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23 Sep : High-Tech Sector Business Matching in Hiroshima

Executive format 1/2 day meeting to explore innovation and opportunities for Automotive Security

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10 Oct : October Member Meeting

This Member Meeting is on October 10 will kick off the Autotech Developer Challenge!

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10 Oct : Autotech Developer Challenge

The Autotech Council is hosting a Developer Challenge on October 10-11.

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Sponsor Call for 10/10 October Member Meeting

Make your mark on the Autotech community by sponsoring this/October Member meeting.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Consumers growing disappointed with failing car technology

Consumers are quite frankly disappointed with the fancy technology in modern cars, and it's because in all honesty they simply don't work very well.

 

RECAP: In-Car Commerce Meeting

What an exciting In-Car Commerce meeting last week! The Autotech Council gathered at Nvidia to hear from Spatial Shift, Nielsen, Ericsson, Airbiquity, TCS, and SAP on the topic and to review 5 startups. Special thanks to ParkopediaJustinmindGrom AudioParko, and Western Automotive Journalists for pitching their unique products to our OEMs and Tier 1 vendors. Click through to see pictures and details!

 

Autotech Council Member, Airbiquity, broadens car commerce with applications from Reuters and Yelp

“Airbiquity announced today it added two new content providers, the renowned Reuters and the infamous Yelp. As you probably well know Reuters is a massive multimedia new provider, while Yelp connects consumers with local businesses.” 

 

Autotech Council Member, Toyota's Safety Tech Paves The Way For Autonomous Cars

This Motor Authority article, by Stephen Edelstein, discusses Toyota's latest version of Automated Highway Driving Assist (ADHA) which combine dynamic radar-guided cruise control and a lane-following feature to allow cars to autonomously drive in traffic... 

 

 

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