Advancements in enabling connected cars are astonishing. Today, we are witnessing a radical reimagining of the automobile. Advances in connectivity are creating opportunities in the automotive industry. Dashboard navigation, infotainment systems, and Bluetooth-enabled dashboards are a glimmer of what is coming in the not-so- distant future.
By 2018, automobiles with connected capabilities were almost 39% of the US market. By 2020, Gartner estimates that 250 million connected vehicles will be on the roadways.
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Wireless linking of vehicles is often called vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology, although this linking can also include road signals and other infrastructure.
Then there’s the Internet of Things, which promises to connect not merely the world’s 7 billion people but also another 30 billion sensors and gadgets.
All of these technologies can be made to work together.