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October 27, 2022

The transition from advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to autonomous driving (AD) has encouraged original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to partner with start-ups to develop hardware and software capabilities ...

October 20, 2022

As the prevalence of vehicle safety features has steadily increased, a new poll by PEMCO Mutual Insurance finds that drivers' trust in the latest technology-driven bells and whistles has risen significantly, as well. But while drivers today may embrace safety tech assistance from tools like back-up cameras and brake assist, most admit that they're not ready to jump into the passenger seat of a driverless car ...

October 04, 2022

As the automotive industry methodically advances toward greater vehicle automation, consumer readiness for higher levels of automation remains low — even declining slightly from 2021 — making it challenging to bring vehicle buyers into the modern mobility movement ...

September 19, 2022

The US Department of Transportation is accepting applications for two programs that will make approximately $160 million available annually for the next five years for projects that use technology to improve our transportation infrastructure and make communities safer ...

September 14, 2022
Pete Goldin

Gartner announced "Seven Disruptions CIOs Might Not See Coming" and ITS made the list twice, with flying autonomous vehicles and wireless electric vehicles (EVs) ...

September 06, 2022

For years, automakers have talked about electric vehicles and autonomous driving as two connected parts of the future of cars. But new research from Ipsos shows that automakers might be better off if they talked about them separately ...

August 10, 2022

The US FHWA and FTA together awarded $49.2 million in innovative technology grants to improve mobility and multimodal connections for millions of Americans who travel on US highway and transit systems ...

July 26, 2022

A coalition of experts in automobiles and auto safety — AAA, Consumer Reports, J.D. Power, National Safety Council, PAVE, and SAE International — released a set of expanded and updated recommendations for universal terms for advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features ...

July 12, 2022
Javier Perez

So, what’s top of mind for automotive software developers this year? Here are more takeaways from the 2022 State of Automotive Software Development Survey Report and considerations for the road ahead ...

July 11, 2022
Javier Perez

Modern vehicles and the automotive industry at large have undergone significant changes from the early days of looking under the hood to understand how a car worked. Today, vehicles are much more complex — most of which run upwards of 100 million lines of code and leverage software for everything from braking systems to communication systems all to ensure vehicles are safe, compliant and reliable for the road. As vehicles continue to modernize, understanding the emerging trends, challenges and best practices will become increasingly vital to remain competitive and trusted ...