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OTA could prove ‘the road to future advancements’ in auto tech

Airbiquity's President and Chief Executive Kamyar Moinzadeh speaks to Megan Lampinen about the latest developments in over-the-air updates, and how these will set the stage for autonomous vehicles

The successful deployment of over-the-air (OTA) technology could make or break connected cars. Airbiquity is one of the companies working to ensure it is a success. The software development and engineering company has been specialising in automotive telematics, and its Choreo Cloud-based connected car service delivery platform integrates the components needed to operate connected car programmes. More recently the company demonstrated its new product, OTAmatic. This is an OTA solution that automates both software updates and data management for connected vehicles.

Airbiquity’s President and Chief Executive Kamyar Moinzadeh speaks to Automotive World about the rapid development of in-car connectivity and the pivotal role that OTA will play in future developments….

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