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"Carmakers Respond to Cybersecurity Challenge"
Jeff Massimilla, chief cybersecurity officer at General Motors, discusses how GM is preparing to confront cyberthreats. Appears in February 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Service-Oriented Architecture for Cars Is Next"
If cars are to become nodes on the Internet of Things, vehicle architectures need to change. Carmakers are just beginning to discuss how to transition to service oriented architectures. Appears in December 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"IoT Will Change the Auto Industry, Says Kugler Maag Study"
A new report from the engineering consultant Kugler Maag Cie advises what changes the auto industry should be making to deal with the disruptions ahead. Appears in July 2015 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Airbiquity, The Company Profile"
Privately held Airbiquity receives 100% of its revenue from automotive customers. Its Choreo private cloud platform for connected vehicle services accounted for 53% of 2013 sales. Appears in December 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"GM Seeks Partners for Connected Vehicles"
As OnStar extends its services beyond safety and security it will seek help from suppliers in the wireless and consumer electronics industries to provide a wide range of cloud-based services. Appears in June 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Cisco's Smart Connected Vehicles Business Unit Up and Running"
Cisco, the world's leading provider of networking products and services, sees a huge opportunity in connecting vehicles to the cloud. Appears in April 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"At CES Connected Vehicles Had the Floor"
With its acquisitions of Hughes Telematics and the cloud services company Terremark, Verizon plans to be an automotive M2M player. Appears in December 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Bosch GmbH, The Company Profile"
The world's largest auto parts maker shares its newest strategic direction—toward the Internet of things and services. Top management is committed to making Bosch a significant player in IoTS. Appears in June 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Pioneer Corp., The Company Profile"
Pioneer has been struggling to compete in the crowded infotainment market. Strategic alliances with strong partners should help reduce new product development costs. Navigation market in China holds promise. Appears in July 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"TomTom, The Company Profile"
TomTom is focused on growing its embedded navigation business with OEMs. TomTom now supplies Renault with factory-installed, co-branded, connected navigation and LIVE Services. Appears in April 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Voice Texting May Reduce Distraction"
Hyundai's Blue Link telematics platform, developed with ATX and Nuance uses agent-assisted speech recognition to enable outbound texting by voice. Appears in March 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman's Aha Radio"
Harman recently acquired Aha Radio, a small startup that converts Web-based content into streaming mobile radio. Aha is working to make its content available in vehicles, controlled by the vehicle's user interface. Appears in February 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Toyota's New Entune Connectivity Platform"
Motivated by Ford's success with Sync, Toyota will launch its infotainment platform on selected models this year. Denso and Harman will supply different head units. Appears in December 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Smartphone Connectivity Roils Telematics and Infotainment Markets"
A smartphone can do most of what an infotainment system does and the exploding smartphone market is changing the competitive landscape for infotainment and telematics suppliers, as well as carmakers. Appears in May 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Features and Functions in 2010"
Fuel efficiency is a top priority for all carmakers, but advanced safety and driver assistance features continue to trickle down from luxury models to affordable vehicles. Appears in November 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Internet Radio Use in Cars Will Grow"
Internet radio in cars will take off quickly when the cost of smartphone data plans comes down. Ford and another major carmaker are working with Internet radio provider Pandora on integrating Pandora's music streaming into their infotainment systems. Appears in March 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Automotive Internet Applications Update"
At the 2008 ITS World Congress in New York, Mercedes demonstrated a prototype of myCOMAND, its Internet-based infotainment system. Appears in December 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Panasonic Automotive Systems, The Company Profile"
Panasonic aims to make navigation all about location-based content. Appears in October 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"New BMW 7 Series Loaded with New Electronics"
Software enables a host of new features on the MY 2009 7 Series. Appears in October 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Telematics Makes Progress"
Carmakers must add telematics features to embedded navigation that meet or exceed the capabilities of handheld devices. Appears in October 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Bill Mattingly on Convergence 2008 and Electronics at Chrysler"
Bill Mattingly, General Chair for Convergence 2008 spoke about the focus of the upcoming conference and commented on some recent developments in E/E engineering at Chrysler LLC. Appears in June 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autonet Mobile Brings Internet to the Car"
Autonet Mobile's router and subscription service provide high speed Internet to any Wi-Fi devices in a vehicle. Autonet's managed network ensures seamless connectivity. Appears in May 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Intel's Next-Generation Infotainment System Platform"
Intel is back in the automotive market with the launch of its new Centrino Atom platform for infotainment and telematics. Appears in March 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"NAVTEQ, The Company Profile"
NAVTEQ supplies map data for Internet-based maps, portable navigation devices and every major carmaker that offers a navigation system in North America or Europe. IPO completed in August 2004. Appears in December 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"WAP for Telematics--Unlikely"
Few telematics developers see WAP as the way to bring Internet access to cars. Appears in December 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"i-mode Success Isn't Translating into Telematics Success"
While i-mode is wildly successful in Japan, consumers don't have the same enthusiasm for telematics. Service providers have yet to find the business case for telematics. Appears in November 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Telematics Computing Platforms--Many Alliances and Players"
By the end of the decade, nearly half of all new vehicles will have an embedded computing platform capable of running telematics and multimedia applications. While the market is still fragmented, suppliers are organizing around top component manufacturers. Appears in September 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Digital Radio Broadcasting"
The feature article looks at the future of satellite radio broadcasting and digital terrestrial AM/FM broadcasting. Appears in April 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Sun and OnStar to Jointly Create Java Middleware"
If the two companies are successful in their cooperative development effort, a global automotive standard could emerge. Appears in December 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Driver Distraction Issue Threatens Telematics Market"
Government mandates restricting the use of mobile communications devices could slow down the telematics industry. Appears in October 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 
"MP3 Audio Onboard"
Car audio systems will soon use solid-state memory to story compressed audio files. Appears in June 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Clarion AutoPC for Japan"
Clarion will introduce version 3 of the AutoPC in Japan in 2001. Appears in May 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 

 

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