Lets's Talk Computers - IBM  May 21, 2005
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Interview on May 21, 2005
Update on Telematics     Guest: David C. Loose
IBM (NYSE: IBM) offers a wide range of services; solutions and technologies that help businesses take full advantage of emerging innovation. Pervasive computing is personalized computing power freed from the desktop that transforms business performance, enabling information access anywhere, anytime, on demand. Senior Consulting I/T Architect with IBM's Software Group, http://www.ibm.com/pvc,

David C. Loose discusses what improvements have occurred in telematics. Telematics, the convergence of the IT and automotive industries, provides location-based safety and security systems, remote diagnostics, server-based downloads of new applications to vehicles using IBM Workplace Client Technology, and navigation aids using IBM Embedded ViaVoice to give drivers spoken street-by-street directions.
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