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24 May, 2013

John Day   Airbiquity came out with a new version (5.0) of their Choreo mobile integration platform this week and it sounds quite impressive for a few reasons. Besides giving automakers more information on connected vehicle usage, the new version more than doubles the number of geographic markets the platform covers. Chief revenue officer David Jumpa explains that in each of those markets Choreo is customized … Read More

China Unicom, connected cars, Airbiquity, Vodafone, Sprint, Telenor Connexion

30 Nov, 2012

John Day   In August Chrysler Group and Sprint announced a strategic partnership to integrate wireless technology into Chrysler’s Uconnect Access in-vehicle communication system, so Sprint and Chrysler’s announcement this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show – the launch of Sprint Velocity – should have been somewhat anticlimactic. But this week’s announcement transcended the Uconnect deal and positioned Sprint … Read More

SRT Viper, Sprint Velocity, UConnect Access, Aeris Communications, Airbiquity, 2013 Ram 1500, WirelessCar, Next Generation Telematics Patter (NGTP), Sprint, Chrysler, in-vehicle communication system

12 Jun, 2012

John Day   The big news at Telematics Update Detroit, if it were being held this week, might have been Apple’s aside that nine automakers plan to implement Siri in their vehicles within a year. Instead, since the conference was last week, the big news was Verizon’s acquisition of Hughes Telematics. Little has been said publicly about Apple’s Siri and “eyes free” telematics but we should hear more relatively … Read More

Toyota, TeleNav, Apple, Networkfleet, Audi, OnStar FMV, Siri, Telematics Update Detroit, Airbiquity, Land Rover, eyes free telematics, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, General Motors, Mercedes, Mobileye, Chrysler, Hughes Telematics, Honda, Jaguar, Tunein Radio, UIEvolution, Verizon

16 May, 2011

John Day How does an automaker decide which smartphone apps can access vehicle resources, and how access should be enabled? “More and more drivers will find a way to use their devices and their apps while in the car,” says Derrick Kuzak, Ford group vice president of Global Product Development. “They can do it unsafely, or they can do it through safer voice-activated solutions such as Ford SYNC – keeping their … Read More

SYNC, Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH, AppLink, automotive apps clearinghouse, Airbiquity, in-car multimedia systems, Nissan's LEAF Electric Vehicle, Ford, Hitachi Automotive Systems

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