Solace announced that Daimler has selected Solace to provide the technology that powers their â€œMercedes meâ€ app and associated services by streaming information between their vehicles and back-end applications
ElectReon Wireless Ltd. an Israeli company developing smart road technology that wirelessly charges electric cars, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance to develop inductive wireless charging solutions.
Faraday Future (FF) announced that it has joined MOBI, the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative, to explore blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) for use in the development of a digital mobility ecosystem that could make transportation safer, more affordable, and more widely available.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. and Panasonic Corporation announced plans to conduct a research experiment in Indonesia on battery sharing using the Honda Mobile Power Pack (â€œMobile Power Packâ€) detachable mobile battery with electric mobility products, including electric motorcycles powered by the Mobile Power Pack.
With collaboration between Germany and China accelerating in automated driving and intelligent connected vehicles, Daimler and Baidu have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance their Sino-German cooperation in these strategic fields.
Haptic sensation when driving is something that shouldnâ€™t be underestimated. What condition is the road in, how well are the tires gripping? Having or developing a feeling for this can help drivers handle their cars appropriately and safely.
Cepsa has signed a collaboration agreement with Ionity, the European high performance charging network formed by the BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company, and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche, for the installation of electric charging points at its Service Stations in Spain and Portugal
TelefÃ³nica and SEAT have presented the first case within the framework of the 5G Technological Cities project by equipping both a vehicle and road infrastructure with technology enabling the exchange of information, making it the first step towards V2X (vehicle-to-everything) vehicular communication using existing mobile networks in a real urban setting.