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The rise of Blockchain for Automotive: mobility services
It’s been more than six months since I wrote my last blog post on Blockchain for Automotive. And in the interim, interest in Blockchain from the Auto industry has really taken off. Some of this is, no doubt, sparked by the run up in the world of ...
Part 2: Speeding to SAFe and developing IoT-enabled autos: a tsunami of change
Welcome back! Today is part 2 of my series highlighting the ways that product engineering for IoT-...
Part 1 Developing IoT-enabled autos: a tsunami of change
Welcome to 2018! This year will see a continuation of the far-reaching transition that’s underway in the world of complex product engineering. To get you up to “speed” on IoT-enabled autos, I’ve written a four-part series. I’ll highlight ...
Industrial Design’s New Challenge: Success Through Connection
Product success in the age of the IoT depends more than ever on blending smart sensors with ...
Cars that see: when your car “gets” you
“What’s on your mind?” is the question we ask our colleagues and friends when we notice that they’re deep in thought. We humans naturally read each other’s thoughts using body language and facial expressions. That allows us to help ...
Autonomous vehicles – Watson IoT helps pave an industry revolution
Even the largest and most forward-looking auto manufacturers today were built around the economics ...
Connected vehicles technology comes to life with IBM Watson IoT
The driverless revolution in the auto industry is already buzzing along city streets around the ...
The Secure Connected Car solution at IAA 2017
It’s no news that in any modern car there can be up to 100 computer components. As our cars become increasingly connected, digital, and computerized, the growing number of ECUs (Electronic Control Units) create an expansive and inviting attack ...
Behind the scenes at the me Convention
In mid September, in Frankfurt, neighbouring the International Motor Show, SXSW and Mercedes Benz hosted the first ever me Convention. An agenda bursting with inspirational speakers and a buzzing atmosphere, the me Convention is a completely new ...
Presentation: new business models driven by cognitive intelligence
Last week’s IAA event in Frankfurt was the place for people passionate about the automotive ...
City of Tomorrow: The Integration of Everything
On Thursday September 14th Ben Stanley, Automotive Research Lead from IBM’s Institute for Business Value, spoke at IAA 2017 about the changing ways consumers will engage with their vehicles. Ben explored the promise of self-enabling cars, the ...
The cognitive effect on automotive
The automotive industry is experiencing a paradigm shift. Today’s vehicles are no longer just for transport. Instead, they are moving data centres with the potential to offer consumers access to in-car services like on-the-go toll and parking ...
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