With live commercial consumer connected car offerings, called Telia Sense, in Sweden and Denmark, enabled by partner Springworks, Telia is making substantial commitments to IoT applications and services. Jens-Peter Meesenburg, the head of global IoT verticals at Telia, tells George Malim why it has targeted connected cars and how he sees the company developing further IoT opportunities in [...]
Rakesh Kushwaha is the head of the IoT Product Unit within Nokia’s Applications and Analytics business group. Here he tells George Malim how he sees the connected cars ecosystem developing as the market moves on from retrofitting point solutions to traditional vehicles using long-established technologies to one where many services utilise the same, flexible platform to federate connected [...]
Do providers of Internet of Things services view the IoT as a new revenue stream or a cost-saving exercise? This is one of the key questions Jeremy Cowan of IoT Now put recently to long-time communications industry observer Robin Kent, director of Adax.
RealVNC, has announced their new collaboration with Frazer-Nash Research Ltd, the pioneering British technology and electric powertrain developer.
The large volumes and the diversity of devices that are predicted to be connected to the IoT over the next few years will introduce a new set of challenges in testing and validation – not only for the devices themselves, but also for the networks that will support them.
The insurance industry is struggling to meet the expectations of 21st Century consumers, independent research has found. In a survey of 2,005 British adults, sponsored by GMC Software, 93% of consumers said they wanted more choice in how they communicate with insurers.
The year has got off to a good start. In the same week that Toyota unveiled plans for an IT infrastructure to support a global fleet of connected cars, ISIS showcased its latest driverless car bomb and North Korea set off an earthquake inducing Hydrogen bomb. Three events guaranteed to give the population the willies.
Event date: February 4, 2016 Washington Marriott Georgetown, Washington D.C.
Following the success of Forum Global’s IoT and Spectrum conferences, Connected Cars USA will present a unique opportunity for high-level debate among both policy and industry stakeholders in this exciting new sector.
Daimler and WirelessCar have signed a long-term agreement, realising the technical opportunities with connected cars into new business-to-business services.
The slew of recent news reports showing the vulnerability of connected cars to hackers has shattered trust in cars themselves as well as in emissions monitoring. The way manufacturers can rebuild this trust is by ensuring the best possible protection, authentication and authorisation between entities and devices exchanging data.
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