With predictions that the modern connected car could need as many as 18 antennae to provide all relevant services, Harman announced a 5G-ready, multiband conformal antenna for cars, which combines multiple antennae in one module that can be mounted below a vehicleâ€™s body panels, allowing car makers new possibilities for vehicle design.
Building upon Fordâ€™s commitment to deliver 100% connectivity across its vehicle lineup, Ford Commercial Solutions is introducing two products designed to help fleets easily access useful data about their vehicles.
Midlands Future Mobility will be at the heart of the UKâ€™s transport network, making a significant contribution to the UKâ€™s national transport strategy, and will play a crucial role in shaping the transport sector.
Irdeto and SafeRide to provide the only solution on the market that combines network security with software security on the ECU, allowing OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers to detect tampering and anomalies to protect against and respond to cyberattacks
NEVS, a leading Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer, takes another step towards autonomous drive, by using Phantom Autoâ€™s teleoperation safety technology to ensure safe deployment of electric autonomous vehicles.
The GENIVI Alliance, a collaborative community of automakers and their
suppliers developing open software for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and
the connected car, and Future of Automotive Security Technology
Research (FASTR), a nonprofit research consortium dedicated to
automotive cybersecurity, are joining forces as a single automotive
security team to advance both organizationsâ€™ efforts, interests and
expertise in automotive cybersecurity.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced a new $250 million electric
vehicle expansion initiative, EVolve NY, with the New York Power
Authority. In addition to state funding, the program will also seek to
create private sector partnerships through 2025 to aggressively
accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles throughout New York State.
SF Motors, a global intelligent electric vehicle company that aims to
accelerate the growth of the EV industry at large, announced today that
including initial acquisition costs it will invest $160 million in the
Mishawaka, Indiana facility that was acquired in November 2017.