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(Telematics Wire) Bridgestone invests in Kodiak Robotics, a self-driving trucking company

Airmax Response targets the emergency services with the launch of integrated event data reco
Instantaneous access to event data recorder saves money and resources, whilst delivering accurate FNOL data in the event of a roadside incident.

 

 

Ford acquires Electriphi, a charging management and fleet monitoring software for EV
Ford announced it is acquiring Electriphi, a California-based provider of charging management and fleet monitoring software for electric vehicles. Electriphi’s team and services will be integrated into Ford Pro –a new global business within Ford committed to commercial customer productivity and to developing the most advanced charging and energy management experiences.

 

 

Lincoln plans to deliver a full portfolio of connected and electrified vehicles by 2030
Lincoln will debut its first global fully electric vehicle next year, the first step toward electrifying its entire portfolio of vehicles by the end of the decade. The new electric vehicle will debut as the brand celebrates its 100th anniversary next year and accelerates growth in North America and China.

 

 

Goodyear Sightline, a tire solution for fleets
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company announced a tire intelligence solution for cargo van fleets, Goodyear SightLine.

 

 

Bridgestone invests in Kodiak Robotics, a self-driving trucking company
Bridgestone Americas (Bridgestone) announced it has made a minority investment in Kodiak Robotics, a leading U.S.-based self-driving trucking company. The partnership will allow Bridgestone to integrate its smart-sensing tire technologies and fleet solutions into Kodiak’s level 4 autonomous trucks.

 

 

Lear, IMS Connector Systems partner on high speed Ethernet solutions
Lear Corporation announced that it has signed a joint development agreement with IMS Connector Systems GmbH, a technology company based in Löffingen, Germany, specializing in high-speed Ethernet solutions for automotive applications.

 

 

 

 

 

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