GM plans to give developers access to vehicle data

Earlier this year, General Motors made a splash by revealing its plans to embed LTE chips into most of its automobiles beginning in 2015. But that appears to be just one part of GM's overall strategy to dominate the connected car space. In this GigaOM article, the company's developer ecosystem director, Nick Pudar, talks about GM's plans to expose engine and vehicle data to developers, allowing them to have access to the inner-workings of the car, much like a smartphone developer has access to the core features of an Android or iOS device. Article

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