Tag: Automotive

What business doesn’t use Big Data these days? Surprisingly, there are still plenty; however, they might be missing out on a lot, as new technologies sprint forward really fast. Luckily, we are now going to talk about big data in automotive, and that is definitely something interesting and truly progressive.

Many people know that the blockchain, one of the most known trends of 2017, stands behind all cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum and Bitcoin; however, this technology has a much bigger potential than just financial transactions. In this article, we will cover how the automotive sector can benefit from the blockchain.

 

Taking into account that cyber attacks are becoming more and more frequent, data security seems to be an urgent problem to solve. Many large organizations regularly suffer from various types of fraud, so, how do we stop fraud using blockchain technology?

 

The automotive industry resembles a giant kraken (or a neural network), connecting to a raft of related economic sectors that are the source of everything necessary to make and sell passenger cars and heavy vehicles. Every single part of the pipeline, from concept development and the supply of raw materials to forwarding finished vehicles to a warehouse, must perfectly align. Suppliers must know where and when their resources are needed at the factory to support a seamless manufacturing process.

Usage Based Insurance (UBI) – the hottest sector in the insurance market

 

What do you know about recent trends in the insurance market? This market is extremely sensitive to developments and innovations in technology. This is why there is such unprecedented growth in insurance telematics programs in the usage based insurance sector.

Our world is extremely dynamic. Everything is evolving so quickly. Especially things closely associated with information technology. We are already used to cars that tell us how and where we should drive, so it’s no wonder that the next step of evolution is the driverless car. There is no doubt that autonomous driving vehicles will soon be a commercial reality.

 

Every year, the number of new driverless cars slowly increases. One way or another, modern technologies become more efficient and more exclusive, allowing car producers to create more independent, intelligent, and safer autonomous cars with various scanning devices. Which is better? Let’s see it in a LIDAR vs RADAR automotive comparison.

 

Most cars today are equipped with various sensors, including radar that is connected to cruise control system or sensors that can detect objects in blind spots. V2V (vehicle to vehicle) systems help drivers be more aware of their surroundings. These features improve safety without distracting the driver are taking control of the vehicle. It is the car’s sixth sense that notifies drivers about the road conditions ahead, drastically reducing traffic jams and collisions.

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