The scramble for autonomous vehicle partnerships heats up

Carmakers and tier one suppliers announced a bevy of autonomous vehicle partnerships at this month's Frankfurt International Auto Show. Automotive supplier Continental will collaborate with IBM to enable vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) functionality: Continental anticipates sending detailed data ...

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