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Are Your Drivers Safe While Working? This Is How To Help Them

It is your duty as a business owner to make sure that your staff members are safe while they are on the job. You need to ensure that your drivers take all essential precautions to safeguard themselves on the road because driving may be difficult. Due to their lack of caution and vigilance, road users frequently get into accidents or other risky circumstances. Here are some suggestions for ensuring the safety of your drivers while they are at work.

Functional safety in automotive: contributing to ISO 26262 and ISO 21434 standards

If you’ve been reading our recent automotive blogs and white papers, you know that the automotive industry is highly complex and regulated, especially when it comes to functional safety and cybersecurity. Standards and consortiums help ensure that companies provide a common framework and follow compatibility and interoperability approaches. Usually, these standards define constraints in how specific components and systems are designed or how they should work together.

Benefits of AI Dash Cameras in Your Commercial Fleet Business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has never been more prevalent in business than it is today. This is especially true when dealing with the transportation industry. For commercial fleet businesses in particular, a groundbreaking development has been that of AI dash cameras within the vehicles. These cameras use advanced algorithms to process visual data in real time, providing fleet managers with a wealth of information that can help them make more informed decisions and operate their businesses more efficiently. Read on to discover a few of the many benefits that using AI dash cameras can have on your commercial fleet vehicles.

Canonical joins the Eclipse Foundation's Software Defined Vehicle working group

Canonical is excited to announce it is now an official member of the Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle Working Group (SDV WG). Eclipse SDV focuses on software-defined vehicles (SDVs) and pushes innovations in automotive-grade solutions using open-source software. By offering an open technology platform, automotive companies can use and integrate open standards and powerful developer experience for their own software development.

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Moving Fast and Cutting Costs in a Billion-Dollar Organization: Containers in the Automotive Industry

One may say that competitive dynamics in the automotive space are constantly changing, and they would not be wrong in the slightest. As retailers face the daily battlefield of getting their customers’ attention with the right mix of products at the right price and on the right platform, their technology infrastructure must be lean and efficient while achieving those goals—and that is no easy feat.


Elektrobit and Canonical announce EB corbos Linux - built on Ubuntu

ERLANGEN, Germany, and DOUGLAS, Isle of Man, February 21, 2023 – Elektrobit and Canonical today announced EB corbos Linux – built on Ubuntu, an industry first bringing the largest open-source Linux community to automotive software. Available immediately from Elektrobit, the new solution provides OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers with the benefits and flexibility of an open-source operating system for developing electronic control units (ECUs) in software-defined vehicles.

Ways New Telematics Technology Can Drive Innovation

Vehicle telematics technology is a relatively new technology, and it can help fleet managers track vehicles in their fleets. Telematics solutions are changing every day, and they are more robust than ever in the past. But this technology can be used for much more than just tracking where your vehicle is, and this is driving innovation in order to set up the business for long-term success.

How digital twins enable data-driven automotive supply chains

The automotive industry is facing one of its biggest revolutions since the advent of automation. In this post, we will go through the Industry 4.0 aspects and how OEMs can turn these challenges into opportunities. To put it simply, the first Industrial Revolution relied on steam power, the second one on electricity and the third one on computers. What about the fourth Industrial Revolution everyone is talking about? I would describe it as a data-driven revolution.

Splunk - The Data Platform for the Automotive World | Driving Transformation with Data

Tackling the mobility revolution from visibility to action, fast and at scale. The automotive industry is transforming. From being led by engineering to competing through software. From internal combustion to electrification. From a driver-focus to autonomous driving. From personal ownership to shared mobility. Automakers need to master more of their value chain and establish greater dependencies with key technology partners.

Security and real-time Linux in a shifting automotive world

Software is completely changing the automotive industry - from vehicle design to use and maintenance. The whole lifecycle now relies on software and vehicles resembling “computers on wheels”. But vehicles aren’t regular devices like smartphones. They move humans at hundreds of kilometers per hour and need to be safe and secure at all times. When there is software involved, there are always security vulnerabilities. No cybersecurity expert can say the opposite. How can the automotive industry navigate the shift towards software-defined vehicles while ensuring the best level of security?