Tata Communications Joins Microsoft in Connected Car Space

Tata Communications has announced that it is working with Microsoft to accelerate the development of new innovative connected car applications. Combining Tata Communications’ IoT connectivity and network intelligence capabilities with “Microsoft’s” Connected Vehicle Platform “Moweta platform, companies will enable automotive manufacturers to provide consumers with a smooth and safe driving experience.

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“No — in the not too distant future, you won’t see your car as a mode of transportation, you’ll see it as a means of entertainment – and opportunities that open up in areas such as video streaming, retail, advertising, Tata Communications vice-president President, Tim Sherwood and Tata Communications CEO Tim Sherwood said in a statement late Wednesday night.

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Microsoft’s “Connected Vehicle Platform” combines cloud and edge services with a strong partner network to empower automotive companies to create connected driving experiences.

It will have the additional ability to equip vehicles with encrypted vehicle-to-cloud connectivity via Tata Communications’ “MOVEV” platform, a platform to meet the significant challenges that vehicle-to-everything (V2X) Complicates the creation of applications.

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This integration means that players within the connected car ecosystem – from manufacturers, dealerships, insurers to fleet operators and others – will be able to market new value-added services more quickly and cost-effectively, and ensure They will offer drivers reliable, consistent user experience, anywhere in the world.

Tara Groupia’s Partner Program Manager, Microsoft connected vehicle platform Tara said, “The integration will make it easier for car manufacturers to analyze data for all services and allow them to complete software updates quickly. Will help maintain vehicles more effectively. ” And mobility, Microsoft.