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Connected Car Outlook—Growth Opportunities, Technology, and Trends

As the connected car market matures, there are opportunities for OEMs and start-ups to expand their capabilities and address challenges such as communication issues, providing personalized services, safety, and security inside the car.

Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Krishna Jayaraman, Program Manager, Niranjan Manohar, Research Manager and Raj Paul, Regional Industry Business Leader, Microsoft, as they discuss an overview of the current and future market trends for connected cars and auto-IT, use cases to help understand the growth areas and new business models that automakers and technology providers can leverage .

Key Questions the Webinar Will Answer:

• What were the key product and technology trends that OEMs adopted in 2018?
• What is the status of the different features offered by OEMs – uptake rate and comparative analysis of OEMs offering these features across different regions?
• What are the innovations emerging from a business model perspective in the connected car space? e.g., Data Monetization
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