Partha Goswami, technology manager at General Motors, on bringing connected solutions to the car
In this video from the Telematics Detroit conference, Partha Goswami, technology manager at General Motors, discusses a range of hot topics in the infotainment sector, such as the smartphone imperative and the viability of subscription models. He goes explores the challenge of keeping the connected vehicle relevant amidst a consumer electronics industry that seems to reinvent itself every six months.
For more on consumers and connectivity, see Getting inside the mind of the telematics consumer, Telematics and the connected vehicle value chain and How to manage telematics content and connectivity.
For more on connected services, see Industry insight: The connected car.
For all the latest telematics trends, check out V2X for Auto Safety and Mobility Europe 2013 on February 20-21 in Frankfurt, visit Telematics for Fleet Management Europe 2013 on March 19-20 in Amsterdam, Telematics India and South Asia 2013 on April 17-18 in Bangalore, India, Telematics Detroit 2013 on June 5-6, Content & Apps for Automotive Europe 2013 on June 18-19 in Munich and Telematics Russia 2013 in September in Moscow.
For exclusive telematics business analysis and insight, check out TU’s reports: In-Vehicle Smartphone Integration Report, Human Machine Interface Technologies and Smart Vehicle Technology: The Future of Insurance Telematics.
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