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QNX: Consumers will opt in to share connected car data with suppliers in exchange for free connectivity services


Several years ago, when speaking at a TU-Automotive conference, Andrew Poliak, Global Director Business Development(Automotive) of QNX Software Systems predicted that software would become more and more important to the automotive industry. There are tens of millions of lines of code in a car today, and a typical infotainment system comprises …

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Teradata explains why data privacy is more important to the connected car than you’d think


For car makers, harvesting, storing and securing data from the connected car can get pretty pricey. So the ability to treat data differently based on its sensitivity and value to the organisation is a must.  Torbjörn Rosenquist, Automotive Industry Practice Leader | Teradata International With data breaches still grabbing the …

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Gestigon: Gesture & Skeletal Recognition – Automotive Leads the Way

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Consumers are used to the automotive cabin resembling a “time capsule” of a previous era, with even 2015 model year cars still sporting CD-players, memory stick connections, and the ubiquitous “Aux-in” jack. But BMW’s announcement that its new 7-Series sedan enables hand gesture input may signal that the automotive interior …

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Worldline (ATOS) discusses the connected vehicle business models for mass markets

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Overall, we are convinced that it is the OEMs, not the consumers, who will benefit the most from telematics. As they grapple with ever-shorter time-to-market, and the resulting increase of defects & recalls, we strongly believe that connectivity & telematics will become an important tool for car makers to regularly …

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Nuance Communications: The connected car of tomorrow would be your personal assistant


In the age of smartphones and the ‘Internet of Everything,’ we expect a seamless experience as we move from place to place; easily able to pick up what we were doing in one location once we enter the car – from listening to our favorite music to posting to social …

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Park Assist’s new cloud platform with enhanced capabilities and parker-centric services

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Published: July 28, 2015 | New York, United States Park Assist has announced a new cloud platform that will enable customers and partners to gain greater insights into parker preferences and behaviors and more control of their portfolio. Concurrently, the new platform will allow for more conveniences and services for …

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BearingPoint explains the “next wave of maturity” of connected car market in Europe


Telematics Wire recently got chance to interact with BearingPoint’s Sarah-Jayne Williams to discuss connected cars market in EU. Sarah-Jayne Williams is an Automotive Partner at BearingPoint UK and leads the Digital and Customer Management practice. She has worked with both OEMs and Automotive Leasing Providers to design and deliver digital …

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EXCLUSIVE: Capgemini, BT and W3C articles in Smart Automotive May-June edition


Published: July 15, 2015 | New Delhi, India Telematics Wire, a media services firm focused on online publication, market research and conferences related to Vehicle Telematics revealed the upcoming edition (Vol 2, Issue 3) of its bi-monthly publication Smart Automotive. The online edition can be accessed HERE. Smart Automotive is …

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Microchip’s MOST integrated with AUTOSAR advanced driver assistance system


Published: July 8, 2015 | Arizona, United States Microchip Technology, announced that designers using the Automotive Open System Architecture (AUTOSAR) to develop and reuse their in-vehicle software can now connect their systems to not only networking technologies such as CAN and LIN, but also to the MOST® Cooperation’s automotive-proven MOST …

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Why automotive OEMs are becoming more software savvy, explains Arynga


Consumers today demand a connected driving experience which rivals the benefits, connectivity, and ease of use provided by that of their smartphone. New vehicle design must be innovative enough to satisfy the connectivity requirements of the consumer mindset, where unplugging is not an option. Therefore, increased vehicle connectivity and user …

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