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    Car And Driver: How Technology Is Changing The Way We Get Around Town by Kara Glencross
    Published on February 09, 2015
    In the not too distant future, your journey to work may go something like this: As you leave your house, an empty car rolls up. Perhaps you’ve called for it, or maybe it’s a regularly scheduled pickup. On…
  • Monday Metric: Re-Thinking “Lean” In The Automotive Industry
    Monday Metric: Re-Thinking “Lean” In The Automotive Industry by SAP Performance Benchmarking
    Published on February 04, 2013
    By Nilotpal Kumar This week’s analysis focuses on the impact of lean adoption on inventory levels in automotive industry. Creating and unlocking value in an organization starts with knowing precisely where things stand, and where the opportunities for improvement lie.  To help, SAP’s Performance Benchmarking group publishes a short analysis each…

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What Autonomous Cars Mean For Insurance Companies

What Autonomous Cars Mean For Insurance Companies

Autonomous cars will present a problem for insurance companies in the future. But how soon that future will come is still up for debate.
Self-Driving Cars: Joyride Or Wrong Turn?

Self-Driving Cars: Joyride Or Wrong Turn?

What we think of as a car is about to change dramatically. Here are some of the possible implications of self-driving cars.
Storing Renewable Energy With Tesla Motors Technology

Storing Renewable Energy With Tesla Motors Technology

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How Connected Cars Will Transform Industries

Areas such as marketing, fleet management, event planning, city planning, insurance, and auto repair can benefit immensely from data connected cars provide.
Ford’s Future Is In Big Data

Ford’s Future Is In Big Data

Every company is quickly transforming into a tech company. The auto industry is no different, which is why Ford heavily invested in data experimentation.