Tag Archives: Automotive

Defining Advanced Driving Technologies

Car manufacturers have long-since mastered the technologies of bending metal and creating things that spin with lots of horsepower and torque. But what’s next? In-vehicle innovation going forward is going to center around keeping drivers safer and making them more … Read more >

Vehicle-to-Vehicle Move is Gateway to Safer, Increasingly Autonomous Driving Experience

When it comes to automotive safety, I embrace all ideas that can lead us to a safer driving experience. NHTSA Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Announcement That’s why I viewed last week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) National Highway Traffic … Read more >

Making IoT Real: Possibilities in the Internet of Things

In case you missed the first and second segments of this series, we captured a great conversation with executives from Intel, McAfee, and Wind River, who are on the leading edge of IoT solutions development. In this final segment, Tom … Read more >

How the Internet of Things Helps Make Everything Smart

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a key component to enabling Intel to answer the question, “How do we make everything smart?” The answer was a central theme in Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote at CES 2014 and Fireside Chat, … Read more >

3 Predictions: Cloud Computing’s Impact On Your Car

When it comes to buying a car, the days of kicking the tires or looking under the hood are gone. The in-vehicle experience is center stage, it’s time to look forward, and inside, to see how cloud computing will change … Read more >

The Connected Car World: Where Does It Go from Here

Automakers put a lot of time and effort into delivering a reliable driving experience. They’re making tradeoffs in time-to-market to deliver the innovation and level of quality that we’ve come to expect, especially in the area of in-vehicle computing, given … Read more >

Geek Week: Intel and Ericsson Team Up to Make a Brighter Electric Car

Electric cars are nothing new. In fact, just of 100 years ago, they were considered a very reasonable alternative to gasoline powered cars from that era. Then, due to advancements in the internal combustion engine at the time, and other … Read more >