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(Telematics Wire) Volvo Cars and Ericsson achieve cross-border 5G network vehicular handover

Upstream Security raises $36M from Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance to disrupt the telematics insurance space
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (MSI), a subsidiary of MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings, Inc. announced a strategic partnership through capital investment into Upstream Security, which offers a cloud-based mobility cybersecurity and data analytics platform as part of the automotive OEM’s vehicle security operations center (VSOC). 

 

 

International Truck launches Cummins X15 over-the-air engine calibrations
International Truck, the commercial truck brand of Navistar International Corporation, announced the upcoming availability of Cummins® Connected Software Updates™ and programmable trim parameters through Navistar’s OnCommand® Connection portal, enabled by Navistar‘s factory installed second-generation telematics device.

 

 

Volvo Cars and Ericsson achieve cross-border 5G network vehicular handover
The test, at the AstaZero test track in Sweden, is part of the EU-funded 5GCroCo project – a major initiative that is preparing for large-scale connected car trials along a 5G corridor between Metz in France, Merzig in Germany and Luxembourg.

 

 

Daimler Truck AG to use CATL lithium-ion batteries
Commercial vehicle manufacturer Daimler Truck AG and lithium-ion battery manufacturer and developer Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) – announced the intensification of their existing partnership based on their shared vision of CO2-neutral electrified trucking. 

 

 

May Mobility testing a Toyota Sienna equipped with its autonomous driving kit
May Mobility announced that it is testing a Toyota Sienna equipped with its autonomous driving kit (ADK) and will work with Toyota to add the vehicle to public shuttle fleets in 2022.

 

 

Continental (CES) to integrate TriEye’s SWIR in its driver monitoring system
Israeli startup TriEye, developer of mass-market Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensor, announces its collaboration with Continental Engineering Services (CES). This collaboration will focus on the implementation of SWIR imaging systems in Driver Monitoring Systems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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