Collaboration between the auto and insurance industries is key to delivering vehicle-embedded services that will benefit their shared customer and create greater revenue opportunities for automakers through adoption of usage-based insurance services.
An updated NCAP won’t necessarily prevent more accidents or reduce the human error that is a leading cause of these accidents. However, its implementation will better protect vehicle occupants and pedestrians when accidents occur – saving more lives.
More than 830 children have been killed by vehicular heatstroke since 1990. The vehicle, working with sensors, could automatically turn on the air conditioning and send a call for help if anyone is trapped inside.
Simplifying design and reducing complexity while increasing computing power in the car to provide a user-centric experience is the only way the automotive industry can continue to innovate and break sales records.
The traditional architecture approach will no longer support the growth in content and complexity. There isn’t enough computing power to run the vehicle’s complex software algorithms, and the networking infrastructure cannot support future data...