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IDG Contributor Network: Cars and a IoT: The line lines are blurring

We’re in a sepulchral epoch of a internet of things — things are changing, and changing fast. IoT is touching roughly all in both a blurb and consumer worlds.

In parallel, the automotive courtesy is going by a vital rebirth, in some cases kicking and screaming. Where a automakers (in their parlance, OEMs) have had over 100 years of self-centricity — and not carrying to understanding with “ecosystems” other than their particular galaxies of suppliers and dealers — they’re now grappling with a sea of change being caused by, well, a IoT.

Some are already pursuit it the internet of relocating things. And given not? We now have mavericks like Tesla bringing adult rarely sensor-laden, over-the-air-updating electric supermobiles that make a infancy of land vehicles demeanour like luddites. Every OEM, components supplier, and others in a automotive realm, are scrambling to find not usually their place in this new world, though to predicate their destiny relevance. 

So here’s a issue

I pronounce to a lot of people about all of this.

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