Powertrain Detroit is a one day conference and tech showcase that brings together the stakeholders tasked with creating the fuel-efficient and lightweight cars of tomorrow.
Autonomous Car Detroit is a one day conference and tech showcase that brings together the stakeholders who are making the self-driving car a reality.
Connected Car Detroit is a one day conference and tech showcase that brings together the stakeholders responsible for the evolution of the connected car.
Connected Car Pune is a one day conference and tech showcase that brings together the stakeholders responsible for the evolution of the connected car.
HD Truck Pune is a one day conference and tech showcase that focuses on the technologies and trends that will shape India's commercial vehicle industry over the next decade and beyond.
Despite the allure of advanced connectivity features and associated services, fuel economy was the overriding trend of the day at HD Truck Pune, a one-day conference hosted recently by Automotive Megatrends. Freddie Holmes summarises the key takeaways highlighted at the event by OEMs, suppliers and industry analysts
India’s trucks, a decade from now? Faster, more powerful and more efficient than today. But the self-driving electric truck? That’s many decades away from India’s roads, writes Martin Kahl
As OEMs respond to demands for connected features, the cyber security challenges grow. Green Hills believes software separation could hold the key to meeting these. By Xavier Boucherat
There’s no such thing as bug-free software, something which could have serious consequences in a fast-moving car. Wind River’s Marques McCammon talks to Megan Lampinen about the need for software standards for connected and autonomous vehicles
From vehicle status and diagnostics to infotainment and beyond, the volumes of data produced by new cars will need reliable analysis and management. Megan Lampinen talks to Quantum, a company that believes it can offer all of this and more
Following its US$8bn buy-out by Samsung, will Harman’s push for connected car leadership be pushed aside? Don’t bet on it, Harman’s Phil Eyler tells Freddie Holmes
Megan Lampinen takes a look at the auto industry’s growing interest in the circular economy
Freddie Holmes rounds up the key talking points raised at Connected Car Pune, a one-day event hosted by Automotive Megatrends
Thanks to connectivity, drivers and vehicle occupants will be better informed and entertained in the car; more significantly, they should be safer and will have better access to mobility, writes Navigant Research’s Sam Abuelsamid
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