Connectivity adds value – for the customer, the fleet, and the OEM; it creates exciting business opportunities; and it transforms the driving experience. Martin Kahl talks to OEMs and suppliers about the ways in which connectivity is shaping the auto industry
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
Megan Lampinen talks to Siemens about the benefits of a combined application and product lifecycle management strategy
In the rush to get cars connected, could OEMs be providing hackers with the very means to compromise the competitive advantage the OEMs were hoping to gain? By Olivia Price-Walker and Niranjan Thiyagarajan, Principal Consultants at Frost & Sullivan
GPU-accelerated computing is enabling better deep learning, and that’s just what the industry needs to make cars as smart, if not smarter, than drivers. By Xavier Boucherat
3D printing is not new, but Stratasys has previewed two new technologies that could change the game. By Freddie Holmes.
Megan Lampinen talks to Harman India about developing global products in emerging markets
Punch Powertrain’s Gert-Jan Vogelaar tells Michael Nash about innovative new powertrain technologies that are set to make their way to market over the next five years
In a market where cost efficiency is paramount, the opportunity to utilise ‘brought-in’ connectivity cannot be ignored, Visteon India tells Freddie Holmes
The amount of data produced by vehicles is set to grow dramatically with the rise of the connected car. This data can be leveraged effectively with the help of model-based design. By Michael Nash
Michael Nash talks to Tata AutoComp Hendrickson about the trends impacting product development in India’s commercial vehicle market.
In order to avoid self-driving vehicle catastrophes later, there are certain things OEMs must get right now, says Wind River. By Xavier Boucherat
Despite an anticipated decline in the overall diesel market share in the years to 2030, demand for diesel is expected to continue to remain above 50% in medium-upper car segments. By Fabrizio Arena, Hiroto Suzuki, Eric Kirstetter, Wolf-Dieter Hoppe and Daniele Spera of Arthur D. Little
In an exclusive interview, Trevor Milton, CEO of Nikola Motors tells Megan Lampinen his company’s electric truck solution has ‘solved the biggest transportation problem in our history’