Nuance Communications, Inc. introduced a new generation of its Dragon Drive connected car platform, adding two new services to enable customizable content delivery for connected cars.
In North America, the first driverless vehicles will appear in the beginning of the next decade, evolving to more than 10 million robotic vehicles shipping in 2032, according to ABI Research.
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The connected car presents automakers with significant opportunities for generating new revenue streams, gaining a better understanding of customer behaviour via data analytics, and enriching the overall in-vehicle and ownership experience.
Global V2V Penetration into new vehicles will increase from just over 10% in 2018 to 70% in 2027, according to ABI Research (www.abiresearch.com) with the EU, US, and Japan as key regions adopting V2V in the mid-term.
Audi has become the first automaker to offer INRIX Park service. INRIX Park is available now to all Audi connect® subscribers at no added cost.
Elektrobit (EB) Automotive has formed a connected car team that will be led by Dr. Rainer Holve. Holve, formerly vice president and general manager of automotive software in Farmington Hills, Michigan, will be based in Erlangen, Germany, and report to EB Automotive president Alexander Kocher.
Audi has selected Analog Devices Inc. to collaborate strategically within its Progressive Semiconductor Program (PSCP). Analog joins NXP and STMicroelectronics in the PSCP, which increases engagement between Audi and selected semiconductor suppliers to enhance the value they bring to the functionality and reliability of future cars.
Telematics Update has published its Automotive HMI Report 2013, containing an analysis of all relevant human-machine interface (HMI) features by vehicle segment and an overview of “best in market” HMI designs, including those from automakers such as BMW, Audi, Ford, and General Motors.