Attendees at CC&AV’17 will see the AI First Connected Cars platform in London
From June 13–15 at the Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles conference, participants will be able to see the latest development by the European company Bright Box: the Artificial Intelligent First Connected Car Platform. At Booth CS218 attendees will be given the chance to control the functions of the Honda Civic 5D 1.0 T Executive CVT located in ExCeL London using an app.
At the end of February Honda Launched Connected Car Services in all European Countries. MyHonda utilizes telematics solutions from Bright Box, powered by the Cisco Jasper Control Center automated IoT connectivity management platform, to deliver a variety of connected services that increase driver safety, simplify vehicle ownership, and enable new experiences for drivers.
Bright Box, a global vendor of connected car services, will present the Artificial Intelligence First Connected Car Platform at the CC&AV’17 in London. Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles is back with a bang as part of TechXLR8, London Tech Week's new festival of technology. This year Bright Box will present Remoto, First Artificial Intelligent Connected Car Platform. A new global connected car solution comprises all components that an automobile manufacturer needs: cloud-based connected car solution, fast implementation within 4 months, customer retention services based on artificial intelligence technology.
Today Bright Box is preparing a full line of Connected Car solutions based on artificial intelligence technology that will serve the car owner from the moment of buying one car to purchasing the next and managing its creation. Collecting data from connected cars, internal production systems, AI will help speed up the business processes and decision-making time of car manufacturers 1,000 times, as many of them will be accepted automatically. Technology will help them choose the right solution and strategy in the field of product marketing, sales and after-sales services by automating communication with customers, as well as by changing their lifestyle and their perception of their vehicle.
A demonstration of the Connected Vehicle Solution will be conducted from the Bright Box booth in London on a demo car, Honda Civic 5D 1.0 T Executive CVT. Each visitor will be able to use individual customer services via the application.