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Interview: Samuel Loyson, Head of the Connected Car Division, Orange

Automotive World speaks to Samuel Loyson at Orange on the importance that the company places on ICT and connectivity in the future of the automotive industry.

The car’s ability to connect with the outside world and enhance the in-car experience for drivers is ultimately decided by the OEM, but over the years, the connectivity of the car has been influenced by many outside industries, including consumer electronics and telecommunications companies.

Connectivity and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) developments as well as navigations services are all benefits that the automotive industry has seen recently by collaborating with these outside forces, which are all offering up their latest developments to the industry, seeing the car as the upcoming medium of connectivity development opportunities.  

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