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Top 10 Automotive Agendas for 2014 & Beyond

12/20/2013 00:00 AM EST
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rick merritt   12/20/2013 8:00:21 PM
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After writing about software-defined networks for awhile this was a refreshing idea.

Can I someday download a race car console, a BMW audio subsystem and horn sounds like the ringtones of cellular yesteryear?

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junko.yoshida   12/20/2013 12:41:36 PM
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As a reporter, I've covered a number of different industries...but as I talk to automotive tech suppliers, I am sort of dumbfounded how big a transformation the automotive industry is going through right now. It sure is an exciting time, but there are lots of worrisome issues I am sure that will keep automotive engineers awake at night in 2014.

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