Ford, U-M reveal students' in-car connectivity vision
May 9, 2010
Students at the University of Michigan have defined their vision for the future of in-car connectivity--a future that includes applications combining social networks, GPS location awareness, and real-time vehicle data in ways that help drivers get where they want to go efficiently. The experimental apps were developed in a 12-week course, Cloud Computing in the Commute.
Read the full article in the Record Update.
Also see: "Ford, University of Michigan Reveal Students' Vision for Future of In-Car Cloud Computing Apps" in Yahoo! Finance.