All articles by Frankie Youd

Frankie Youd is a Senior Reporter for Just Auto. She has a background in Journalism with a BA Hons degree from The University of Sussex.

Frankie Youd

Navigating with ease: Visiting the West Midlands with Waze

To combat congestion and keep communities up to date with traffic dilemmas, Transport for West Midlands (a UK local government body) has partnered with navigation app, Waze.

Staying safe with 5G: The importance of cellular network protection

Cellular network security company OneLayer explains the importance of 5G security protection within automotive manufacturing sites

Software driven design: Exploring the future of software with Thales

Software features heavily in new vehicles. As software applications grow, we ask how the design and delivery of automotive products could change.

Into the carbon neutral fold: Polestar ‘Project 0’

Polestar has selected 12 companies to work with on ‘Project 0’, aiming to create a climate-neutral car by 2030

Check in your bags, plug in your car: Hyundai’s electric powered hotel

Hyundai has recently opened its doors to the world’s first car powered hotel, offering a glimpse into the future of sustainable holidays

Using AI and sensor fusion to improve vehicle inspection processes

Machine learning and AI is being introduced to assist with vehicle inspection processes

New and improved – Microsoft’s augmented reality headset

Microsoft has made some improvements for its augmented reality headset, HoloLens 2 with help from Volkswagen

The power of location data – HERE Technologies

Location data provides many potential benefits to the automotive industry from real-time data to optimised logistics – we spoke to HERE Technologies to find out more.

The future of vehicle inspection: Turning to AI for a helping hand

Vehicle inspection can be a lengthy and costly process. With the help of AI, leasing companies and garages can potentially achieve faster results. 

Rising daily car hire rates: Which locations have seen the biggest price increases?

Supply shortages have squeezed the car hire sector, with daily hire rates soaring in some locations