Automotive Blogs

  • Time for NHTSA to Get Serious

    by Roger Lanctot | Jul 28, 2022
    In the final season of “The Sopranos,” Christopher Multisanti (played by Michael Imperioli) and Anthony Soprano (James Gandolfini) lose control of t... ...
  • Wireless Carrier Moment of Truth

    by Roger Lanctot | Jul 28, 2022
    When Cruise Automation’s cars recently began coming to a stop jamming up San Francisco streets senior wireless and automotive executives worldwide began s... ...
  • Apple CarPlay Dives Deeper Into the Dash

    by Edward Sanchez | Jun 08, 2022
    As part of its WWDC 2022 presentation, Apple announced an update to its CarPlay automotive infotainment connectivity suite, in which it detailed considerably d... ...
  • Commabody: Troll Product Answer to Tesla Optimus Robot or Something More Interesting?

    by User Not Found | May 06, 2022
    On May the 4th 2022, the technology company start-up announced a new platform to compete with the likes of Boston Dynamics robotic platforms and Tesla&... ...
  • 800V EV Platforms to Become ‘New Normal’ by 2025

    by Edward Sanchez | Apr 21, 2022
    The current EV landscape is a bit fractured at the moment, with various charging standards, system architectures, and voltage specifications. But as with the ev... ...
  • How Bosch’s Current Strategy Compares to Siemens for Autonomous Vehicles

    by User Not Found | Apr 14, 2022
    Both German suppliers have invested heavily on research and development in the fields of autonomous driving, autonomous vehicles, infrastructure, and mobility, ... ...
  • Auto Safety - A Dickensian Tale

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 22, 2022
    As I prepare to join the International Telecommunications Union's Future Networked Car Symposium - today through Friday - I am reminded of Charles Dickens' "A T... ...
  • Israel Post-COVID: Auto Sector Open for Business

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    With one last unused itinerary in my United Airlines profile from pre-COVID bookings, I opted to pay a visit to the Holy Land – Start-up Nation – Is... ...
  • Stellantis Vaults to Auto Safety Leadership

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    From being the automotive industry’s poster child for cyber vulnerability after the infamous Jeep hack nearly seven years ago, Stellantis has surged to th... ...
  • Emergency Response Getting Sexy

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    For 20 years the concept of emergency response has been one of the most tired, uninteresting sectors of the automotive industry. General Motors introduced ... ...
  • Rescuing Crash Notification from 3G Shutoff

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    Transportation visionary Joni Mitchell captured the 3G shutoff quandary facing the European and U.S. auto industries succinctly in the words of “Big Yello... ...
  • Answers Auto Industry 3G SOS

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    The 3G shutoff dates for wireless carriers in the U.S. are rapidly approaching with ominous implications for the nascent connected car industry:   Ver... ...
  • GM's Super Duper Cruise

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    It’s one thing to lead an industry. It’s another to anticipate and meet a new challenge well ahead of competitors in an industry. It&rsquo... ...
  • Zero Credibility

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2022
    The headline on the embargoed press release from Neural Propulsion Systems this week was promising: “Zero Roadway Deaths Means Seeing Everything Sooner, C... ...

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