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Three Types of Data in Connected Cars, Explained by CEO of Intel Brian Krzanich

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【Summary】At AutoMobility LA 2016, Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, explains the different types of information that future vehicles must make sense of in order to provide a complete in-car IoT experience.

Original Michael Cheng    Nov 14, 2016 6:55 PM PT

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Today's smart cars process a ton of data.

At AutoMobility LA 2016, Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, explains the different types of information that future vehicles must make sense of in order to provide a complete in-car IoT experience.

·      Technical Data: Information from external sensors and cameras.

·      Societal/Crowdsourced: Digital maps, like Waze, use crowdsourced data to provide users with real-time road and traffic updates.

·      Personal Data: This includes personal preferences that make car rides comfortable and memorable (such as, temperature settings and event reminders).

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