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(Telematics Wire) Qualcomm and Renault announce a new partnership to collaborate on the “Software-Defined Electric Vehicles” of the future

ŠKODA launches new Pay to Park service in Europe
The new ŠKODA Connect service Pay to Park now makes parking easier in several European countries: ŠKODA customers can use the MyŠKODA App or their car’s infotainment system to display parking options, view the fees and pay conveniently. 

 

 

Nikola and ChargePoint partner to accelerate charging infrastructure solutions
Nikola Corporation, provider of zero-emissions transportation and energy supply and infrastructure solutions, and ChargePoint Holdings, Inc., an electric vehicle (EV) charging network, announced a partnership to accelerate the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for fleets across the U.S.

 

 

CATL and Daihatsu reached strategic cooperation agreement
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) and Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. (Daihatsu) announced an MOU of strategic cooperation on battery supply and battery technologies to promote e-mobility in Japan.

 

 

Spartan announces partnership with Faction around the deployment of 4D imaging radar for 360 sensing
Spartan, a sensor software company, is partnering with Faction Technology, Inc., to develop driverless vehicle platforms for delivery and vehicle on demand. 

 

 

Amazon India and TVS Motor Company sign MoU to scale EV deployment
Amazon India and TVS Motor Company announced a strategic engagement to strengthen electric mobility, electric infrastructure, and connected services. As part of this collaboration, a fleet of electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers from TVS Motor will be deployed for Amazon’s last-mile deliveries.

 

 

Qualcomm and Renault announce a new partnership to collaborate on the “Software-Defined Electric Vehicles” of the future
Renault Group and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced that the companies intend to take their technology collaboration one step further with plans to deliver a centralized compute architecture for Renault’s next-generation of software-defined vehicles. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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