Data and the Connected Car: Part 2


Connectivity is gradually turning automobiles into highly efficient data harvesting devices. Car-makers and consumers are still not quite sure what implications this has for the future of the car, the auto business and of driving itself. TU’s Siegfried Mortkowitz investigated the possibilities.

The Car Is a Sensor

Christina Rux, product manager TSDP at WirelessCar, says she and her team have been looking into how the connected car can be used to gather data about the environment. “We see that the car is a sensor, a moving sensor,” she explains. “It can act as a device for data collection.”

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Primary Event:

Telematics Munich 2014



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