Automotive Blogs

  • A Road Safety Postcard from Sweden

    by Roger Lanctot | May 15, 2020
    In February, the U.S. became the only country of 140 participating in the Third Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety (a joint effort of the United Nat... ...
  • NVIDIA and Jensen are Trying to Make a Positronic Brain?

    by Angelos Lakrintis | May 14, 2020
    The year is 2035; humanoid robots serve humanity, which is protected by the Three Laws of Robotics. Every robot and machine created has a positronic brain. This... ...
  • Can Tesla Save Hertz?

    by Roger Lanctot | May 12, 2020
    Hertz has an earnings call this morning. Things don't look good and a bankruptcy filing is not out of the question. The current results are not awful, reflectin... ...
  • COVID-19: A Pandemic Made for Tesla

    by Roger Lanctot | May 11, 2020
    With Tesla Motors’ CEO Elon Musk spewing accusations of civil rights violations and fascism in the face of restrictions forcing him to keep his Fremont, C... ...
  • COVID-19: How's Your Business?

    by Roger Lanctot | May 06, 2020
    The COVID-19 pandemic has been a gut-wrenching experience for millions of people around the world - and heart-wrenching as well - and it's not over. Yet even ... ...
  • Moovit on Over, Intel: Make Way for Parking

    by Roger Lanctot | May 05, 2020
    Moovit has long been the darling of Israel's transportation-obsessed startup community. The company has frequently, and appropriately, been compared to Waze for... ...
  • NXP, Infineon, Renesas, Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics hold on to top five in automotive semiconductor vendor shares rankings

    by Asif Anwar | Apr 28, 2020
    NXP, Infineon, Renesas, Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics maintained their positions in the top five of Strategy Analytics’ annual assessment of th... ...
  • COVID-19: Cars as an Essential Service

    by Roger Lanctot | Apr 21, 2020
    The Automotive News reported Friday that updated guidance from the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Iinfrastructure Security Agency had ident... ...
  • Tesla Autopilot Update: Designing for Future, Neglecting the Present

    by Derek Viita | Apr 17, 2020
    As part of its most recent Autopilot update, Tesla has refined the system's status display, sharpening the visual indicators presented to drivers.  Detecte... ...
  • COVID-19: Charting a Course to Recovery

    by Roger Lanctot | Apr 16, 2020
    Maps have become a critical focal point for educating the public regarding the spread of COVID-19 across the world. The next stage in this global crisis will b... ...
  • Time for a Car Radio Mandate

    by Roger Lanctot | Apr 16, 2020
    Where do you listen to the radio? We know you're listening to the radio because radio has the greatest reach of any media. So where are you listening? Accordi... ...
  • Coronavirus Disruption to Automotive

    by Kevin Mak | Apr 07, 2020
    Originally published on March 5th, 2020 - latest update on April 7th, 2020 The coronavirus or COVID-19 is causing a number of issues that will adversely affect... ...
  • COVID-19: Watching the Detectives

    by Roger Lanctot | Apr 06, 2020
    News consumers trying to grasp the magnitude, source, and timing of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, sweeping the globe are beginning to understand something ... ...
  • Tesla's 2019 Turning Point

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 28, 2020
    2019 will be remembered as the year the automotive industry decided to right-size its autonomous vehicle ambitions. Multiple auto makers tempered their v... ...
  • The Virus of Autonomy

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 24, 2020
    Car companies, start-ups, and investors across the globe have embraced and spread the virus of autonomous vehicle technology.  The infection got its start ... ...
  • Chris Webber: Loyalty and Teamwork Matter

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 23, 2020
    It was 31 years ago that Chris Webber, vice president of the Global Automotive Practice (GAP) at Strategy Analytics, began his automotive research and consultin... ...
  • The Gift of COVID-19

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 20, 2020
    The arrival of COVID-19 is the cure for all that has ailed the world for the past few years. Hundreds of thousands have been infected. Thousands hav... ...
  • Technology Tyranny and the End of Radio

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 05, 2020
    As technology consumers we make tradeoffs. We let Google peer into our online activity and email communications and we even accept annoying advertisements tied ... ...
  • Radio in the Car: A Consumer Study

    by Kevin Nolan | Mar 03, 2020
    The surge in adoption of streaming music services, especially among younger consumer segments, has led many to predict the demise of traditional broadcast radio... ...
  • MWC 2020: Huawei Sends Unmistakable Message

    by Roger Lanctot | Feb 18, 2020
    A funny thing happened on the way to Barcelona for the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) event scheduled for this week. The event organizer - the GSMA &nd... ...

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