Automotive

Connected Car Hacks: To the Barricades? No, to the Cloud.

By | August 28th, 2015|Automotive|

Connected Car Hacks: To the Barricades? No, to the Cloud. You could say that it’s been a summer of “insecurity” for auto OEMs.  If you have read the news lately, you couldn’t help to notice that connected car security breaches are starting to mount, and we have every reason to be alarmed. The market sentiment [...]

Connected Car March Madness: The week that was, and the year that’s shaping up

By | March 27th, 2015|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

Connected Car March Madness: The week that was, and the year that’s shaping up The auto industry news has been relatively quiet since CES and NAIAS. That is until last week, when we were suddenly awash with connected car news. That buzz you’re hearing? Maybe it’s those over-the-air software updates that were announced, winging their [...]

The Connected Car Was All The Buzz at CES and NAIAS. Here’s What Caught our Attention, and Why.

By | January 30th, 2015|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

The Connected Car Was All The Buzz at CES and NAIAS. Here’s What Caught our Attention, and Why If you were at CES this month, or read any of the articles resulting from the show, you know that connected cars were a very big deal this year. The fact that there were more automotive manufacturers [...]

What Lies Ahead for the Connected Car? Trends for 2015

By | January 26th, 2015|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

What Lies Ahead for the Connected Car? Trends for 2015 If these past few weeks at CES and NAIAS could be summed up in any one trend, it’s that demand is rising for ubiquitous connectivity and instant information. So, it’s no wonder that connected vehicle technology, from early versions of autonomous and V2V communication to [...]

Will the auto industry turn the corner on data security?

By | December 1st, 2014|Automotive|

Will the auto industry turn the corner on data security? Recently, a group of leading automakers agreed to guidelines aimed at safeguarding the burgeoning volumes of sensitive information being collected by today’s vehicles. We applaud this move because it is the right thing to do, and also because it helps get the industry out ahead [...]

Let technology take the wheel, but don’t let go of the key

By | October 24th, 2014|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things, Manufacturing|

Let technology take the wheel, but don’t let go of the key Did you happen to read the recent New York Times article out of Detroit, entitled Technology Takes the Wheel? If you haven’t, you should, as it has some interesting things to say about the connected vehicle phenomenon, both from an automotive industry and [...]

Will human misbehavior put the brakes on our driverless future?

By | September 18th, 2014|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

Will human misbehavior put the brakes on our driverless future? If you want an interesting read, check out this New York Times piece by Farhad Manjoo with the tantalizing title, The Future Could Work, if We Let It. It’s a commentary on a new book by management consultants Matt Rogers and Stefan Heck entitled Resource [...]

Is the Auto Industry Ready for Big Data

By | September 4th, 2014|Automotive, Internet of Things|

Is the Auto Industry Ready for Big Data On September 7-11, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan The Intelligent Transportation Society of America, in partnership with ERTICO and ITS Asia-Pacific, will host the World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems. The World Congress only comes to North America every three years and will not be back until 2017. [...]

Video: CSO Dave Miller Talks the Future of Connected Things

By | July 24th, 2014|Automotive|

Video: CSO Dave Miller Talks the Future of Connected Things   Following his keynote at Telematics Detroit 2014, Covisint CSO Dave Miller sat down with Telematics Update to discuss the growth of connected things — a trend that could soon bring intelligence and autonomy to the everyday objects in our lives, but also a flurry [...]

Reliving Telematics Detroit

By | June 19th, 2014|Automotive, Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

Reliving Telematics Detroit Connected car technology continues to evolve and extend itself to be front and center for consumers, businesses, and manufacturers. Whether looking for a car that can park itself, communicate with other vehicles or the road infrastructure, or one that is autonomous (self-driving), speakers at Telematics Detroit discussed how these capabilities are coming [...]