The cost of connectivity: the veiled threat of smart features

Cars are far more than a mode of transport to get from point A to B – people now demand smart features on four wheels to make a personal and comfortable transition from their hyper connected homes and office buildings. They have come a long way since Henry Ford created the Model T, a car that famously put the world on wheels.

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Jeff Davis, Senior Director of IVY Ecosystems Business Development at BlackBerry.

It was the perfect solution to the growing need to move people across vast distances in early 20th century America, opening up a world of possibility. Technology has gone on to continuously rewrite the transport rulebook. From the development of electric vehicles (EV) to reduce emissions and the smart features within these vehicles to make roads safer, automakers and innovators continue to advance the frontiers of innovation in vehicles.

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