As one of the pioneering figures in the field of electric mobility, the
BMW Group is equipping itself for the myriad requirements of future
mobility, as illustrated by the BMW i Hydrogen Next fuel cell
development vehicle awaiting visitors at the IAA Cars 2019 show.
At the IAA, Schaeffler will present the third generation of its Space
Drive technology and the enhancements that have been made to the
Schaeffler Mover – solutions for autonomous and sustainable mobility in
In its 50th anniversary year EDAG is partnering with Crypta Labs to
develop Automotive Cyber Security (ACS) solutions with unbreakable
quantum encryption to the highest safety and connectivity standards.
Building on nearly 25 years of connectivity leadership, General Motors
announced plans to introduce new in-vehicle technology that will enhance
the overall customer experience and make it easier than ever for
customers to bring their digital lives into future connected vehicles.
From production to the product, from sales to the legal department:
artificial intelligence (AI) opens up new ways for the automotive
industry to further improve the customer experience and make processes
more efficient. To make responsible use of these opportunities, Daimler
AG is the first automotive manufacturer to establish principles for
SafeRide Technologies, the first automotive cybersecurity company to
offer a multi-layer deterministic and heuristic anomaly detection and
threat prevention solution, announced that CAN Optimiser, its
ground-breaking machine learning-based data compression software for
connected vehicles, has been validated by multiple leading OEMs and
Tier-1 suppliers and is ready for production.
L&T Technology Services Limited (LTTS), a leading global pure-play
engineering services company, has been selected as a strategic partner
by a European automotive manufacturer for its electric Powertrain
Ford Mobility in Europe has been employing big data analytics combined
with detailed on-site observations to discover where – and why – some
stretches of road are more likely to experience road safety incidents