IBM IoT for Automotive


IBM IoT for Automotive extends the power of cognitive computing to connected cars—acquiring data from sensors and systems to improve the in-car experience. Today's cars are moving data centers with onboard sensors and computers that can capture information about the vehicle and access it in near real time. IBM IoT for Automotive is a cloud service that you can use to retrieve, manage and analyze big data from connected vehicles.

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Use cognitive computing to connect cars and acquire data from sensors and systems—to improve the in-car experience and develop new business models.

Identify risky behaviors
Discover the actual driving patterns of a vehicle operator to identify unsafe practices or policy violations.

Get near real-time road conditions
Empower drivers with dynamic shortest path search that takes into account near real-time events, such as traffic and weather.

Enable connected services
Retrieve information about the location, movement and health of vehicles. Use map context, driver behavior and analytic insights data to deliver a better driving experience.

Improve product quality
Enable automotive manufacturers and suppliers to optimize production and diagnose safety and vehicle malfunctions on the road.

IBM IoT for Automotive Details Provided by: Mila K.

IBM IoT for Automotive Details Provided by: Mila Kantcheva

Strategy and Operations, Digital Business Group, IBM

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IBM offers a wide range of technology and consulting services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics, software development and systems management; and the world's most advanced servers and supercomputers.
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