Monday, October 28, 2013

Connected Cars Show Great Promise, but Safety, Security Worries Persist

Still other benefits are that the cars could encourage more ridesharing (and thus decrease pollution), and create new opportunities for people with limited mobility.

Currently, 10 percent of vehicles include built-in connectivity. Parks Associates has forecast that by 2017, 47 percent of new vehicles will include embedded cellular modules by 2017.

From the article, "Connected Cars Show Great Promise, but Safety, Security Worries Persist" by Michelle Maisto. 

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