Can You Compete at Internet Speeds?

Piszczalski, Martin
July 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jul99, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on the importance of information technology equipment in innovative automobiles. Discussion on the information, entertainment and communication transportation center dubbed as info-mobile; Suggestions on what the United States auto industry should do to position itself in the emerging info-mobile market.


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