The goal of the Challenge is to create opportunities for innovators, hackers and entrepreneurs to showcase new technologies and disruptive ideas in front of automotive professionals during Connect2Car. Contestants submitted ideas to build and demonstrate an innovative connected-vehicle device, system, or application that demonstrates how vehicle connectivity can contribute to improving mobility, safety, quality of life of individuals and communities, and the environment.
“The automotive industry is experiencing an unprecedented wave of technology and business innovation, much of it is fueled by companies and individuals outside the traditional auto industry. The goal of the Connected Vehicle Challenge is to provide a platform for innovators to engage with automakers and suppliers and work collaboratively to advance the state of the industry,” said Joe Barkai, Chariman, SAE International Vehicle IoT Committee.
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