Guest Post For the rich app experience that customers have grown accustom to, auto manufacturers need to change how they think about apps. Native apps that reside on smartphones and interact with on-board systems are the answer to what’s been plaguing in-car infotainment systems since they were introduced to the market.
Guest Post Paul Asel is Managing Partner at Nokia Growth Partners.
The race is on to make our cars smarter.
There’s still a good argument for having a dedicated navigation system inside your car.
The company has unveiled an aggressive plan to build self-driving cars that are commercially viable within two “vehicle generations.”
Ford will partner with a Russian university to study the communications models of robots in space. The goal is to provide the next generation of drivers with insights about how to avoid traffic accidents.
Guest Post Will the connected cars of 2020 offer night vision, automatic alcohol detection via breath monitors, virtual driving simulations, and advanced lessons (remotely administered) to practice our reaction times when safely parked in the garage?
Forrester issued a report titled “Connected Cars — Prepare for the Next Computing Environment” which explored the challenges and opportunities in this sector and provided a 10 year outlook.
Ford’s director of technology Vijay Sankaran spends a lot of time thinking about what the “Internet of things” means — and where cars fit into that vision.
IBM is partnering with Sprint Velocity to “drive connected cars into the future.” The joint endeavor will bring IBM’s data management technology together with Sprint’s connected car platform to create a faster, smarter in-car communication system.
Ford’s chief technology director gave a peek at the always-connected cars of the future this week at VentureBeat’s MobileBeat conference in San Francisco.
Connected cars may be the future, and voice technology company Nuance is shelling out $80 million for Tweddle Connect to enhance its connected car platform.
AT&T’s quest to attract developers (and make you hate it less) is off to a strong start in 2013.
Today, Cisco and NXP announced they are making a strategic investment in Cohda Wireless, which builds hardware to make cars smarter and more connected.
Cadillac debuted its new connected car system, dubbed CUE, today, and the in-dashboard interface clearly took a lot of notes from smartphones and tablets.