Holger Weiss on challenges of connected cars

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Holger Weiss, “The boundaries of connected cars – closed ecosystems VS open platforms”

A talk about internet enabled cars and the challenging we are facing as cars get their own connection to the the internet, without the need of a smartphone, with particular focus to the use of audio to access information, all information.

tags: internet, connected cars, foi13, mobility, aupeo, robocars, audio, holger weiss, frontiers of interaction, automotive, internet of things

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2 Responses to Holger Weiss on challenges of connected cars

  1. Susy says:

    And I thought I was the sensible one. Thanks for setting me sttaighr.

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