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Volkswagen (VW) Group is to invest €2.4 billion into a joint-venture partnership with China-based Horizon Robotics, maker of “energy-efficient computing solutions for smart vehicles”, to develop autonomous vehicles and driving …

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Vodafone is looking to offer enhanced satellite positioning to locate IoT devices and autonomous vehicles within centimetres, rather than with standard metre-range accuracy, as with straight GNSS services. It is …

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AT&T in Mexico has installed a private LTE network from Finnish vendor Nokia at the APM Terminals port in Puerto Progreso, in the Yucatán in Mexico. The pair are billing …

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ERTICO, the European public-private collective of road transport agencies and organisations, has signed a provisional deal with the European Space Agency (ESA) to collaborate on space technology and services to …

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A survey of Gen-Zers in the UK – born digital, come-of-age with ride hailing apps, and most comfortable, logically, with the concept of autonomous mobility – has found, indeed, that …

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An automotive-technology-engineering collective has joined a new mobility initiative organised by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on the ‘front lines of the mobility revolution’. Their task is to shape a …

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Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors is to work with Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) to jointly develop new compute and connectivity platforms for software-defined electric vehicles, offering varying degrees of autonomy. …

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Blue White Robotics, Federated Wireless, and Intel have announced work to adapt and connect existing farm equipment, notably tractors, at a California winery into autonomous production vehicles. The trio said …

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Volkswagen-owned automotive software company CARIAD has said it will use system-on-chips (SoCs) from Qualcomm for its new automated driving platform, for use in all Volkswagen car brands from the middle …

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Japanese manufacturing group Mitsubishi Electric has inducted country-mate NTT Docomo into its new Industry 4.0 alliance in Thailand in order to offer private 5G with smart manufacturing solutions from other …

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