Jaguar, Shell App Shows Possibilities for Connected Cars

  • Emma Sandler
  • February 15, 2017
Jaguar Land Rover and Shell Oil Co. announced today that United Kingdom residents can now use a special perk that allows them to pay for fuel from their car’s touchscreen, but only if they have a Jaguar’s F-PACE, XE, or XF models. Consumers still have to exit the vehicle to pump the gas, but the data generated from the app could […]

Will Ford’s $1B AI Investment Change the Calculus for Driverless Cars?

  • Natalie Mattila
  • February 13, 2017
Artificial intelligence is coming to the transportation industry, as evidenced by Ford Motor Co.’s latest $1 billion investment in startup Argo AI, but will it spur utilization of driverless cars as a transportation service? While it doesn’t appear likely, at least for now, Ford has its eyes on the driverless prize, and looks to bring […]

PwC: Emerging Technology is Key to the Future of Mobility

  • Emma Sandler
  • February 13, 2017
The transportation industry is evolving rapidly, driven by innovative technology and startups disrupting the space. Yet many businesses in the sector seem unprepared for what has been dubbed the Fourth Industrial Revolution. With so many changes oncoming, this begs the question: Why aren’t more organizations taking advantage of today’s technology disruptions? Why aren’t they preparing for the […]

PolySync to Democratise Autonomous Research with Open Source Platform

  • Diana Asatryan
  • December 12, 2016
In the tech world, open-source software is an increasingly popular model for developers to share and learn through collaboration, and thus drive innovation. Not so much in the auto world. But a Portland, Ore.-based software startup is set to change that. PolySync, which develops next generation software for autonomous cars, announced the launch of Open […]
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