Connected Vehicle

  • Connected car related applications

    According to a recent report, the global connected car market is expected to grow from 5.1 Million units in 2015 to 37.7 Million units by 2022, at a CAGR of 35.54% during the forecast period. Adoption of telematics units and advances in tech with emphasis on driver and passenger experience along with safety and cyber security are ushering in a new era of growth for connected cars globally.

  • How Connected Cars Are Driving The IoT Network

    By the year 2020 there will be 250 million connected cars on the world’s roads, with over 25 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices globally, according to the research firm Gartner.

  • Microsoft is launching a Connected Vehicle Platform

    Microsoft announced the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform, a set of services built on the Microsoft Azure cloud and designed to empower auto manufacturers to create custom connected driving experiences. This is not an in-car operating system or a “finished product;” it’s a living, agile platform that starts with the cloud as the foundation and aims to address five core scenarios that our partners have told us are key priorities: predictive maintenance, improved in-car productivity, advanced navigation, customer insights and help building autonomous driving capabilities.

  • The present and future of connected vehicles (compared to connected kitchen)

    Gartner Says By 2020, a Quarter Billion ,250 000 000, Connected Vehicles Will Enable New In-Vehicle Services and Automated Driving Capabilities

    Connected Cars Will Form a Major Element of the Internet of Things

    By 2020, there will be a quarter billion connected vehicles on the road, enabling new in-vehicle services and automated driving capabilities, according to Gartner, Inc. During the next five years, the proportion of new vehicles equipped with this capability will increase dramatically, making connected cars a major element of the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • The usage of big data and connected sensors to transform the automotive industry

    The rapidly expanding Internet of Things (IoT) is seeing more and more devices connected to the internet. Traditionally, these have been biometric wearables, home appliances and audio-visual equipment. Automobile manufacturers, however, are making a play to corner this market for their own ends.

    Entrenching Wi-Fi into automobiles opens an entirely new avenue of pursuit that entails vehicles communicating directly with the internet for GPS navigation, email and music streaming, for example.