Connected Vehicle

Webinar Recap: Embrace and Extend the Connected Vehicle Platform

By | July 17th, 2017|Automotive, Connected Vehicle|

The connected vehicle continues to rapidly evolve and grow as customer, economic and government demands increase. Based on a recent study by IDC, it is forecasted that technology connectivity investment (internet of things) will reach $1.4 trillion by 2021. The transportation industry alone will spend approximately $85 billion in 2017. But are you delivering a [...]

Automotive Connectivity While You Sleep

By | May 23rd, 2017|Automotive, Connected Vehicle|

Consumers today are always connected. Who doesn’t own a phone or tablet or car that is connected. Many of us have multiple devices that we use for personal or business use, and one or more of them seldom, if ever, leave our side. Fact is, connectivity is a way of life. According to a recent [...]

The Connected Vehicle Telematics Evolution

By | April 27th, 2017|Automotive, Connected Vehicle|

“Alexa start my car” is a phrase that we will soon be saying, while enjoying that second cup of coffee in the morning. These days the connected vehicle is more than just knowing my radio presets or connecting to my phone. The connected vehicle can be transformed to an assistant on wheels, such that it [...]

The Road to the Connected Car

By | March 30th, 2017|Automotive, Connected Vehicle|

Customer demand fuels innovation. 90% of vehicles will have connectivity by 2020 It is no secret that the automotive industry is going through significant change driven by the evolution of technology. Consumer preference around transportation is shifting from traditional car ownership toward diverse mobility services. The connected vehicle has enable transportation to become a platform [...]

Google and Intel: Two Ways to Connect the Automotive and Technology Camps

By | September 24th, 2015|Connected Vehicle, Internet of Things|

Tech companies are making strides in establishing their places in the automotive space through strategic hires and initiatives. First, there is Google’s surprise hiring of automotive industry exec John Krafcik to be the first CEO of its autonomous car division. Equally as important, is Intel’s launch of an Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB). Comprised of [...]

What the Jeep Hack Means for Connected Car Security

By | July 23rd, 2015|Connected Vehicle, Covisint Corporation, Internet of Things|

Major automotive security news broke this week that researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek successfully hacked into a 2014 Jeep Cherokee from a laptop 10 miles away. Using software code that should send chills up the spines of automakers, they were able to not only access and control the Jeep’s dashboard and infotainment system, but [...]

Automotive Dealers Need Help to Help You

By | June 30th, 2015|Connected Vehicle, Covisint Corporation, Internet of Things|

The way we purchase vehicles is set to change dramatically over the next few years. Explore the role of automotive dealers now and in the future with Covisint director of connected vehicles, Tim Evavold. Tim joined an expert panel at this year’s TU-Automotive Conference in Detroit which, in addition to Covisint, featured industry experts from [...]

The Equation for Interoperability in Today’s Connected World

By | June 25th, 2015|Connected Vehicle, Covisint Corporation, Internet of Things|

Creating a seamless, interoperable connected car experience is no easy feat. Companies are working together to provide drivers with security, privacy and liability provisions to fast track the future of connected cars. Recently, our chief security officer, Dave Miller, and Cisco director of smart connected vehicles, Andreas Mai, took the stage at Detroit’s TU-Automotive Conference [...]