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