is tipped to spell the end of car ownership, but for now car sales are still growing. 2016 was a record year for car sales in Australia with 1.17 million vehicles sold, an increase of 2 per cent on the 2015 calendar year record. Research

Mercedes Benz driverless parking

At the Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage in Stuttgart, Bosch and Daimler have joined forces to demonstrate what driverless parking will look like in the future. With a command from a smartphone, drivers can now automatically park cars in their assigned spots without having to monitor the vehicles’ movements. Sign up

By 2022 50 per cent of new vehicles will be shipped with V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) hardware — a technology that enables real-time short-range communication between vehicles — according to a new report from Juniper Research. The new research, Consumer Connected Cars: Applications, Telematics & V2V 2017-2022 found that the total number