Automakers must apply an integrated approach to connectivity if fully autonomous cars are to become a reality, a leading industry consultant says, and the success of individual companies in tomorrow’s mobility world will hinge on the power of data. Manuela Papadopol, co-founder and managing partner at Sansea Consulting, a boutique consultancy with offices in San Diego and Seattle, says automakers and suppliers should ditch a silo mentality around the deployment of networks such as ...

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