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IoT in Automotive

Some of us know of a time when the fastest way to inform was telegram or a ‘trunk call’, where information was only delivered to the receiver to a moderate degree. Today information is almost always waiting on our mobile phones to be read or heard.

Similarly, cars today can seamlessly link to our smartphones, play our music, read out texts, provide us real-time traffic alerts, and even offer emergency roadside assistance. The internet has very quickly become inseparable from everything we do even inside our cars. A case in point is where vehicle maintenance has gone from a place we have to go, to just another thing we click.

From an early implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) in manufacturing with the objective to execute autonomy and reduce production cost, the use cases today are more commercial and for general usage. Different automotive IoT use cases have popped up that are revolutionizing the way people interact with their vehicles. Some examples are fleet management, connected cars, in-vehicle infotainment and telematics, automotive maintenance systems, automated driving.

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Nitisha Dubey

A diligent writer, who has been working from last five years in the same field. She has covered lots of event and expo for travel & judiciary, now covering technology. Book reading, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisine are some hobbies. Love to watch biographies and historical movies.

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