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Friday 25 November 2022
C2A Security brings full lifecycle EV security protection to Asian market
Growing EV adoption has put cybersecurity at stake. Besides the vehicle, a charging station could also be the target of hackers. Israel-based C2A Security focuses on developing cybersecurity...
Monday 21 November 2022
Automotive software is changing the relationship between automakers and Tier 1s
The relationship between mainstream automakers and Tier 1 suppliers has experienced a subtle change when they entered the future vehicle sector. This is especially true with the shift...
Thursday 17 November 2022
Vietnamese EV brand VinFast targets North America, Europe markets
VinFast opened its first showroom in Toronto, Canada on Nov 16, the first of eight planned across Canada. The Vietnamese EV brand targets not only North American customers but also...
Friday 11 November 2022
MIH proposes seamless EV information security framework
EVs will massively incorporate intelligent functions including autonomous driving in the future, and therefore information security associated with data transmission among diverse...
Friday 11 November 2022
MIH has three EV startups act as ambassadors
The MIH Consortium, an alliance organized by Foxconn Electronics specifically for promoting development of electric vehicles (EVs), cooperated with US-based accelerator Techstars...
Friday 28 October 2022
Uspace completes US$8.2 million Series A led by Taiwan Mobile, enters Tesla rental service
Uspace, a technology company with sharing economy as its core value, announced the completion of an US$8.2 million Series A funding round on Oct 27, led by Taiwan Mobile. According...
Friday 28 October 2022
Primax finds success in automotive sector with three-in-one sensor approach
Acoustoelectric component maker Primax Electronics remains confident in its 2022 performance and optimistic about its 2023 outlook despite the overall environment causing a recession...
Friday 28 October 2022
Is self-driving AI a tech breakthrough, a dream, or an eradication of pleasure?
Reuters reported exclusively on Oct 26 that the US Department of Justice has probed into a series of car crashes involving Tesla's self-driving system. The marketing hype...
Friday 28 October 2022
Arm-backed automotive project marks milestone in software-defined vehicle development
The software development framework Scalable Open Architecture for Embedded Edge (SOAFEE), launched in September 2021 with the backing of Arm, has seen its members quadrupled to more...
Wednesday 26 October 2022
Qualcomm's automotive business strides on, Snapdragon to be found in Volvo's new flagship EV
Swedish automaker Volvo's new electric flagship due to be publicly presented on November 9 will feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon Cockpit Platform. As EENews Automotive reports,...
Thursday 20 October 2022
Foxconn showcases research results in future vehicles, highlighted by information security and V2X
The Hon Hai Research Institute (HHRI)'s goal is to do foresight research 3 to 7 years ahead that comply with the group's 3+3 strategy. They will announce their progress at the NExT...
Tuesday 18 October 2022
How will Asian EVs win European hearts?
As EV takes increasing market share in the US, Europe, and China, the automotive market is seeing many new players coming from Asia. Notably, Chinese ones such as BYD, Great Wall...
Friday 14 October 2022
OToBrite develops inner wheel blind spot alarm system with visual AI
Taiwan's OToBrite Electronics has announced recently that it has developed a blind spot information system (BSIS) for large commercial vehicles using visual AI. OToBrite pointed out...
Thursday 13 October 2022
Hyundai investing US$13 billion by 2030 to strengthen software defined-vehicle capabilities
Hyundai Group has announced deployment of OTA updates on all its new vehicles to be launched starting 2023, both electric vehicles (EV) and ICE vehicles, to fully integrate digitalization...
Thursday 6 October 2022
Infineon becomes first chipmaker to join IoT open standard EEBus
Germany-based chip supplier Infineon Techologies has become the first chipmaker to join the EEBus consortium, according to the company.