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Telematics and Vehicle Electronics
The term “Vehicle electronics” refers to distributed systems widely used in today’s vehicles manufacturing for a variety of applications including but not limited to driver assistance, passenger comfort, engine electronics, and infotainment systems. The global vehicle electronics market is expected to witness growth over the period 2011-2015, but increasing competition, which will force a reduction in cost, could be a threat for the growth of the market.
The term “Telematics” refers to the process of long-distance transmission of computer-based information. The most known technology derived from telematics is the Global Positioning System integrated with computers and mobile communications technology in automotive navigation systems, but telematics has a wide number of practical applications. The current scenario of this industry is dominated by the emergence of cloud-based services in automobile telematics.
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