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Making Connected Cars Relevant in India – Big Story!

carThe modern automobile is fast becoming a sensor-laden mobile Internet of Things device, with considerable on-board computing power and communication systems devoted to three broad areas: vehicle location, driver behaviour, engine diagnostics and vehicle activity (telematics); the surrounding environment (vehicle-to-everything or V2X communication); and the vehicle’s occupants (infotainment). Meanwhile, leading connected car companies are expected to maintain their leadership in the global market and generate higher revenues from connected car sales thanks to their heavy investments in the R&D of relevant innovations and technologies. Who could have shared the know-how and diligence of technology emerging in connected cars segment more than the leaders themselves. In this interactive article, Satish Sundaresan, Managing Director – Elektrobit India Pvt. Ltd | Padmesh Mandloi, Lead Technical Account Manager, Ansys & Vivek Vasantha, Manager, Technical Marketing, Automotive Business Unit, Renesas connects to unravel the connected future of cars.

Drivers of Connected Cars Market in India

According to leading reports, 80 per cent of Indian customers think increased vehicle connectivity will be beneficial in the long-term. The connectivity in a car allows it to share internet access and data, with other devices both inside and outside the vehicle.

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