NOVI, MI – Telematics systems are becoming as common as steering wheels or seats, which is to say commoditized. So the auto industry is debating what the future holds for the information, entertainment, safety and services feature, and whether there are lucrative new frontiers to explore. Many at the 2014 Telematics Update conference here Wednesday see the growing amounts of data generated by vehicles leading to known and unknown business opportunities for automakers and ...

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