Ford Debuts The Internet-Connected Car At CES In Las Vegas
January 10, 2012 at 3:52 AM (PT)
We're all aware of the changing car dashboard and how that will affect radio -- and now the public is getting that information on a regular basis. In TODAY's BOSTON GLOBE, readers are being told that "Coming soon to a garage near you is a car that will download your work schedule and trigger your alarm clock. By the time you get behind the wheel, the car will have analyzed the morning's traffic and weather and calculated the best route to get you to the office on time. You won’t even have to touch the radio -- it’s already playing the same station you were listening to in the house. And as you pull away, it will shut the garage door and turn off the lights."
"Those capabilities are built into FORD MOTOR CO.'s Internet-connected EVOS," continues the article, "a so-called concept car making its NORTH AMERICAN debut at this year’s INTERNATIONAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW."
"By 2014, you’re going to see nearly every auto manufacturer have a connected vehicle option," said AIRBIQUITY VP/Marketing LEO MCCLOSKEY.
Read the full article here.