January 5, 2015

CES 2015 Connected Car Panel

By Tim Stevens, CNET

Connected cars are more common than you think, these days. Whether through an integrated modem buried beneath the dash or a wireless link to a smartphone, an awful lot of the cars on dealership lots these days have some form of connectivity. But, that’s just the beginning.”


CES 2015: Here’s everything you need to know

By Lindsey Turrentine, CNET

At 1 p.m. Wednesday, January 7 in room N253, CNET editor at large Tim Stevens “will moderate a panel discussing 4G and the connected car. Is it safe? What’s next? Join Tim in conversation with Dan Butler, executive director, Ford; Tim Nixon, CTO, GM Connected Consumer; Tom Gebhardt, president, Panasonic; and Jeff Klei, president, Continental.”


CES 2015 Preview: BMW is All About Self-Parking Valet, Auto Intelligence Features

By Quinten Plummer, Tech Times

“BMW is ready to show off a car that can drop off passengers and then park on its own.” 


The Auto Connector: 5 Questions with Ford’s Michael Thomas

By Dale Buss, brandchannel

In an auto market where connectivity developments are among the most important new features of practically every vehicle, including the coming generation of driverless cars, this is a race in which Ford—once comfortably in the lead—can’t afford to fall behind.”


Five crucial connected-car questions for 2015

By Gabe Nelson, Automotive News

“Many automakers plan to unveil their latest and greatest in January at the International CES in Las Vegas and at the Detroit auto show. Here are five questions that could get some added clarity in 2015.”