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Whose Responsibility Is It?

Last year, you may remember I covered a campaign called, “My Car Does What?”—a national campaign spearheaded by the NSC (National Safety Council) www.nsc.org, and the University of Iowa.

By | 3/10/2016|

AT&T Gets Bullish about Smart Cities

When we talk about the IoT (Internet of Things), a smart-cities discussion is sure to come up.

By | 3/3/2016|

Deadliest Roads in 50 Years

The entire month of February The Peggy Smedley Show focused on connected cars and even usage-based insurance.

By | 2/25/2016|

OEMs Look to Connect Old Cars

So often nowadays when we talk about the connected car, we talk about safety solutions.

By | 2/18/2016|

What’s UBI’s Role behind the Wheel?

In today’s connected world, it’s our responsibility as drivers to choose to be safe behind the wheel.

By | 2/11/2016|

Uber Takes on Tech

Have you ever really given much thought to Uber? Maybe what I really should be asking is what do you really know about Uber?

By | 2/5/2016|

AR Is Changing the Way We View the IoT World

Augmented reality, otherwise known as AR technology, is pretty impressive stuff when you consider what it can, or more importantly, what it is doing in the area of maintenance, repair, and service.

By | 2/4/2016|

Smartphone Integration Driving Us Home

Smartphone integration in vehicles today is becoming about more than just the driver’s ability to use voice-controlled commands.

By | 1/28/2016|

Toyota Snubs the Big Boys, What’s Next?

Perhaps one of the most interesting pieces of news to come out of CES this past week, as it relates to the automotive industry has to do with Toyota’s announcement that it is adopting Ford’s SmartDeviceLink software.

By | 1/14/2016|

The Smart Home Is Here at CES

It’s CES week and there are lots of new innovations. Thousands of people are walking the aisles of CES and it’s just a sight to behold all the enthusiasm for all the gadgets.

By | 1/7/2016|