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6 Keys to Navigating Connected Car's Software Quagmire

7/8/2014 02:00 AM EDT
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Software issues brought on by Connected Cars
junko.yoshida   7/8/2014 1:30:35 PM
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Getting your cars wirelessly connected to the outside world has been done. Getting different devices wirelessly connected inside a car is begnning to happen. Meanwhile, drivers and passengers will continue to bring their own devices inside a car and car OEMs surely need a strategy for it.

The uninteded consequence brought on by connected cars is the proliferation of software -- i mean different layers of software. It's complicated. It's certainly a quagmire. The story is intended to drain that quagmire. 

 

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