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Tata Motors and Microsoft join forces to make intelligent cars

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Connectivity in cars It has become a very important business weapon. This situation is well known by the manufacturers and to avoid staying left behind respects competition arise synergies to advance their development. The most curious part of these agreements comes from those companies that little hand or they have nothing to do with the car industry, as it is the case of the enterprises engaged in computer science.

In this case, the Indian manufacturer Tata Motors and the giant of computing Microsoft have signed a collaboration agreement to develop connected cars and smart. As we all know Tata is one of the manufacturers with lower quality perceived by customers, in addition, their cars do not incorporate great technological displays. This situation of which has forced the manufacturer to make this partnership to improve its brand image and step are, its position in the market.

Tata Tamo concept

As reviewed Karl Guenter Butschek, CEO and Director of Tata Motors “with the aim of developing innovative products and technology leaders, we are using technologies of connected vehicle of Microsoft Intelligent cloud Azure to improve our customers digital life”. Also used to indicate that the first car that will incorporate Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform technology will be the Future Tamo.

This vehicle will be presented at the imminent motor show of Geneva and although surely can not prove this novel system of connectivity should not take long to reach the market. Among the main functions that could be used would be the Advanced navigation, a system to monitor the preventive maintenance of the vehicle, in addition to the already common elements of comfort and applications for download in the car.

According to Anant Maheshwari, President of Microsoft in the India “using its artificial intelligence and the set of machines, learning technologies we will provide the owners of vehicles in the India and around the world an safe, productive and fun driving experience”.

Source – Tata Motors

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