The automotive industry is an increasingly global business, and connecting vehicles demands a new, profitable and innovative business model that will leverage the potential of the automotive ecosystem with other connected industries.
Ericsson’s Connected Vehicle Cloud will continue to evolve as the single point of connection for vehicles in this evolving eco-system.
Smartphones changed how consumers interact with the world around them. Powered by the cloud, the connected car promises to extend this interactive dynamic to drivers and passengers on the road.
Our Connected Vehicle Cloud delivers significant opportunity for stakeholders in the automotive ecosystem to reach drivers and passengers in new ways. It is the robust platform that enables application developers, government organizations, businesses, and automotive manufacturers to reach drivers and passengers with services and information. All to transform the in-car experience for drivers and enable the automotive OEM to manage the customer experience, improve product quality and pursue new after market opportunities around the bend.
Part of Ericsson’s Transport and Automotive offerings, Connected Vehicle Cloud is based on the Ericsson Service Enablement Platform and targets the global automotive industry´s existing and future demands for scalability, security and flexibility in the provisioning of connected car services to drivers and passengers.
Connected Vehicle Cloud leverages Ericsson’s M2M service enablement capabilities and can be deployed on standard cloud infrastructures. It can be thoroughly integrated in core business processes such as customer relationship management and service management by Ericsson Consulting and Systems Integration Services and can be efficiently operated by Ericsson Managed Services. Consider Connected Vehicle Cloud if you want to:
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Ericsson provides connected vehicle cloud. In this video Jonas Wilhelmsson talks about Ericssons important role as providing entire cloud service for connected vehicles. What does it mean and where lies the new business of Ericsson?