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The connected car and smart home markets are both at an early stage of development, but in many ways they have been growing in parallel with each other: both are being enabled by falling costs of sensors, networking technologies, and data storage, as well as by expanded cloud services, the mass adoption of smartphones, and consumer demand for the connected lifestyle. In 2015, these ecosystems are beginning to converge, with particular use cases, such as remote home controls,...
I had the pleasure of attending IOT World Europe this past week in Berlin. The conference brings together executives from industries across the industrial and consumer Internet of Things to discuss industry trends, strategies, partnership opportunities, and best practices.  I focused in on consumer IOT and heard from speakers about Smart Home, Connected Cars, and Wearables. Several key themes emerged: 1.       What will be consumers’ path to...
 
In the first quarter of 2015, Parks Associates surveyed U.S. vehicle owners living in broadband households regarding their familiarity with and use of various connected car and connected home services. The results indicate that American drivers are using a variety of connected features in their vehicles, and some express interest in car-to-home crossover features. Parks Associates forecasts that there will be 41 million active Internet connections in U.S. vehicles by the end of 2015. At...
The connected car and smart home markets are both at an early stage of development, but in many ways they have been growing in parallel with each other: both are being enabled by falling costs of sensors, networking technologies, and data storage, as well as by expanded cloud services, the mass adoption of smartphones, and consumer demand for the connected lifestyle. In 2015, these ecosystems are beginning to converge, with particular use cases, such as remote home controls,...
Earlier this month, Senator Edward Markey’s (D-Mass) staff released a report “ Tracking & Hacking: Security & Privacy Gaps Put American Drivers at Risk ,” which heavily criticized the manner in which vehicle and driver behavioral data is collected, stored, and shared by the automotive industry. The report addresses both concerns about hackers’ ability to penetrate the connected car ecosystem and remotely control the vehicle, as well as the commercialization of drivers’...
 
by Renee Holloway | Feb. 13, 2015
Tags: connected cars, CONNECTIONS, Internet of Things
As the connected car space heats up, startups are joining major players from various industries in jumping into the market. Leading tech giants like Apple and Google, mobile carriers like AT&T and Telus, and major digital media companies like Pandora and ESPN are staking their claims to the dashboard. Last week, another new player jumped into the connected car market. Mojio , a start-up based in Canada, launched its connected car solution, which consists of a mobile app, a 3G...
 
by Jennifer Kent | Nov. 14, 2014
Tags: apps, connected cars, M2M
According to new research Parks Associates  announced today , 78% o f connected car owners said they will demand connected features in their next vehicle, and the most desired connected car feature is the ability to view maps or receive directions . Connected Cars: Revenue Opportunities also shows: 37% of current vehicle owners in U.S. broadband households are very interested in the ability to view maps or receive directions. 48% of smartphone owners...

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