Tag: Volkswagen

VW World’s Rehoboam: Audi, Porsche And VW Use AI To Monitor Social Media And Detect Supply Chain Risks

The Volkswagen Group has been invested in rehabilitating its environmental reputation. But, like all automakers, it depends on suppliers to make vehicles. How do you keep them accountable? Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche use an AI program from Austrian startup Prewave. The vaguely big brother-ish system uses an intelligent algorithm to keep a constant eye on […]

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Can The VW ID.4 Be A Credible Competitor To The Tesla Model Y?

Volkswagen’s ID program kicked off with the ID.3 compact hatch. However, this won’t make it to the U.S., which raises the question if the first ID vehicle for the American market, the ID.4, is ready for the big time. Well, its infotainment system doesn’t appear to be. Reviewer Doug DeMuro complains that the system’s overwhelming […]

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Volkswagen To Use Microsoft’s Cloud To Help Develop Autonomous Driving Tech

In its quest to make the development of autonomous driving easier and faster, Volkswagen is partnering with Microsoft to use its cloud technology. By using Microsoft Azure, VW says it will make handling the massive amounts of data that go into developing autonomous driving systems. With petabytes of data being collected on the road (from […]

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Electrify America’s Charging Grid Expands With 30 Free Of Charge Solar Powered Stations

Electrify America is installing 30 solar-powered EV charging stations throughout central California. Each charging station features two charging ports. The chargers are specifically being placed inland to provide greater access to charging infrastructure in rural parts of the state, while more than half are located in disadvantaged and low income communities, and they are all […]

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