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Demystifying Blockchain for Connected Vehicles
Blockchain is helping to fuel interest in cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, however, the technology has other uses. Right now, OEMs and their partners are looking to use blockchain to make connected and autonomous cars safer and more efficient.
Startup Innoviz Puts Its Spin on Lidar Sensors
One of the biggest obstacles to fully connected, autonomous vehicles is Lidar -- the main sensor that allows the car to "see" where it's going and what obstacles are in the way. Innoviz Technologies is a startup that is looking to make Lidar sensors smaller, lighter and less expensive. The Connected Car caught up with Oren Rosenzweig, co-founder and chief business officer of Innoviz, at the recent LA Auto Show to learn more.
Globetouch & OEMs: Working Together
Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Steve Bell recently sat down with three Globetouch executives: Munish Kumar, AVP of New Products; Sunil Kaul, SVP M2M and America; and Luis Arreguin, sales manager, to find out how the company works with different OEMs, both directly and through its partner ecosystem.




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Blockchain for Connected Vehicles: Driving Toward A More Automated Future

Blockchain technology, the same system that backs cryptocurrency transactions such as Bitcoin, has the potential to revolutionize connected vehicles and autonomous driving. Russell Vegh, principal member of the technical staff at A&T Internet of Things Solutions, will provide an in-depth overview of blockchain technology touching on key concepts such as mining, smart contracts, and decentralized applications. He will focus on how blockchain could play a key role in autonomous vehicles, V2I and V2X. He will also discuss key challenges such as device identity, information privacy and adoption.

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