Microsoft Latest News & Updates: Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform Is Bringing Cortana & Skype To Cars; Microsoft To Collaborate With Renault-Nissan & BMW
Microsoft is integrating Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform to future connected cars. It is a new cloud-based platform that integrates Microsoft's popular services such as Azure, Cortana, Office 365 and Skype. This new platform offers more connected car services and more in-car productivity.
Microsoft Update: Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform Is Coming Out
According to PC-Tablet, Microsoft is integrating its popular services such as Azure, Cortana, Office 365, Power BI, Skype and more. These additions will make Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform, a new cloud-based platform. This service will provide more in-car productivity and connected car services to customers. It will also bring the latest in-car technologies that can be integrated into automobile systems.
The new Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform allows users to use services such as Bing, Maps, Office 365 and Skype. This allows users to have more immersive connected car experiences. They can use Bing for search, location-based services, and hyper-local integration. They can also use Office 365 and Skype for information, calendaring and conferencing. They can also have a conversation with Microsoft Cortana that is powered by Artificial Intelligence and conduct in-car conferences. The new Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform also allows users to get the best out of machine learning (ML) technologies. These will help evaluate, analyze, measure and predict a wide range of car-related metrics.
Microsoft Update: New Platform Offers More Efficiency To Daily Lives
Peggy Johnson, Executive Vice President of Business Development at Microsoft, has said that Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform allows cars to become a hub of activity for daily life. It allows users to get more tasks done, save time and make life easier.
Microsoft Update: Microsoft Teams Up With Renault-Nissan And BMW
According to Forbes, Microsoft has already collaborated with Renault-Nissan and BMW. With this, Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform is coming to Nissan and BMW's upcoming connected cars. Carlos Ghosn, Nissan CEO, even announced during his CES keynote address that Nissan is continuing its partnership with Microsoft to build the next generation of connected cars. He even demonstrated how to use Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform at CES 2017.
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