AT CTIA Super Mobility Week, AT&T and Ericsson announced key points from its connected car research proving that people want AT&T connections in their cars. The report alsos a very high awareness of connected car features. We have a call out to our AT&T contacts to track down the full report. In the meantime, here are the bullet points.
Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America has exhibited and demonstrated a range of advanced technologies at ITS World Congress.
Panasonic Automotive showcased transportation systems and traffic management, that help create cleaner environment, comfort, safety, and community life. Panasonic showed technology for connected cars and big data solutions.
Siemens claims it has redesigned information and communications technology (ICT) for electric cars by controlling multiple vehicle systems on a central platform instead of every system having its own hardware and software.
Today, cars can have as many as 70 different control systems with thousands of subfunctions. The ICT system simplifies the interplay of the many assistance, safety, and infotainment systems.