To further the process of innovation and encourage interaction with some of the latest technologies available today, the team decided to harness their collective ingenuity by coordinating and participating in VNC Automotive’s inaugural Hackathon event.
The team and their families got together last weekend at the Cambridge and Newmarket polo club, set in the stunning Cambridgeshire countryside to celebrate VNC Automotive’s 5th birthday and Cobalt Cube’s 2nd anniversary.
There comes a time in many relationships where you question your onward compatibility. Both parties rushed in, carried away by the moment, with little regard for the future. There was a great connection after all. But a great connection by itself, as we know, is not a good predictor of long-term success.
Full potential of connected vehicles held back due to consumers’ privacy concerns over harvested data
A recent global study has revealed that 30% of US consumers do not trust anyone to manage the vast amount of data being collected by today’s increasingly connected vehicles. That presents a significant challenge to manufacturers as they look for returns on the huge digital investments they have made, one that connectivity pioneer VNC Automotive argues could be resolved with just a little extra transparency.
The auto industry is seeing a lot of change when it comes to in-vehicle tech and connectivity, particularly when it comes to electrification and automation. And for public service fleets, this represents a major transformation in how public service vehicles can better serve their citizens and communities.