Auto Expo 2020: Make any car a connected car – The Financial Express
While 2019 saw many connected cars being launched in the Indian market—including Hyundai Venue, Kia Seltos and MG Hector—the fact remains that connected car technology is usually available only in the more expensive variants of these cars. In an effort to democratise the technology, MapmyIndia and Trak N Tell displayed IoT solutions for cars at the Auto Expo.
It showcased products that, it claims, can make your car/bike interactive, and even safer. “We have showcased the CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric) suite of software, hardware and mapping products and solutions—the key enablers for a smart, location aware, intelligent, intuitive and two-way voice enabled (talking) transport systems,” said Rohan Verma, CEO & ED, MapmyIndia.