Category Archives: Uconnect

Uconnect | July 13 2016

Cyber bug bounty hunt

Think of it as a high tech posse of bounty hunters on the lookout for potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities — bugs in a vehicle’s system that could open it up to security breaches from nefarious individuals or groups. FCA US is now the first full-line automaker to offer bounties to researchers who discover possible bugs
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Uconnect | May 10 2016

Uconnect 12.1 makes its way into first police cars

After its September 2015 introduction, the Uconnect 12.1 touchscreen system in the Dodge Charger Pursuit is making its way into the hands of those who protect us, starting with the Auburn Hills Police, May 1. Production started this spring on the innovative Uconnect 12.1, which was designed with feedback and experience from Dodge Law Enforcement’s
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Uconnect | January 14 2016

Car. Life. Balance.™  What does it mean to you? 

Everyone is unique. We all have different styles, needs and priorities that help define our lives. What we do during every drive is a reflection of who we are and what we value. Uconnect, FCA’s connected car platform, helps you get more of you in every drive by providing the information, connections, entertainment and content
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Safety,Uconnect | September 21 2015

We get your drift

Roadway departures account for a staggering number of fatalities every year. In 2013, that number was 18,257 – more than half of all traffic fatalities recorded in the U.S. And of these, according to NHTSA: 47% involved collisions with trees or other off-road objects 25% involved head-on collisions with other vehicles 20% involved rollovers By
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Uconnect | July 24 2015

Unhacking the hack: Ensuring security

Actions speak louder than words. When we first learned of the ability for others to hack into some of our 8.4-inch touchscreen systems, we developed, tested and implemented a software patch. Owners had the option to see if their vehicle was affected and if so, they could install the update. Since then, we’ve taken more
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