Audi Wants Cars to Talk to Each Other
"Our ambition is that we can help make this world a safer, more efficient place"It sounds like a mammoth task, but one that will positively impact driver safety and car efficiency. With three major car brands teaming up for the initiative, and hopefully more in the future, the system is bound to get better as time goes on. The system is called HERE, and is being brought in to the public light by Alex Mangan, HERE's Product Marketing Manager for Connected Driving. He says, "Our ambition is that we can help make this world a safer, more efficient place, as well as more technologically relevant to people." "There are not many companies that can do this on a global scale, and since understanding location is quickly becoming more and more important for so many devices, we’re sitting at the crux of such a unique time on this planet,” Mangan says. HERE services should be available in 2017, and we can't wait to see how they help to pave the way for safer, more enjoyable driving by letting cars talk to each other.
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