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Connectivity, smart mobility and safety

20 May 2016

Traffic congestion, pollution, road safety, customer convenience and comfort are all things that Toyota aim to improve using connected car technology and solutions.

But automakers cannot piece them all together alone.

Toyota’s VP & CIO has shared a case study for smart mobility in the city of Grenoble. He explains how an ecosystem of partners, which include energy providers, local council and transport organisations, were vital to achieving their goals.

Learn here how they utilised the smart phone, in-vehicle HMI and ITS, and brought the data together to offer an array of services that can add value to the connected car proposition within urban transport.

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