Areas such as marketing, fleet management, event planning, city planning, insurance, and auto repair can benefit immensely from data connected cars provide.
Every company is quickly transforming into a tech company. The auto industry is no different, which is why Ford heavily invested in data experimentation.
With billions of data points and ubiquitous vehicular systems, the automakers need to learn how to apply actionable, simplified intelligence. Here's why.
Maybe this is the wake-up call the world of the Internet of Things needs to make certain that privacy and security are baked in, not just afterthoughts.
Exactly who will deliver the technology behind the connected car is unclear. But one thing is certain: Connectivity will change our relationship with cars.
Anti-collision technology may be the biggest innovation in 2015 – in cars, at least. But, it's also already saving lives in others areas.
Anti-collision technology may be the biggest technology in 2015 – in cars, at least. It’s got a ways to go, but it’s already saving lives.
One of the most dramatic impacts of The Internet of Things will be on activities that take place after the sale.
Those that could stand to benefit might be sales reps and consultants, and just about anyone that’s on the road all day. See a modular office for yourself.
With the joint innovation of three companies, we all will save time and money, making everyday tasks simpler and easier.