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IBM, PSA to develop, market connected car technologies

Wednesday 22 April 2015 | 17:22 CET | News
IBM and PSA Peugeot Citroen have signed a seven-year partnership agreement to help various industries within the IoT economy to analyse data to deliver new services from connected vehicles. This entirely new ecosystem of connected services allows PSA, which has the most connected cars on Europe's roads, to develop new business opportunities for different industries, including automotive distribution, smart cities and retail. The companies cite December 2014 research from Gartner that forecasts that there will be 250 million connected cars worldwide by 2020. IBM and PSA, which first announced

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