In a world where high-speed Internet access is taken for granted, consumers expect connectivity in airports, restaurants, campuses, and even public transit. Cars are no exception.
In 2015, auto manufacturers delivered approximately ten million vehicles - approximately 10% of all new vehicles - with embedded connectivity. As manufacturers continue to add new services such as in-car infotainment, stolen vehicle tracking or remote door lock/unlock, consumers expect more. Governments are also pushing for connected services such as eCall (in-vehicle emergency call) and stolen vehicle tracking. Read more..