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July 24, 2004
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July 24, 2004
Telematics and the Car of the Future, pt. 1
IBM is the world's leading e-business company offering 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, enabling information access anywhere, anytime, on demand.
Gene Cox, director of mobility solutions for IBM Pervasive Computing unit, in part one of this series, discusses what is telematics and how does it make the car of the future a reality today. Telematics represents the convergence of the IT and automotive industries providing key components that help enable services such as vehicle diagnostics, location-based safety and security systems, navigation aids, concierge services, Internet and e-mail access, and entertainment.
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