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AT&T has scored a deal to bring connectivity to the car of the future.Chris Penrose, senior vice president of emerging technologies for the carrier, announced at GigaOM Mobilize 2013 Thursday that the wireless giant will be available inside Tesla’s advanced connected cars. The company’s wireless network will power the car’s two-way vehicle communications, remote engine diagnostics, and infotainment features.“We believe that our ability to bring total solutions into the space is something that is being demanded, and something that we can excel and differentiate. Not just being a connectivity partner,” Penrose said onstage.In order to take advantage of AT&T’s offerings, the vehicles must be equipped with a modem and a corresponding SIM card to connect to cell towers. With the connection, the car can take advantage of several maintenance, entertainment and safety features. For example, remote engine diagnostics can keep real-time tabs on how the Tesla is performing, and whether it needs to be taken in for servicing. That same program can also help locate a car if it’s stolen, and even offer Tesla engineers access to data on the performance of vehicles over the long term. The modem provides internet access to provide radio services, live weather and traffic, navigation and even internet search for drivers and passengers.“We think that you should have the ability to turn your car on as a mobile hotspot for your trip, even if you haven’t subscribed to a data plan,” Penrose added.Click headline to read more--
Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
Mark Lewis's insight:
It's going to be interesting to see this move into mid-range cars for the masses.
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