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Hitachi, Clarion Ink Connected Vehicle Partnership

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Hitachi Data Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, have inked a partnership with mobile electronics company Clarion, to jointly research and develop data-driven solutions for deployment in the next generation of Clarion in-vehicle connectivity products. The collaboration will give drivers and manufacturers usable insights that will lead to improved auto performance and safety, say the companies.

The collaboration aims to establish packaged solutions that obtain, correlate, and visualize onboard data (OBD) that will be available in nearly all automobiles. The companies expect to formulate new physical and virtual solutions that provide intelligent and enhanced onboard equipment, among other things.

[Image courtesy: Clarion]

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