Tuesday 18th November, 2014
4:00pm to 4:30pm
As the world marches toward 50 billion connected devices, virtually everyone recognizes the Connected Car as an important component of the connections puzzle. Sometimes described as the ultimate mobile device and other times seen as a smartphone on wheels, the automobile is critical to so many pieces of society. Basic transportation, city management, highway construction, fuel standards, traffic management, environmental concerns, and dozens of other societal factors are all impacted every day by data that can be extracted from the car. In this session, Ken Durand of Ericsson reviews some of the current innovations and constraints in the automotive ecosystem and a few lessons learned from early prototypes and adaptations.
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