New ebook: Gearing up for an IoT-enabled automotive world

Ebook: Gearing up for an IoT-enabled automotive world

The in-vehicle infotainment market keeps garnering exciting headlines and for good reason. Electric vehicles, autonomous driving and smart cities are all receiving significant investment, and the revolution towards a more automated, connected future is moving up a gear.

However, there is a lot of work to be done.

To help OEMs and Tier 1s navigate the twists and turns of today’s automotive industry, we have produced an ebook that looks at the long and exciting journey – with many technological stops along the way – that will take us from today’s reality to this vision. Starting from the current state of the market, we look at the impact in-car connectivity is already having on the market: from solving the BYOD vs. embedded conundrum, to adopting open standards and engaging the consumer. Looking ahead, we also cover the advent of the Internet of Things and how it will transform the automotive industry.

CES 2018 is upon us and, once again, will set the agenda for the next generation of in-vehicle services. Our main stop will be the GENIVI Reception at CES 2018 (January 9, Bellagio Hotel), where we will be available for discussions and demonstrations of our solutions ACCESS Twine™ and the NetFront™ Browser family. We are always interested in comparing visions for connected infotainment services and contrasting it with ours, detailed in our ebook.

If you would like to discuss the points we’re raising in our ebook, please contact automotive@access-company.com to book an appointment with us in Vegas. We’re looking forward to seeing you as we kick-start the year!

About the author:

Dr Fleming Lampi, Global Product Director at ACCESS

Dr. Fleming Lampi is Global Product Director at ACCESS, where he oversees the development and strategy of ACCESS’solutions for media sharing and data management. During his professional career, he gained experience within a number of areas, such as engineering, consulting, editing, integration and management for companies including Siemens, Bruker, element 5, Heiler Software, eureleA, SpoVNet, Kavisio, net mobile and more. Since 2003, he has been focusing on the broadcast and streaming industry, both from a technical and commercial perspective as event, project, and product manager as well as in business management. Fleming studied computer science and focussed on multimedia and e-learning at the University of applied sciences in Karlsruhe and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Mannheim. Follow him on Twitter / Linkedin

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