HUBER+SUHNER continues to drive in-vehicle connectivity forward with showcase of advanced automotive portfolio at IAA

At this year’s IAA exhibition, HUBER+SUHNER will exhibit its solutions addressing the challenges faced by the automotive industry in the rise of the electrical mobility era. Presenting its leading automotive products, HUBER+SUHNER will use the event as a platform to promote its extensive expertise in the automotive industry, with a vast range of systems that offer efficiency, ensure reliable connectivity and enable autonomous driving. Offering the highest quality products for demanding and harsh environments, the automotive portfolio by HUBER+SUHNER incorporates leading technology products that look to solve the key obstacles…

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UltraSoC joins AESIN to further automotive safety and security

New whitepaper on automotive cybersecurity & safety available to download CAMBRIDGE, UK – 9 July 2019 UltraSoC today announced that it has joined AESIN (the Automotive Electronics Systems Innovation Network) to further its development of secure automotive systems with embedded monitoring capabilities. Such technology helps developers to verify that their products function securely and safely in the lab, and can also be used in-life, providing ongoing monitoring while the production system is in use. UltraSoC’s embedded analytics products use dedicated hardware to detect security problems such as hacking far more…

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ZTE and Orange show the advantages of 5G in advanced automotive, robotics and entertainment applications

Madrid/Valencia, 18 June 2019 – Orange, the second largest mobile network operator in Spain and one of the leading telecoms in the world, and ZTE, telecommunication equipment maker and provider of network solutions and smartphones, are demoing a number of applications for the new 5G technology at the Global 5G Event and the European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC). The first test, #ConnectedVehicleCampus5G, shows a remote-driving application based on 5G technology. In it, ZTE worked jointly with Orange and the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). In the test, several…

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ADLV Expects Marked Growth For Online Checks By Local Authority Fleets – As DVLA Ends DLC Option

The ADLV (Association For Driving Licence Verification) is expecting a marked increase in Local Authority fleet demand for its online licence services, once the DVLA’s DLC (Driver Licence Check) service ends in December. Currently, the DLC is used to verify the licences of local authority fleet drivers and also to check the licences of local Private Hire Vehicle (PVH) taxi drivers. By using the ADLV online service, which is based on longer 3 year ‘permissions’, Local Authority users can easily automate more frequent checks than they were previously able to….

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Sono Motors Awards Major Contract to Continental

Long-Term Partnership for Production of the Sion’s Electric Drive Unit Munich, November 22, 2018 – The German mobility provider Sono Motors announced today that it was entering into a cooperation with Continental, the world’s second largest automotive supplier. The long-standing German company’s Powertrain division will build the electric drive unit (EDU) for the Sion, the first series produced e-vehicle with integrated solar cells. This is a long-term partnership between Sono Motors and Continental, extending over the vehicle’s full life cycle. In addition to the engine, the Sion’s drive unit consists…

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Automotive companies expect major short-term revenue gains from partner ecosystems, but many want to go it alone – BearingPoint survey

Digital strategy and partner ecosystem research reveals major opportunities and major inconsistencies within the automotive sector                                             Amsterdam, October 25, 2018 – BearingPoint today unveils the findings from a comprehensive study into digital strategies and partner ecosystems within the global automotive sector. The report Partnership ecosystems: the driving force behind mobility innovation? reveals that more than half of automotive companies believe they can win the ‘battle for the dashboard’ against…

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Automotive Technology M&A on Track For 100 Deals in 2018 as Driver Behaviour Undergoes a Revolution Says Hampleton Report

AI, AV simulation, mapping software, cybersecurity and traffic safety companies in demand as auto companies fight for future market share London, UK – 3 October 2018, The latest Automotive M&A Market Report from international technology mergers and acquisitions advisors, Hampleton Partners, outlines how the world’s automotive manufacturers are competing fiercely with suppliers as well as newer market entrants, such as Waymo and Tesla, to acquire the cutting-edge auto businesses and technologies that are transforming the future of personal mobility and commercial transport. Hampleton estimates that the market is on track…

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Traditional car companies investing billions in M&A to play catch-up in autotech race says Hampleton Partners’ M&A Report

Autonomous vehicles, connected cars, anti-hacking security and mobile phones as passive keys are just some innovations on the road ahead for automotive tech M&A London, 22 February 2018 – The latest Automotive M&A Market Report from international technology mergers and acquisitions advisors, Hampleton Partners, shows that established automotive companies, such as Ford and Continental, are investing billions to wrest back the initiative from their Silicon Valley rivals, Google, Apple and Tesla, in developing the auto industry of the future. Download Hampleton Partners’ Automotive M&A Market Report here: https://hampletonpartners.com/autotech-hampleton-report-2018 David Riemenschneider,…

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