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PEUGEOT Cycles introducing new range of connected electric bikes designed and manufactured by startup Beweel

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At the end of 2023 and early 2024, PEUGEOT Cycles will expand its range of electric bikes with several new innovative models benefiting from the best connected technologies. PEUGEOT Cycles will launch this range of connected electric bikes in three models: City bike (Digital e-Bike).

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Hyundai launches Bluelink+ connected car service program

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Hyundai Motor America launched a connected car services program called Bluelink+, which eliminates nearly all subscription fees for new owners. By standardizing access to top safety, maintenance, and remote technology features, Hyundai is offering a complimentary industry-leading connectivity program for all new owners.

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Hyundai Motor Group’s connected car services reach 10M global service subscribers

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Hyundai Motor Group surpassed 10 million global connected car service subscribers this month. Connected car services utilize wireless networks to enable in-vehicle infotainment systems and smartphone applications that provide customers with convenient access to their vehicles.

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Hyundai upgrading Bluelink connected car services technology; Connected Routing, Last Mile Navigation

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Hyundai Motor is upgrading its Bluelink connected car services technology with a range of new features. Connected Routing. With the new cloud-based Connected Routing navigation, driving routes are calculated on a server inside the Bluelink cloud environment, rather than through the car’s infotainment system.

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Faurecia and Accenture partner on products and services for connected and autonomous vehicles

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Stellantis launches Mobilisights to grow data and connected services business; leveraging connected vehicle data

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Harnessed effectively, sensor and other data available from connected vehicles can enable a wide range of services and applications with compelling benefits, ranging from personalized usage-based insurance to road hazard detection and traffic management. —Sanjiv Ghate, Mobilisights CEO.

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NXP OrangeBox unifies automotive wireless connectivity into a single domain controller

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Today’s cars are more connected than ever, utilizing a variety of wireless technologies to provide drivers with everything from infotainment to advanced safety features. Support for 4G LTE or 5G cellular and GPS connectivity is also included. —Dan Loop, Vice President and General Manager for Automotive Edge Processing at NXP.

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