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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Telematics Valley is an umbrella organization with 54 member companies involved in automotive and information and communications technology (ICT), all located in one small region. Forrester traveled to western Sweden to meet Telematics Valley's experts in manufacturing, supplies and ICT, who are working together to make telematics take off. They're succeeding where other telematics initiatives have failed, for several reasons. • Decades in the automotive industry. Equipment makers Saab and Volvo, truck maker Scania, and supplier Autoliv, among others, have headquarters and factories nearby--one reason Ford Motor's Premier Auto Group established its Telematics Center of Excellence here.

• World-leading information and telecommunications technology, In Telematics Valley's collaborative culture, local member companies such as Ericsson and TeliaSonera work with erstwhile ua protect verge case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - translucent smoke/black/metallic logo rivals like IBM, Flextronics International, Accenture and Vodafone, • A local population rife with engineers and early adopters, Identified by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the Economist Intelligence Unit as the world's best-educated and most IT-friendly nation, Sweden is culturally ideal for developing and piloting new technology..

Open up for businessTelematics Valley doesn't embody openness merely in the cuddly way politically neutral Sweden prefers to work--it's a useful cultural attribute that confers considerable competitive advantage over the broken U.S. model. In the United States, General Motors has had to subsidize every OnStar subscription, yet retention is lagging far behind expectations. And Ford was forced to pull out of Wingcast before it ever got off the ground. Related storyThe software maker wants Windows CEto power a host of in-car electronics,from navigation systems to music players. But in Europe, the collaboration and shared standards emerging from Telematics Valley will make in-car devices and services economically viable, just as the open GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) standard gave Europe a big head start over the United States on mobile phones. Equipment manufacturers should shut down proprietary telematics R&D initiatives, because working in conjunction with competitors will do the following.

• Give consumers interoperability and upgradability, Saab is relying on other open technologies like Bluetooth for wireless connectivity and a dual-SIM mobile-phone subscriber module that lets a customer use the same phone subscription for the car and for the handheld phone, Saab's 9-3 telematics device runs on QNX Software Systems' upgradable operating system, meaning that today's vehicles can be compatible with tomorrow's devices, • Stave off obsolescence, By ceding complete control over content and functionality, Saab's telematics device won't be hopelessly out-of-date by the time the vehicles are sold to their second owners, On the other hand, OnStar will face coverage problems, as the United States dismantles its analog network, One of the few potential payoffs from telematics is its ability to help automakers gather usage data and prompt ua protect verge case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - translucent smoke/black/metallic logo service loyalty, But if the devices are obsolete and ignored after a few years of service, they will be useless at precisely the time they're needed most--as the car ages and enters a more maintenance-intensive phase of life..

Getting out of the ditchLet's face it: After six years of trying, telematics has fallen spectacularly short of its promise. Automakers and service providers still struggle to deliver prototypes--let alone show profits. Telematics Valley embodies three principles automakers would be wise to emulate. • Simplify--because telematics isn't a luxury differentiator. Automakers hoped but failed to "brand" their drivers' in-car experience with unique telematics--witness BMW's usability and technical gaffes with the first-generation iDrive. Equipment manufacturers should avoid this mistake in the future, because even entry-level carmakers like Kia will surpass "luxury" telematics features only a year or two after they hit the market--similar to how device makers like Ericsson and Flextronics are able to throw on dummy-proof gizmos like digital cameras and Global Positioning System receivers at ever-lower costs. Rather than trying to develop and then defend a proprietary technology stack, manufacturers should add a simple Bluetooth interface and a layer of abstracted commands, as BMW is doing with its next generation of telematics.

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