Connected cars: the ultimate wearable

Connected cars

Are you driving an Android or an Apple? Is that the question we’ll be asking each other soon? The future of car technology is developing beyond “smart” and becoming “connected”. In-car hardware and software systems have a lot to offer, let’s have quick look…

  • Parking perks: reserve a parking spot, receive quickest route instructions, pay for the parking space and be guided safely into it.
  • Interactions with Smart Cities: Sensor networks connected to traffic cameras and traffic signals assess traffic flow, change signal patterns accordingly and send alerts to drivers, all in real time.
  • Personalised in-car settings: simply by placing their smartphone in the charging pad, the car self-adjusts seat height, mirror positions, radio stations, temperature etc.
  • Car to car communication: warning other drivers of upcoming traffic, accidents or ambulances – you can receive advice about changing lanes to keep the smooth flow of traffic and avoid further congestion.

The possibilities are endless…

Read more about connected cars and projections for our future in the Garner report “Predicts 2015: The Internet of Things”

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