All You Should Know About the Connected Cars

By StartUp City | Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Digital technology has enabled cars to be connected with the internet. There are a number of manufacturers from across the world who are contributing to the industry for its revolution for connected cars

Fremont, CA: Mobility has witnessed a phase of evolution over the past few decades. Globalization has affected the industry in multiple ways. Digital technology has enabled cars to be connected with the internet. Drivers across the world are enjoying the new features that come with connected cars like the facility of receiving a call through a vehicle interface, in-built navigation systems, etc. More than 50 percent of drivers have the accessibility of this feature.

The automotive industry is striving to make the creations more personalized, frictionless, safer vehicles that will provide next-level driving experience to customers. The shipments of connected cars are expected to reach 64 million units by the end of 2019, with Asia and Oceania accounting for almost half of the figures.

There are a number of manufacturers from across the world who are contributing to the industry for its revolution for connected cars. Let us take a tour of how the industry is changing and who are the major contributors.

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Birth Place of the Innovation - The U.S.

The wave of entrepreneurship and innovation has taken place in the United States because of the technological advancements and the evolutions of mobility. American companies are bolstering investments in futuristic mobility concepts. The autonomous vehicles under the smart city initiatives are the first to hit the road.

China's Input

With the overall shift of the automotive industry towards connected cars, China is expected to dominate the industry, with around 59 percent of global electric car sales by 2020. To combat air pollution, China government has set a goal to sell at least one electric car in every five vehicles sold. Mini EVs are very popular in China because of their low prices.

Shifting from Hardware to Software

That's just how the revolution started. Automotive manufacturers were focused only on hardware for decades. That time is gone, and today what truly makes a difference is software. Now the trends in the automotive industry are about the amalgamation of AI systems or voice-activated personal assistants.

The automotive industry is different from other industries. Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things are taking this into a completely different level. The connected car is a revolution, and vehicles are all about software nowadays.

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