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Frost & Sullivan: Impact of Big Data on the Automotive Industry - Explicit Savings of About $800 per Vehicle per Year

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Frost & Sullivan: Impact of Big Data on theFrost & Sullivan: Impact of Big Data on the Automotive Industry - Explicit Savings of About $800 per Vehicle per Year PR Newswire LONDON, Dec. 2, 2013 -- Web conference on Big Data in Automotive helps address rising warranty costs and enables data sharing networks in the industry Big data is not a new phenomenon in the automotive industry. The increasing presence of connectivity, with short-to mid-terms promising high-speed/high-bandwidth connectivity like LTE (long term evolution) in the car, is one of the key reasons for pursing big data in the industry. The shift is taking place due to the need to cut down on spiralling warranty costs and to create a data sharing network between the dealer, customer, OEM and others. Frost & Sullivan is organising a web conference, entitled Impact of Big Data on the Automotive Industry, which is taking place on Tuesday, 10 December 2013, at 3.00 p.m. GMT. Frost & Sullivan Program Manager, Niranjan Manohar, and Global Practice Director Automotive & Transportation, Sarwant Singh, will discuss emerging trends and opportunities for the Big Data Automotive Industry. To participate in this complimentary web conference, please email Katja Feick at katja.feick@frost.com with your full contact details. Upon receipt of the above information, a registration link will be e-mailed to you.

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Frost & Sullivan: Impact of Big Data on the Automotive Industry - Explicit Savings of About $800 per Vehicle per Year

PR Newswire

-- Web conference on Big Data in Automotive helps address rising warranty costs and enables data sharing networks in the industry

Big data is not a new phenomenon in the automotive industry. The increasing presence of connectivity, with short-to mid-terms promising high-speed/high-bandwidth connectivity like LTE (long term evolution) in the car, is one of the key reasons for pursing big data in the industry. The shift is taking place due to the need to cut down on spiralling warranty costs and to create a data sharing network between the dealer, customer, OEM and others.