The future of connectivity in the car That digital connectivity has become an important part of our daily lives has never been more clearly highlighted than over the last few weeks and months. Throughout lockdown, digital connectivity has been a comfort for many and...
What will be powering the vehicles of the future? “We’ll see unprecedented changes in the next 20 years,” says Dave OudeNijeweme, Head of Technology Trends at the Advanced Propulsion Centre which works on the production and development of low carbon propulsion...
The positive effects of 5G Broadly speaking, the Internet of Things (IoT) enables equipment in industrial settings to gather and share data and carry out connected operations using wired and wireless networks. The advent of 5G could have a revolutionary effect on the...
The Future of Dealerships and Aftersales Departments Many of us still crave a good buying experience. Parting with our hard-earned money can be so much more than a simple transaction. Regardless of pictures and lists of tech spec, when it comes to motoring, most of us...
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