Quectel announces C-V2X module AG18 to enhance driving safety and efficiency
Quectel Wireless Solutions, a IoT and automotive solutions provider, announces the launch of its new AG18 automotive module, one of the next generation of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) modules.
Cybellum and Jingwei HiRain announce new partnership to ensure the cybersecurity of embedded systems
Cybellum, a provider of the Product Security Platform for connected product and device manufacturers and Jingwei HiRain, advanced supplier of automotive electronic systems, announced a new partnership to meet the challenges of cybersecurity across the automotive supply chain. This will help Jingwei HiRain to provide a critical product security solution for their customers.
Waabi unveils its first-generation self-driving truck
Autonomous trucking startup Waabi has unveiled its first generation of trucks that are purpose-built for OEM integration. The trucks are powered by the Waabi Driver, a combination of Waabi’s software, sensors and compute. Their launch signals both that Waabi is ready to verify and validate its self-driving stack and that it’s open for business.
CerebrumX to use Ford connected vehicle data to help transform auto insurance with UBI as-a-service
CerebrumX Lab Inc. (CerebrumX), an AI-driven automotive data services & management platform, announced it will incorporate Ford connected vehicle data to support its data-driven usage-based insurance (UBI) as-a-Service model for Insurers. This model offers a quicker and more cost-effective implementation of UBI programs by using embedded telematics for eligible Ford and Lincoln connected vehicles.
Geotab and Atom Power partner to deliver seamless EV charging management
Geotab partnered with Atom Power to deliver the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure integration available through Geotab’s fleet management platform, MyGeotab. Fleet managers will now have access to complex fleet analytics and EV charging infrastructure to make their transition toward electrification simpler and more cost-effective.
Veoneer awarded active safety system by major Asian OEM
The automotive technology company Veoneer has signed an agreement with a major Asian OEM to equip an electric vehicle joint-venture in China with an active safety system comprising of a monovision camera, a package of forward-looking and corner radars, and an ADAS ECU.