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Jim Sadler from Xchanging

From motors to beyond

Jim Sadler explains how the insurance companies are exploiting the growth in telematics

 

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Xchanging, telematics

Explosive view of the Audi MMI Navigation Plus platform

Connectivity is king

Michael Mauser looks at how new infotainment architectures are delivering connected infotainment into Audi vehicles

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Harman, Audi, infotainment, Multi Media Interface

Features that can be included in an in-vehicle infotainment system

Clever cars

Vageesh Kumar explores the world of intelligent in-vehicle infotainment

Automotive infotainment is one of the fastest growing technologies in the industry – a growth trend expected to continue with the smartphones technology boom.

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Mindtree, infotainment

There is a proliferation of cost effective, reliable and secure cloud storage

Data highway

The connected vehicle is set to revolutionise in-vehicle information systems to the benefit of businesses and staff alike. Sergio Barata explains

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Telogis, connected car, vehicle networks

Car manufacturing is growing in the UK

Innovating industry

Graham Dewhurst, director general of the Manufacturing Technologies Association, discusses some examples of automotive innovation in action in the UK

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Manufacturing Technologies Association, manufacturing, Mach

Traditional V shaped software development model shows the engineering process and corresponding test environment available from Vector Software

Testing complex software

Steve Rogerson interviews William McCaffrey, chief operating officer at Vector Software, on the importance of test-driven development

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Vector Software, software tools, test-driven development

How the Mini is helping drivers

Intelligent networking between the Mini, the driver and the outside world are creating new ways to enhance driving pleasure, extend the range of comfort functions and provide the latest services in in-car infotainment.

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Mini, BMW, adas

Google will not remain the only non-automotive participant in the market for driverless cars for long

An insight by Frost & Sullivan automotive and transportation team leader Prana Natarajan

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Frost & Sullivan, Google, autonomous vehicles, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Apple, Microsoft

Case study: In-vehicle computers help electric buses cut fuel use and emissions

Electric buses in downtown and suburban areas in Japan are using Nexcom in-vehicle computers to cut fuel consumption and reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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in-vehicle computers, Nexcom, electric vehicles

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