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IoT in Cars

By Ameliaava1915/11/2021 12:17Mon Nov 15 12:17:21 2021

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IoT is like the most revolutionary aspect that the world is yet to see. With devices that are constantly connected to each other, exchanging data, finding out new ways to reinvent a conventional/traditional experience, there’s no doubt that most of the industries operating in different verticals will adapt to IoT to increase productivity, minimize the risk of errors and boost efficiency. Similarly, IoT in cars is like the new norm. Tesla, Chevy, Mercedes, and other auto manufacturers are embedding the IoT technology in their cars, driving the change. From autonomous driving to speed mapping and hurdles identification, IoT in cars is literally going to revolutionize the way we drive cars. Many app/web development companies believe that IoT will reshape the future of cars, and observing the current situation, I think this will be the reality.

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