Research and consulting firm IDC believes that by 2023 worldwide connected vehicle shipments will reach 76.3 million units with a five-year compound annual growth rate of 16.8%. The company, in its inaugural connected vehicle forecast, estimates that worldwide shipments of connected vehicles, which includes options for embedded and aftermarket cellular connectivity,Read More
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Japanese electronic components manufacturer Alps Electric will open a booth at CES 2018 to introduce its latest technology. CES 2018 opens at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States on January 9, 2018. At CES 2018, an exposition of cutting-edge technologiesRead More
More than 50% of the communications devices to be used by global population will be having some kind of IoT applications in next five years taking the total count to 27.1 billion by 2021, says the recent Cisco VNI Report. Cisco VNI (vsual network index), an annual affair at theRead More
Not literally! The company will be just funding a startup that aims to build one. Driverless vehicles have caught the fancy of both individuals and companies alike. While tech enthusiasts dream of riding a driverless car soon, several companies including GE are already leveraging basic autonomous vehicle fleet for transportingRead More
According to a new research report from Berg Insight, the first autonomous cars will debut in 2020. The total number of new registrations of autonomous cars is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 62 percent from 0.2 million units in 2020 to reach 24 millionRead More
As a global technology leader in advancing the future of fully autonomous driving, Intel appreciates the U.S. Department of Transportation’s announcement today of guidelines for the testing and deployment of highly automated vehicles, also known as self-driving cars. Today’s federal guidance aligns with several core Intel principles: Our company’s visionRead More
We all know Tesla Motors’ electric car Model S recently got involved in an accident where the driver of the car died when the vehicle was on an autopilot mode. This incident provoked lot of negative stories around Tesla Motors, its founder Elon Musk and the future of driver-less vehicles.Read More