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Mobile phone meshing - Connect your car to the internet cloud

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by , 01-14-2009 at 11:15 AM (1408 Views)
Based on our experiences at CES this year MP3car is creating this new forum. Mobile phone meshing Safely Connect your car to the internet cloud

This forum is going to be a lot more than just connecting. This is going to be the place to talk about hacking and meshing your mobile computing devices into the car. If we can find a way to connect Iphones and smart phones into existing in vehicle displays and controls, this will be a wonderful benefit for those of us who just want to carry one device and developers trying to prove out connected car concepts.

Same of the challenges we need to work on:


  • Phone user interface retooling and modifications for the driver
  • Connecting your smart phone to the car
  • Connecting accessories to the above (hard drives, flash memory, GPS, engine diagnostics, tracking)
  • Mirroring your built in phone display with the display in the car.



We have also created a specific iphone section to talk about some of the early progress already being made to mirror the video content of the iphone with external displays - an excellent start to phone phone car meshing.

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Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:23 PM by optikalefx

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Tom Berry (bugbyte) and I talk about our closing thoughts on CES 2009. The main theme this year from CES is having all of your devices connected and having location aware content. The biggest challenge is going to be for device manufacturers and software developers to create products which will deliver this explosion of data in a way that users can consume it. These products must be aware of the users activity and location. For example, if you are sitting down you will consume and control data in a different way than you would if you were walking or driving a car. Our favorites from this year were Airbiquity's innovations, Intel SSD, and the hardware that Giantec is developing for themselves(here and here) and for Intel. We are also very excited about the possibilities that ICO's satellite system opens up.

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