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    1. Vehicle to Cloud data transfer standard proposal

      Vehicle to Cloud data transfer standard proposal

      HERE has submitted its proposal for a unifying standard enabling connected autonomous vehicles to communicate through the cloud infrastructure. Location cloud company, HERE has made a significant step forward in efforts to drive a global standard for vehicle-to-cloud data – a development which in turn brings the promise of automated vehicles closer to reality.

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      Mentions: The Cloud
    2. Expanding customers’ computational horizons

      Expanding customers’ computational horizons

      Anyone driving today’s cars enjoys the benefits of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) but may not know it, as CFD likely saves them money on fuel. That’s because carmakers use CFD analyses to ensure that air flows over and around the car as efficiently as possible to reduce drag and improve gas mileage.

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      Mentions: Microsoft Intel
    3. How Surface is accelerating NASCAR into the cloud

      How Surface is accelerating NASCAR into the cloud

      NASCAR and high technology might not be the first bedfellows you think of - the sport has the reputation of being little more than big engines and circular tracks, after all - but the racing series has turned to the cloud and Microsoft specifically to not only bring its legacy systems into the 21st century, but do a better job of engaging fans and spotting rule-breakers.

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      Mentions: Microsoft The Cloud
    4. Cloud-based Connectivity Shifts Auto Ecosystem

      Cloud-based Connectivity Shifts Auto Ecosystem

      Millions of cars gain connectivity annually through embedded cellular modules, smartphone tethering platforms, and aftermarket OBD-II dongles. Vehicle performance and driver behavioral data that was once untracked, trapped within the vehicle, and inaccessible to consumers is now collected, stored in the cloud, and reportable to consumers in easy-to-digest formats.

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    5. Intel Leaps into the Cloud

      Intel Leaps into the Cloud

      Surely you remember Intel. It is still the largest U.S. semiconductor maker, but has curiously faded from prominence. It was once at the top of the heap, riding the wave of desktop computer upgrades and exploiting its part in the WinTel alliance for all it was worth. Yet those days have passed. Businesses began migrating to a thin client, cloud-based computing model years ago and consumers moved to mobile.

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    6. Azure IoT Hub - Colibri VF61 Modules - Sending data to the cloud

      Azure IoT Hub - Colibri VF61 Modules - Sending data to the cloud

      The concept of the Internet of Things is intrinsically related to the sending of data to the internet and its so called cloud services. People from the electronics field are everyday more easily connecting devices to the cloud as the evolution of technology is allowing the use of smaller and less power-consuming electronics as time goes by. Still there is an unanswered question for many of these electronics developers: how to make all of the gathered data useful?

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    7. Accelerating Connected Car Data Science & Machine Learning

      Managing this system and powering the future of data are modern automotive applications powered by Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP™) for data at rest and Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF™) for data in motion. Together, these form Hortonworks’ Connected Data Platforms, which are ideally suited to managing the Connected Vehicle Data Pipeline.

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    8. Jaguar Land Rover furthers virtual engineering goals

      Jaguar Land Rover furthers virtual engineering goals

      Jaguar Land Rover has announced its goal of reaching full vehicle verification exclusively through digital simulation by 2020. To achieve this, JLR is working with computer-aided engineering (CAE) company Exa Corporation for its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software – which simulates and analyses fluid flow and heat transfer – providing JLR with a technology platform for ‘simulation driven design.'

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      Mentions: Land Rover Jaguar
    9. Nvidia in the Driver's Seat for Deep Learning

      Nvidia in the Driver's Seat for Deep Learning

      In this special guest feature, Robert Roe from Scientific Computing World describes why Nvidia is in the driver’s seat for Deep Learning. The Nvidia GPU technology Conference (GTC), held at the beginning of April in Silicon Valley, California, showcased the latest Nvidia technology – with a focus on VR and deep learning – including the introduction of a new GPU based on the Pascal architecture.

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      Mentions: Tesla NVIDIA
    10. How VDI Is Making Auto Companies Profitable & Better Looking-Faster!

      How VDI Is Making Auto Companies Profitable & Better Looking-Faster!

      Auto companies have engaged in a speedy process of launching newer designs faster than the competition and over the years most auto companies have developed clear timelines for new designs, minor and major changes. Today, the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, allows all design stakeholders to collaborate remotely and participate in design reviews. 

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      Mentions: Honda Nissan Hyundai
    11. A REVOLUTION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

      A REVOLUTION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

      Once thought of mainly as a tool for remote backup, the cloud is transforming global business by providing computing power on demand, and that change is nowhere clearer than in the automotive industry. As a platform for big-data analytics—the ability to find meaning in the undifferentiated data stream from every moving part of the Internet of Things—the cloud has revolutionized everything from design, manufacturing, and supply-chain to dealerships, customer experience, and the future of connected cars.

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    12. Volkswagen's "Cloud First" Approach to Infrastructure Decisions

      Volkswagen's "Cloud First" Approach to Infrastructure Decisions

      As automotive companies like Ford begin to consider themselves technology companies, others, including Volkswagen Group are taking a similar route. The company’s new CEO, who took over in September, 2015 has a background in computer science and began his career managing IT department for the Audi division.

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      Mentions: Audi Volkswagen Ford
    13. Keeping connected cars connected through Cloud optimisation - Automotive World

      Cloud-based connectivity enables the connected car to offer new services, transfer and manage vast amounts of data and ensure on-board technology remains constantly up-to-date. It is predicted that by 2020, around 250 million highly connected vehicles will be on public roads around the world, and Cisco’s recent US$1.4bn acquisition of 

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    14. Qualcomm's Speedy Networks Are Pushing Mercedes F1 To Pole Position

      Qualcomm's Speedy Networks Are Pushing Mercedes F1 To Pole Position

      Formula 1 fans will be only too aware of Mercedes F1’s domination of the sport in recent times, as the Brackley-based team has swept the board in terms of trophies in recent years. But behind this success is a network of partners helping the team deal with the increasing technology needs of running a championship-winning outfit, helping push on research and development across a variety of areas.

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    15. Cloud Computing to Simulate “Vehicle-to-Grid” Business Models

      Cloud Computing to Simulate “Vehicle-to-Grid” Business Models

      Energy markets are at the heart of one of the biggest societal challenges of our time – creating a sustainable, reliable and affordable energy provision. The Center for Energy Markets at Technische Universität München brings together economics, finance and engineering approaches to offer applied research contributions to topical real-world energy sector questions. One research project at the Center for Energy Markets is to understand the economics and future development of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) business models.

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      Mentions: Microsoft
    16. Connected cars could bring fair weather for the Cloud

      Connected cars could bring fair weather for the Cloud

      Are connected cars having an influence on adoption of Cloud technology? Graham Jarvis investigates. [Mob.Jarvis.2015.12.01] According to IBM there will be 250M connected vehicles on the market by 2020 and they will be connected and fully packaged with sensor technologies. The technology giant also thinks that the connected car will become the top connected application in five years’ time.

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    17. Microsoft Isn't Building a Car, but Don't Count It Out of the Connected Car Space

      Microsoft Isn't Building a Car, but Don't Count It Out of the Connected Car Space

      The connected car will allow drivers and passengers to better sync their schedules, houses, communications, driving preferences, etc. to their phones and wearable devices. For example, some Mercedes-Benzes can already tell Nest thermostats to turn your home's temperature up or down depending on whether the car is arriving home or leaving.

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    18. Microsoft providing cloud computing to BMW

      Microsoft providing cloud computing to BMW

      SAN FRANCISCO-- Microsoft Corp. on Thursday announced that BMW AG was a customer of its cloud computing business, a show of strength in the hotly contested business of supplying computing power on demand through the Internet. The relationship is particularly noteworthy because the German car maker has been a marquee customer of Amazon Web Services, 

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