Just as the blending of computers and networking created the Internet, the merging of vehicles with the global broadband ICT infrastructure will create a new platform upon which an unimaginable range of new services and capabilities will be created.READ MORE
In today’s connected world, the time you spend in your car might be the only time you’re really off the grid. But that’s about to change – the automotive and ICT sectors are collaborating to network vehicles and come up with ideas for useful applications. Whether its finding carpool buddies, swerving to avoid a collision, [...]
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has praised the work of the Networked Vehicle Association, and pledged to have his Departments work closely with the organization.
BACKBONE MAGAZINE February/March 2009 – Planning Your Ride – A Toronto meeting of auto and tech big wigs sets the stage for the networked car of the future BYMATHIEU YUILL
June 2009 , Greenville South Carolina
Called by delegates the premier leadership roundtable and workshop to analyze the business and technical opportunities arising from the networked vehicle, the executive summary and associated presentations are available to Networked Vehicle Association members.
Global executives from companies such as IBM, INTEL, HP, Cisco, CA, Verizon, AT&T, BMW, McLaren, Paramount Volkswagen of Charlotte, and NCR, met, made presentations, and worked together to advance the dream of a broadband-enabled networks and applications for the world s billion vehicles.
Results of these open discussions and the associated presentations are free to Networked Vehicle Association members; other inquiries are welcome.
Strategic Planning Assumption: by 2012 the majority of vehicle manufacturers will concentrate product development efforts for mature markets on enabling wireless data connectivity in more than half of their next-generation cars. Click here for the analysis of Thilo Koslowski.
P: (877) 888-0598
F: (613) 248-4949
329 March Road