How can I protect my connected cars from hackers?

A couple of years ago, a website called 2025ad was set up as a repository for everything that would bring autonomous driving to the 2025 goal. That goal has been pushed back to make room to create solutions for the challenges that have reared their ugly head. The snake in the room is cybersecurity. [...]

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Samsung buys Harman for connecting in cars

When you go to car.harman.com a segmented car starts breathing; one section at a time the car pulses. If you click on the cloud that hovers over the car, cyber security information comes up. Each group talks about a part of the connected car; data exchange, navigation, the cloud, connectivity, apps, connected interface, [...]

CES technology you’ve come a long way bandwidth

What did bandwidth get you back in the 1980s? the 90s? the beginning of the 21st century? Brett Stark, Continental's telematics group goes through the levels of bandwidth. What year/decade did Level 1 bandwidth come on the market? What could one do on Level 1? We go through the levels of bandwidth with Stark and [...]

MEMS; the future of autonomous vehicles

If you owned a 1979 vehicle, you were one of the first people to drive with a MEMS in their car. Today there are discussions on how many MEMS should be in cars. Bosch says there are about fifty. What is a MEMS? Remember the BBC television show Keeping up Appearances? Part of the sitcom's [...]

Continental and Cisco, bridging borders

Continental and Cisco, bridging borders Zach Bolton, a Continental system engineer, talked to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation, about Continental AG's data channel aggregation What is Data channel aggregation? Bolton talks about the collaboration between Continental and Cisco Corporation. The collaboration allows people in-car access to more data links to the overall wifi [...]

Continental, Cisco: The connected car, the cloud

Jeff Klei, President, Continental Automotive division, NAFTA, talked to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show about the connected car. There are different aspects of the connected car, whether it is connected car-to-car or car-to-infrastructure. Klei talks to Hammond about the importance of the cloud in the connected [...]

April 11, 2014 Real Wheels Washington Post

tracking your every move Good morning Warren and Friends Are you concerned about how much data car companies have because of all the technology going into cars? Do you realize that your smartphone allows people to track your every move? Is there any way around buying a car today without being tracked? Will DMV start [...]

Baby you can park my car, Bosch Automatic park assist

2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Las Vegas, NV - Frank Suessenbach, talked to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation, about Bosch's Automatic park assist. If you talk to Frank he will tell you that cars will soon park themselves automatically. Frank takes us through Bosch's Automatic Park Assist, which has sensors fitted to a [...]

Schwinn’s CycleNav freeapp no more lost

Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Bicycles and cars are increasingly becoming partners on roads in the cities around the Nation. Cyclenav has come up with an app that gives the bicycle rider audio turn by turn way to get off the beaten path, away from all the cars and still home safely. Scott Rice, Global Director, [...]

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