Automotive Blogs

  • Cubic Telecom: More Than Just Enabling Carrier Choice in Cars

    by Edward Sanchez | Mar 29, 2021
    Connected cars have gone from the realm of conference PowerPoints a decade ago to reality, with an estimated 300+ million connected cars currently on the road ... ...
  • Looking Back on 25 Years

    by Ian Riches | Mar 25, 2021
    Today, 25th March 2021, marks my 25th anniversary of joining Strategy Analytics.  A lot has changed in those 25 years – not least the colour of my ha... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 30 - Integration of Connected Devices Part One

    by Chris Schreiner | Mar 23, 2021
    UX designers are facing mammoth challenges in designing for a connected world. In the first of a two-part episode, Lisa, Chris, and Derek discuss some of these ... ...
  • Wirelss Carriers Face FOMO vs. FOBFA Test

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 22, 2021
    (NOTE: The author is participating this week in the four-day Future Networked Car event put on by the International Telecommunications Union. Details here:... ...
  • Do BMW, Mercedes and VW need Foxconn in the age of electrification?

    by Asif Anwar | Mar 18, 2021
    The loss of business during the COVID-19 pandemic and the high cost associated with developing new platforms to meet the trends towards CASE (Connected, Autonom... ...
  • Uber: A Clear and Present Danger

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 17, 2021
    There’s a basic measure of what constitutes a good job. Would you recommend that job to a friend or family member? Five years ago, in the earlier m... ...
  • Waze CEO Skewers Silicon Valley

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 17, 2021
    In his parting screed describing his seven years under the wing of Google, post its $966M acquisition of Waze, former CEO Noam Bardin takes the company and his ... ...
  • Ford's Winning EV User Experience

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 17, 2021
    It’s amusing to listen to Volkswagen and General Motors posturing over their multi-billion-dollar plans to launch massive EV product line-ups in order to ... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 29 - Accessibility for Self-Driving Cars

    by Chris Schreiner | Mar 16, 2021
    Self-driving cars were initially marketed as a means of opening the world to those with mobility challenges. But are they following through on that promise? Are... ...
  • Volvo Confronts Coming Customer Care Crisis

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 12, 2021
    Ever since the rise of Tesla Motors’ CEO, Elon Musk, and his direct business model and direct way of communicating, competing car makers have struggled to... ...
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to 5G Cars

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 10, 2021
    Prior to the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic car makers were inching toward putting their 5G connectivity plans into action.  There was a growing recognit... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 28 - Hearables

    by Chris Schreiner | Mar 09, 2021
    Derek and Chris discuss the UX of hearables. What exactly are they? What key features do they enable? Chris goes through the UX of the BeHear Access, Timekettle... ...
  • Honda Asserts Automated Driving Leadership

    by Roger Lanctot | Mar 08, 2021
    When Honda Motor Co. tied up with General Motors almost a year ago to collaborate on vehicle propulsion technology, connected car tech, and assisted driving, ob... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 27 - Robinhood and the UX of Financial Services Apps

    by Chris Schreiner | Mar 02, 2021
    Derek and Chris discuss the recent Robinhood scandals from a UX perspective. What role did the user experience of the Robinhood app play in the GameStop saga? H... ...
  • Managing Map Change During COVID

    by Roger Lanctot | Feb 24, 2021
    Carmera is a tiny location technology company having a giant impact. That impact has been amplified by the onset and persistence of COVID-19. Carmera&rsquo... ...

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