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Connected Cars: Where are the Services?

Digital transformation is impacting the automotive industry thanks to the rise of embedded software, autonomous behavior and hyper connectivity. But connected cars are often mentioned when referring to hacking or security threats and risks. At Frost & Sullivan, we strongly think that connected cars will drastically change the way people interact with vehicles due to the numerous communication technologies and associated services that will be available. Even if security is mandatory to create confidence in connected car usage, real value-added services are also vital for a successful commercial rollout. The My-Car-as-a-Service concept will transform existing car usage in a frictionless experience.
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