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Friday, June 17, 2022

Auto Cybersecurity Companies’ Challenge Is Now Proving Its Mousetrap Is Better

Oddly seven years after his death (in 1889), Ralph Waldo Emerson was attributed with an even more succinct quote* than his original statement: “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door” (*his original, long-winded quote talked about corn, pigs, knives and a "broad, hard-...
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#Cybersecurity #Functional Safety #Management Consulting

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Privacy Battle Over Connected Cars Takes An Interesting Turn In California

So goes California, and so typically goes the country, and the North American automotive industry along with it.
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#Cybersecurity #Automotive Agile #innovation

Thursday, March 3, 2022

A New Dawn: Blockchain Tech Is Rising On The Auto Horizon

Most of us are unaware of the day-in-day-out pain that we suffer on behalf of antiquated tracking of vehicles. We stand in quasi-zombie lines with hundreds of weary owners awaiting paperwork from a government worker. We pay for more expensive insurance to cover the clandestine fraud occurring throug...
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#Cybersecurity #Automotive #innovation

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

New Study Suggests Which Safety Tech To Buy In Your Next Car

For the average car owner, getting a drive-thru oil change devolves into a cacophony of rapid-fire, confusing, purchase decisions. Air filter replacement? Coolant system flush? Wiper blade replacement? The uninformed driver is confronted by a biased seller, insufficient information and unstated ques...
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#Cybersecurity #Functional Safety #Automotive Agile

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The Role Of The Connection In The Second Era Of The Connected Car

A quarter of a century ago, the First Era of the Connected Vehicle was kicked-off by the former CEO of General Motors, Rick Wagoner, at the 1996 Chicago Auto Show. “Project Beacon” was eventually renamed to OnStar and was enabled by in-vehicle sensors, live advisors and multiple intelligent algorith...
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#Cybersecurity #Functional Safety #Automotive Agile

Monday, November 8, 2021

A Government’s Struggle: How Hands-Off To Regulate Handsfree Vehicles

Per Charles Dickens’ 1859 classic A Tale of Two Cities, our best-of-time-worst-of-times society seems to fit the second, less-famous ironic statement: “… it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness ….” And maybe in no better arena is that dichotomy obvious than with the technological wiz...
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#Cybersecurity #Functional Safety #Automotive