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CalAmp Unveils SureDrive by LoJack, Bringing Connected Vehicle Services and Peace of Mind to Drivers CalAmp (NASDAQ:CAMP), a leading provider of wireless products, services and solutions, today announced SureDrive™ by LoJack, a mobile application designed to bring novel connected car services to consumers, including advanced safety and security technologies to provide peace of mind for vehicle owners. CalAmp unveiled SureDrive by LoJack and a wide range of new advanced telematics services this week at CTIA Super Mobility in Las Vegas.
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Connected Car Security Starts with Common Sense Every day we hear of new innovations for the future of the connected vehicle. BMW recently outlined its vision – a vehicle that is so connected to the broader Internet of Things that it communicates with other devices and gadgets in your home and offers conveniences that go beyond the driving experience.
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How will we protect self-driving cars against theft? Self-driving vehicles promise to offer many benefits – chief among them is the chance to make the roads safer and give more opportunities for people who can’t drive to easily get from point A to point B. New concepts from tech companies and automakers like Google, Tesla, Ford, Uber, Apple, Toyota and others suggest a future with fewer accidents and happier commutes.
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How $600 In Auto Safety Features Could Save Up To $202 Billion In Crash Costs

Key to the auto industry’s rush to perfect self-driving car technology is the promise that the arrival of these vehicles will usher in an era of accident-free motoring and make crashes a rarity, if not an eventual impossibility. This initiative has hit a speed bump since news broke of a fatal crash involving a Tesla Model S driver in Florida who was using the company’s Autopilot system and two other accidents involving Tesla's equipped with the semi-autonomous driving feature. Continue reading
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