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re: Car of the future is M2M-ready
docdivakar   12/17/2012 4:41:08 PM
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The "emergency eCall system" makes sense... an adequately sensor-connected vehicle can send accurate information can send accurate information to emergency responders who can be better prepared in case of accidents. MP Divakar

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re: Car of the future is M2M-ready
Mark Nicolas   6/10/2013 5:59:24 AM
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Machine to Machine(M2M) communication is very important in the vehicle. Now, the car users needing this technology in their cars to get the maximum benefits of it. There should be a network medium by virtue of which everyone can connect to each other. The AutoLink in vehicle really very much important for the vehicle operators. http://www.germanimportservices.com/testimonials.htm



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