Hyundai Joins Cisco to Realize the Concept of "Computer on Wheels"
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Hyundai Joins Cisco to Realize the Concept of "Computer on Wheels"

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 21 April 2016, 11:05 Hrs
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BENGALURU:  The rapid improvement of technology brings the equality to access internet from anywhere in real time, which is not confined to be retrieved from mobiles or computers. Similarly, the revolution of technology has already started to disrupt the Indian auto markets by divulging conceptualized technologies that manifests ’Computer on Wheels’ concept. To realize this concept, the automobile giant Hyundai Motor and the technology market ruler, Cisco has become partners to evolve internet-connected car technology.



The collaboration aims to extend the technology to vehicles by adding internet connectivity inside a car. It is aimed to improve self-driving car experience by developing the "hyper-connected and intelligent car" concept. Formerly, the global auto market has witnessed several such developments which have become general over the past few years such as autonomous driving, use of cameras and sensors including internet-connected infotainment dashboard. In the current scenario, Hyundai’s conformation on launching smartphone connectivity and smart home services to vehicles will be its flagship step against competitors.



The companies have decided to co-develop in-vehicle network technology that is capable of transferring large amounts of data in just moments.



Hyundai also focuses on improving its ability in smart remote maintenance service that can diagnose and fix vehicle issues. As a result, it initiates to upgrade its smart remote maintenance services, and autonomous driving by increasing its technology offerings towards IT facelift process. Its constant development in blending technology with vehicles will lead them to provide a connected mobility hub and smart traffic controls ability for next-generation vehicles. It also works towards increasing safety when it comes to autonomous driving, by connecting the car to city infrastructures and networks.



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