Holden to launch OnStar in Australia from 2019

OnStar Smart Driver and 4G LTE Wi-Fi,” Holden said. Like Ford’s SYNC communications system which has been up and running in Australia for some time now, OnStar will offer an “automatic crash and emergency response feature, the ultimate peace of ... ( read original story ...)

Ericsson launches 5G design centre in Texas

According to Ericsson, the contract will involve 4G technology being used to "pave the way for 5G and Internet of Things" (IoT) applications, including voice over LTE (VoLTE), voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi), unified communications, and service-aware policy control. ( read original story ...)

11 reasons you NEED to explore Arctic Europe

ARCTIC EUROPE IS adventurous by definition ... Don’t forget to bring a map and a compass when you head out (forget about your cell phone and its 4G coverage), and prepare for a level of silence you haven’t experienced before. Remember: It’s a ... ( read original story ...)

The future of transport is about more than driverless cars

This, together with the fact that Dutch infrastructure is among the best in Europe (the entire country has 4G coverage) makes it an ideal test bed for piloting ambitious mobility tech. A sort of controlled “living lab” microcosm that allows for ... ( read original story ...)

DSRC vs. C-V2X: Looking to Impress the Regulators

GSMA points out that by year’s end, an estimated 23 million cars in Europe will be equipped with an LTE (4G) chipset for infotainment and emergency services. That number is expected to rise to 258 million cars by 2025 –virtually all new cars driving in ... ( read original story ...)