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Juniper Research: Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication to be Installed in 62M Vehicles by 2023

A new report from Juniper Research has revealed that more than 62 million vehicles will be capable of V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) communication by 2023.

Michelin Invests in Customer Technology, Data

With well over a hundred thousand employees stretched out across 170 countries, Michelin recognized that connectivity with customers was becoming more and more difficult. The company is using new systems and software to maximize their global reach with customers around the globe.

Tire Industry Data Challenges We Need to Catch Up

From my perspective, the tire industry is light years behind when it comes to the use of data. But this is expected to rapidly change in the near future. I have been traveling the U.S. for the past 29 months visiting tire dealers, collecting their sell-out data that will be used to measure the independent tire channel.

GfK to Share U.S. Retail Tire Data at Clemson Tire Conference

GfK has launched a new panel covering the U.S. independent tire channel. Capturing data representing over 34,000 individual retail tire outlets nationwide, the new panel is GfK’s 30th worldwide and represents 62% of all replacement tires sold in the U.S.

Tesloop, Goodyear Team Up to Test Tires for Future Mobility

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. teams up with California-based Tesloop Inc. to study and model tire performance based on data generated by the city-to-city mobility service.

GfK Adds Bridgestone Stores to POS Panel Tracking Tire Sales

Bridgestone Americas, with 2,200-plus tire and automotive service centers in the U.S., has signed on as a charter data provider for GfK’s new point-of-sale tire panel. Bridgestone also will be among the first subscribers to GfK’s nationwide tire data, the company said. “Throughout my career in consumer packaged goods, point-of-sale data and national trends information

Toyo Falsifies Performance Data

On Oct. 14, Toyo Tire & Rubber Co. said it failed to test or faked performance test results for more than 87,000 vibration-absorbing rubber products for the shipbuilding and train manufacturing industries, according to the Asahi Shimbum. This admission comes just months following a rubber bearing scandal at the company. Apologizing at a news conference