This special 'Industry insight' brings together TU’s comprehensive coverage of how the telematics industry is pioneering the development of V2V/V2X technologies
Jessica Royer Ocken reports on protecting the connected vehicle against malicious software attacks.
Susan Kuchinskas looks at the state of the art of autonomous vehicles, and how they could change the automotive business and society.
Greg Nichols explores how smartphones could supplement embedded ADAS with things like pedestrian avoidance, and what this means for the future of DSRC.
In the first of a two-part series, Greg Nichols assesses the impact of the Ann Arbor Safety Pilot on the future of DSRC as a V2V/V2I standard in North America.
In the second of a two-part series, Greg Nichols assesses the impact of the Ann Arbor Safety Pilot on the future of DSRC as a V2V/V2I standard in North America.
As Chinese cities build intelligent transportation systems, openings arise for telematics solutions to fight atmospheric pollution. Kevin Holden reports from Beijing.
Jessica Royer Ocken looks at what it will take to get vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) telematics on the road
Jessica Royer Ocken reports on new telematics tech that delivers better traffic and navigation information and allows OEMs to offer wider services
Jessica Royer Ocken explores how vendors can offer vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) solutions that don’t increase driver distraction
Susan Kuchinskas considers whether the speed of autonomous vehicle development will make V2V irrelevant
Cars that communicate with each other are already on the road. Susan Kuchinskas looks at Nevada's new regulations for insight into how the V2V legal and regulatory infrastructure can be developed
Security is an integral part of making V2X a success. Jessica Royer Ocken explores the technology and issues needed to make it work
Stephanie Flores investigates what it will take to get consumers interested in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) capabilities
Jessica Royer Ocken explores what it would take to make vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) telematics mainstream
Andrew Tolve outlines the new distraction guidelines from the U.S. Department of Transportation
Andrew Tolve reports on the telematics industry’s response to the new distraction guidelines from the U.S. Department of Transportation
Susan Kuchinskas considers the new business models that may emerge when V2V and V2X communications go mainstream
Susan Kuchinskas looks at the costs and benefits of advanced driver assistance systems using vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication
Susan Kuchinskas analyzes how telematics is helping create a common language for intelligent highway systems
Susan Kuchinskas explores the market opportunities for aftermarket V2V devices and services
Jessica Royer Ocken examines how V2X technology can help improve advanced driver assistance systems.
Greg T. Spielberg explains how collaboration among car companies, governments and OEMs could spur the growth of vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) telematics
Roger Berg, vice president of Wireless Technologies at DENSO International America, Inc., talks to TU’s Jessica Royer Ocken about the challenges of making drivers comfortable with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology
Susan Kuchinskas explores why the market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) may finally be ready for prime time
Susan Kuchinskas explores how machine-to-machine (M2M) communications is creating an ‘Internet of things’ and what it means for the telematics industry
Andrew Tolve reports on how the telematics industry can create a safer, more connected driving experience through the smart use of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
Martin Nathanson, founder and CTO of Paxgrid Telemetric Systems, on the need to rethink the design of Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) using Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE) standards for vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
Q&A: Building the infrastructure for V2X
Steven H. Bayless,senior director, telecommunications and telematics at the Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) of America, on why a common platform for vehicle communications will provide more opportunity for the industry than individual OEM solutions
Richard Bishop of Bishop Consulting on what's needed to make V2X mainstream—and what potential new revenue streams that might bring