Automotive Blogs

  • UX Soup: Episode 40 - Google I/O

    by Chris Schreiner | 6月 01, 2021
    The annual Google I/O developer event was held May 18-20 and several announcements were made regarding Android 12 and advancements in AI, AR, and other areas. L... ...
  • 5G Automotive Standards, Licensing Fosters Fast Adoption

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 28, 2021
    The adoption of 5G technology in the automotive industry is proceeding quietly but rapidly. Indications are that 18 car makers from around the world have c... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 39 - CHI 2021

    by Chris Schreiner | 5月 25, 2021
    CHI is the must-see HMI conference every year. This year it was virtual, with the leading academic and industry researchers presenting their latest findings. Li... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 38 - Contactless Payments and Digital Wallets

    by Chris Schreiner | 5月 18, 2021
    Contactless payment systems like Apple Pay and Samsung Pay haven't caught on in the West like they have in China. What UX issues are holding them back? What fea... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 37 - Electric Vehicles

    by Chris Schreiner | 5月 11, 2021
    More and more carmakers are committing to electric vehicles in the coming years. Chris and Lisa discuss consumer acceptance of EVs, concerns consumers have, the... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 36 - Ride Hailing and Other Mobility Services

    by Chris Schreiner | 5月 04, 2021
    Chris welcomes Ben Lundin from Strategy Analytics' Connected Mobility Service to discuss ride hailing, car sharing, bike & scooter sharing, and public trans... ...
  • CTA Proclaims Return of CES to Vegas in 2022

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 03, 2021
    The Consumer Technology Association announced yesterday the return of the Consumer Electronics Show – CES – to its home at the Las Vegas Conventio... ...
  • Chip Shortage, COVID-19 Unmask Transit Gaps

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 03, 2021
    I haven’t traveled a lot during the COVID-19 pandemic, but I have flown a few times around the U.S. As a former frequent flyer I pride myself on anti... ...
  • eSync Alliance: Standardizing Software Updates

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 03, 2021
    As an American, I find myself gazing across the Atlantic with a mixture of awe, envy, and confusion at an automotive marketplace operating under a highly activi... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 35 - Robotics

    by Chris Schreiner | 4月 27, 2021
    Robot vacuum cleaners, robot companions, robot police dogs...robots have been in the spotlight, with new ones appearing at CES every year. In this episode, Lisa... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 34 - Interactive Voice Ads

    by Chris Schreiner | 4月 20, 2021
    Could I interest you in a free cup of coffee? Advertisements that interact with you via voice recognition are in development. Could these actually work? In what... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 33 - Co-Creation in Citizen Science

    by Chris Schreiner | 4月 13, 2021
    Lisa welcomes Karen Purcell from Cornell University to UX Soup to discuss an ongoing NSF-funded citizen science project where they are co-creating an app for un... ...
  • California Crash: Don't Blame Tiger

    by Roger Lanctot | 4月 12, 2021
    The battle over the police handling of the investigation of Tiger Wood’s catastrophic crash in Rancho Palos Verdes on Feb. 23 has begun with finger pointi... ...
  • Car Insurance: When Google Shrugged

    by Roger Lanctot | 4月 12, 2021
    The global market for auto insurance is expected by some to surpass $1T in five years. The U.S. market alone already represents a $300B opportunity. The ma... ...
  • Apple's Cook Paints Himself into an Autonomous Corner

    by Roger Lanctot | 4月 12, 2021
    These days tech journalists and analysts appear confident of one thing. Apple is working on an autonomous car. There’s a “Garbo Talks” qu... ...
  • UX Soup: Episode 32 - Revisiting Distance Learning UX

    by Chris Schreiner | 4月 06, 2021
    Renee and Chris from Episode 11 make a return visit to talk with Lisa about what has changed from last time with the user experience of distance learning at the... ...
  • Tesla's License to Kill

    by Roger Lanctot | 3月 31, 2021
    Even as Honda Motors puts a so-called Level 3 semi-autonomous vehicle on the road in Japan – 100 of them to be exact – the outrage grows over semi... ...

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