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Airbiquity announces membership of JASPAR to aid standardisation

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Bringing together nearly 200 manufacturers, suppliers, and developers across various industries, JASPAR works to identify and resolve common issues faced by the vehicle electronics sector and encourages the industry to adopt new automotive technology.
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Bringing together nearly 200 manufacturers, suppliers, and developers across various industries, JASPAR works to identify and resolve common issues faced by the vehicle electronics sector and encourages the industry to adopt new automotive technology.

By tapping into the proven technical capabilities of its members, which includes leading automakers and automotive suppliers, JASPAR explores critical new areas that will help promote and standardise connected vehicle technology. As a JASPAR member, Airbiquity will bring over 20 years of connected vehicle software development and technology integration expertise to one or more technical working groups.

"As a leader in automotive telematics software technology and cloud services, Airbiquity is well positioned to assist JASPAR in its mission to create automotive standards that power the future of connected vehicles," said John Tuttle, Airbiquity Vice President of Engineering. "Our team recognises the distinct importance and technical competencies of the Japanese automotive market and is pleased to lend our support to this important initiative."


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