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CES Automotive roundup: Samsung, Intel, Ford, Qualcomm, Toyota, Amazon

CES 2018 was packed with new deals and products in the automotive sector. Autonomous driving has once again seen a host of announcements, particularly in terms of real-time mapping, while multiple proponents of Cellular-Vehicle to Everything (C-V2X) have used the show to release their plans for the technology. Here is a rundown of the most notable automotive news from the show so far. Samsung reveals Drvline platform, C-V2X telematics box: Samsung has revealed DrvLine, a modular hardware and software-based platform for autonomous driving. Samsung is claiming that the biggest selling point of DrvLine is that it is an open platform, meaning that OEMs will be able to decide precisely which hardware and software they wish to incorporate in their autonomous…

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