All that technology stuffed into today’s cars and trucks is making drivers and passengers safer, more comfortable and better entertained. But experts say all that technology is making vehicles more vulnerable to cyberattacks and defenses must be considered earlier in vehicle design process.
Phantom Auto, a pioneer in technology for remote operation of forklifts and yard trucks, has received a major investment that will go towards helping its customers solve the warehouse and logistics worker labor shortage.
Holding up a smartphone as he kicked off a day long conference on distracted driving this week, National Transportation Safety Board vice chairman Bruce Landsberg gave the device a disgusted look, and warned the audience of an addiction to the devices leading to deadly consequences.
As it racks up an increasing roster of automakers and dealerships for its automated drive-through vehicle inspection technology, UVeye is likewise attracting millions in new investments—the latest, a $100 million infusion.
The ink on Charge Enterprise Inc.’s bottom line isn’t yet black but looking at the company’s first quarter results, its founder and CEO Andrew Fox has every confidence it won’t be long until they won’t be read in red.