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AT&T And Autonet Mobile To Team Up On New Connected Car Capabilities

AT&T And Autonet Mobile To Team Up On New Connected Car Capabilities

Automakers provide more control and insight to drivers with Autonet Mobile’s suite of services and features powered by AT&T’s 4G LTE Network.

AT&T and Autonet Mobile will make connected cars smarter and give car owners an added level of control. AT&T 4G LTE wirelessconnectivity will power Autonet integrated connected car services they provide to car makers, the companies said today.

Drivers use Autonet Mobile’s integrated telematics solution to control their connected cars remotely through an app on their smartphone. They can lock and unlock a vehicle remotely, manage teenage driving through parental controls, check car health reports to keep it in top shape, use in-car Wi-Fi and more. The benefits that Autonet Mobile offers to car makers are over-the-air updates and vehicle diagnostics. Autonet Mobile currently provides connected car services to Chrysler Fiat Automobiles, General Motors, Maserati, Subaru and other major auto brands.

Machine-to-Machine telematics“We can bring our powerful 4G LTE network to more drivers and a wide variety of vehicles. We’re excited to deliver a superior connected car experience for cars using Autonet Mobile telematics,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Internet of Things, AT&T Mobility.

“This collaboration will bring remote access, over-the-air software updates and in-car Wi-Fi to more car owners.”

“The pairing of AT&T and Autonet will drive new innovation based on the Autonet TRU Technology/App platform specifically designed for cars,” said Sterling Pratz, co-founder, Autonet Mobile. “Offerings such as automotive over-the-air updates will work well with the higher quality network that AT&T’s 4G LTE can provide.”

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