Toyota's cloud cityJuly 10
Whose fault is it anyway?June 26
Data: Gold mine or land mine?June 19
Automakers, Pinterest show mutual attractionApril 3
Dealerships bleed too much dataDec. 26, 2016
The digital world challenges dealers' capabilities for gathering and analyzing market insight faster than other data acquirers. Every marketing company wants to have the customer information that's generated at the retail level.
Mining service customers' data can lead to more new-vehicle sales, but less repair workAug. 15, 2016
Big data stirs visions of 'mobile machinery'Aug. 1, 2016
Vehicle-shopping app swipes a dating ideaJuly 25, 2016
Your data, your responsibilityApril 1, 2016
Bigger plan behind Inrix Traffic appApril 4, 2016
Who owns vehicle-generated data?May 11, 2015
Determining who owns data generated by motor vehicles keeps getting more complicated. And it's going to get worse. As more companies develop and test autonomous vehicles, we'll have to sort out how to handle the inevitable malfunctions and crashes that come with adopting any new technology.
Will drivers need logins for tomorrow's cars?March 9, 2015
Might drivers someday need to log into their vehicles instead of just unlocking and starting them? Such a day may be drawing closer as vehicles begin to collect enough information to raise the privacy and data security concerns that have long existed with computers.