Smart choices

Scoltock, James
April 2015
Automotive Engineer;Apr2015, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p31
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The article reports that the automobile firm PSA Peugeot Citroën wants to make greater use of smartphones and the cloud to power its infotainment systems, allowing the original equipment manufacturers to increase functionality and keep systems up-to-date. It mentions that using the technology means that consumers can use the same applications in the vehicle as they would on their smartphone. Also includes statement of PSA's director of connected vehicles and services Brigitte Courtehoux.


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