OEMs today face significant challenges that restrict effective fleet analysis. Data is often siloed and held in several incompatible formats, meaning responding to software faults can be a costly and lengthy process.
To overcome this, Here have combined OTA technology with the HERE Open Location Platform. By closing this loop, Here provide a one-stop solution for data enrichment and analysis – and Here turn connected vehicle data into over-the-air updates.
Watch this webinar and learn how HERE enables:
• Early error detection and proactive remote maintenance of software and firmware
• Reduction of data management value chain complexity with its one-stop solution
• Effective fault response and real-time access to new products and services
Published By: BMC ESM
Published Date: Aug 20, 2009
BMC Service Automation automates repetitive, manual tasks (such as provisioning, patching and compliance) to reduce the margin for error, allowing IT to get things done more quickly, and across organizational silos. Software Consultant Ron Coleman provides a demonstration and discusses the key points of Service Automation from BMC Software.
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