A connected car, by the most accepted definition, maintains a wide area connection (typically cellular-based) and often also a local area network (Wi-Fi typically). Through these connections, the car exchanges information relevant to the drive as well as to the car’s condition. More recently, this concept has been extended to also include the exchange of information with the actual driver’s own mobile devices to enhance the in-vehicle driving experience.
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The evolution of the connected car
The key growth drivers and ecosystem challenges
What the future holds for the connected car experience