TTF Conference sessions now available via YouTube

Recordings of all the papers, speeches and panel sessions from the sold-out Transport Technology Forum Conference last month are now available on the organisation’s YouTube channel. Watch all the recordings here. The event in Leicestershire was organised by the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) on behalf of the TTF, which is co-funded by the […]

US sounds Chinese CAV warning

The US Commerce Department’s 60-day window for public comments regarding the national security concerns of connected vehicles closed this week, with a leading transportation group issuing a grave warning about potential threats to the US automotive industry.  The threats surround the possibility of foreign adversaries – particularly China – taking advantage of the technology in […]

TTF launches new Suppliers’ Directory at biggest ever annual conference

The Transport Technology Forum is launching a new online directory for the intelligent transport systems industry supply chain to detail their products and services. The aim of the directory is to connect local authorities with technology suppliers who can support with the Green Light Funds, Traffic Signals Obsolescence Grant and Intelligent Traffic Management Fund project […]

FCC opens rulemaking to study ‘connected car stalking’

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Monday that it is launching a formal proceeding to study ways to prevent abusers from using car connectivity tools to harass domestic violence survivors. The agency said it has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking which will home in on how to make sure automakers and wireless service providers are moving […]

US government investigates Chinese cars for security risks

The American Government is looking into threats foreign-made connected cars could have on the country’s security, pointing to an “acute and persistent threat” from China. The Department of Commerce has issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) seeking public comment to inform the potential development of regulations to secure and safeguard the Information and […]

American regulators consider connected car rules to protect abused people

The agency US Federal Communications Commission is considering introducing safeguards to stop domestic abusers from tracking victims through connected vehicles. FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel is asking other commissioners to start the process of drawing up new regulations. The FCC says her proposal would examine how the agency can use existing law to ensure car manufacturers […]

Cisco and TELUS work on carmaker revenue opportunities through connectivity

Digital company Cisco and communications firm TELUS are launching new 5G capabilities in North America to serve Internet of Things use cases across industry verticals, with a focus on connected cars. The network will serve as a foundation to support drive testing by a major North American automotive manufacturer’s 5G Connected Car, while setting the […]


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