In this article for IoT News, Movimento CTO Mahbubul Alam discusses the auto industry’s increasing inclusion of artificial intelligence in upcoming years.
Writing for TechCrunch, CTO of Movimento Mahbubul Alam discusses the top seven trends he feels automakers are likely to develop further this coming year.
Mahbubul Alam, CTO of Movimento, explains to CXOUSA how he positioned his company to compete and thrive in the new, software-driven automotive industry.
Writing for Car Tech, Movimento’s CTO Mahbubul Alam argues that the adoption of blockchain technology in the automotive supply chain can significantly reduce risk.
In CIO Review, Mahbubul Alam argues that the automotive industry has been slow to embrace a frictionless economy but is finally moving toward digitization.
In an article for RCR Wireless, Movimento’s CTO explains that connected cars’ data requirements will allow telcos to once again become industry leaders.
Writing for Mobility Tech Zone, Movimento CTO Mahbubul Alam explores whether smartphones really provide the best model for connected cars’ software updates.
New developments in Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems can keep trucks safer and more connected while making shipping businesses more secure.
Heavy duty vehicles can become cleaner and more efficient via remote fleet management, transforming the transportation and construction industries.
Tesla’s software upgrade trial shows OTA updates can be temporary and reversible, raising the possibility of flexible aftermarket opportunities that OEMs can benefit from.
Open source software is the next step in the evolution of the software-defined car, promising more flexibility and more aftermarket opportunities for OEMs.
Updating mission-critical architecture is the next step in expanding the idea of self-driving cars and the over-the-air software update.
Self-driving technology is ushering in a new approach to car “ownership,” a ride-sharing model that OEMs will be able to benefit from.
There are dangers mixed in with the incredible possibilities of V2V communication, which is why OEMs and the NHTSA need to understand both.
Predictive Maintenance is necessary to make self-driving cars viable, which is why they are being tested in extreme weather conditions.