TeamViewer, a global software provider for IoT, connectivity, monitoring, support, and team collaboration, has presented the latest version of its Internet of Things solution, TeamViewer IoT, at IoT Tech Expo Europe 2018 in Amsterdam.
InterDigital, Inc, a mobile technology research and development company, has appointed Dr. Henry Tirri as its chief technology officer. Dr. Tirri is a technology executive with experience in a variety of technology areas, including areas of increasing relevance to mobile such as artificial intelligence (AI), automotive and data analytics, among others.
As we move closer towards autonomous vehicles, our cars will need to be fitted with a range of sensors designed to substitute the eyes, ears, tactile senses and situational awareness of the human driver. All these sensors will generate massive amounts of data that need to be communicated to other vehicles and the road infrastructure network.
HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, and Groupe PSA, the second largest automaker in Europe, announced at the Geneva International Motor Show that the companies are working together
A new report by Juniper Research found that revenues from smart audio devices like the Amazon Echo and Sonos One will grow from an estimated $2.5 billion (€2.11 billion) in 2017 to over $10 billion (€8.42 billion) by 2022, as more audio brands integrate voice assistants into their devices.
HARMAN International Industries, Inc, a connected technologies company for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, has announced the successful commercial implementation of Apple CarPlay integration through a wireless connection, said to be a first for the connected car industry.
There are no Greeks hiding in the wooden horse of Harman. Samsung’s acquisition of Harman is about increasing its penetration of the automobile rather than offering a sneaky challenge to the car industry.
The commercial potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is impossible to accurately quantify. It has broad implications for any industry with merely the slightest reliance on technology.
HARMAN International Industries Inc., a connected technologies company for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, is to work with mobile network operator AT&T to support the growing connected car ecosystem.
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