Intel IoT Secures Connected Cars from the Dashboard to the Data Center

CRAIG HURST | March 1, 2016

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Once inside, you select autonomous mode so you can finalize the presentation for today’s meeting with your boss. The file appears in the center console display for you to edit, and while you use voice instruction to initiate a collaboration call with a coworker to update key slides, your car is avoiding traffic congestion and slightly adjusting the brakes due to the drizzle that has started. Thanks to vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications—enabling traffic to shift and move like a school of fish— your route adjusts automatically to avoid a nearby accident.

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Industry deep dives at IoT Exchange

Article | February 19, 2020

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